It has been another busy week of learning and the children have really been engaged with their learning on deforestation and it's impact on the natural environment. In Literacy we have been learning about writing in a consistent tense, and using persuasive language to allow us to write a letter to the Australian Prime minister to urge him to stop the deforestation of the Dainstree Forest.
In Maths we have all been looking at the recall of our multiplication tables and how we can use this to find the inverse to help us with division. Year 3 have been looking at their 4 and 8 times table, while Year 4 have focused on the 7 and 9 times tables.
In Science, we looked at different ways to classify animals using our own groups, and created our own branching classification key to sort animals into defined groups. In our Geography, we have been looking at biome and vegetation belts, and describing the climate of the different biomes in our world.
Thank you for all the donations for Children in Need this Friday, we cannot wait to see how much has been raised for such a worthy charity.
Have a lovely weekend,
Mr Saunders, Miss Churchill, Miss Rackley, Mrs Relf and Mrs Mallon