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Our Topic for this half term is 'BOUNCE'. We will be investigating various different sports and thinking about the best ways to stay healthy. Here is our newsletter with more details. We hope you all enjoy having fun as you keep fit.
Today the BFGs have been learning how to find fractions of whole shapes and of numbers.....using chocolate!
We were asked one at a time to choose a group, knowing that we would share the chocolate with the rest of the children in that group. We realised that with more children in a group we would get less chocolate but the denominator of the written fraction increases. Luckily each group ended up equal so we all earned one 7th of a bar. We then had to calculate how many segments one 7th would be. The reward for our hard work was yummy!!
Here is the presentation from the meeting. If you have any further questions, please feel free to come and see me or your class teacher.
The BFG Class Topic for Spring Term 2 will be Scrumdiddlyumptious, where we will be exploring, cooking and experimenting with all sorts of tasty, weird and amazing foods. Please find attached the terms homework tasks. These should be returned to school no later than Monday 19th March for us to share them with the class. Children should complete the highlighted task plus at least one other from the list. Have fun! We can't wait to hear about what you get up to!
We have all had a brilliant day in York. We had lots of fun investigating the Castle Museum and finding out about how homes, toys, clothes and cities have changed over the years. The children all looked at home in the prison cell but decided they would not like to spend the night in there!
We walked across the city looking for interesting features like gargoyles and fascinating historical buildings. We even spotted the smallest window in York. At the Art Gallery we investigated city landscapes in different works of art and had a go at creating our own.
We have a very exciting topic lined up for this half term, including an adventure around York on 19th January. We will be looking at what makes our city great and how it has changed over the years as well as developing our skills in artwork and photography. Keep an eye on our blog for details about what we get up to!
I have attached our newsletter and homework. Please complete the highlighted task as well as one other activity and return your work/projects to school by 5th February at the latest. Above all, have fun being Urban Pioneers.
As we come to the end of our topic on Cold-Blooded Encounters, the BFGs have been thinking about the creatures we have met and discovered, and what makes them effective predators. We have taken pictures of ourselves and added parts of our favourite predators to make the ultimate apex predator. Visit us for our Golden Moment this Friday (8th December) and you will see some amazingly weird and wonderful creatures...such as an Alexodile, or a Joeagle.