We have been mastering fractions, decimals and percentages this week in maths. I’ve been very impressed with everybody’s achievements and perseverance. 2 house points to all who can post a different equivalent fraction, decimal and percentage to mine: 50% 0.5 1/2
In science we are learning about evolution and inheritance. Next week the children need a photograph of their family for science, which they can bring home after the lesson. Ideally the photograph will include parents and siblings but can also include grandparents too. Please can you ensure children bring a photograph to school by Tuesday.
Student of the week is Simra Ali for being a polite, hard working and conscientious member of the class who always sets a good example to others.
Dylan Bradley is in good work for producing an excellent graph on his laptop linking our RE unit of work with maths.
Well done to Ben Cook who is our student of the week for producing excellent work in all subjects ?
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Max Dale who is in good work for his excellent work on percentages in maths.?
This term we are learning about evolution and inheritance in science. Today we began the topic by looking at fossils and how they tell us about the past. After looking at some fossils the children made their own plant fossil moulds using modelling clay, shells and different leaves. They turned out really well.
Student of the week is Ellie Naylor for having a really positive start to the new term and producing excellent work.
Good work is Rubie McAllister for her fantastic work in English.
Mr Burrows, a part time teaching assistant here who also plays for Oldham R.U.F.C. has kindly volunteered to run an after school tag rugby club for Year Four, Five and Six pupils on Mondays, in our school hall starting from 16th January, 3.30 to 4.15 p.m. The club is free of charge.
Any parents who would like their child to join in should contact Mrs. Hodkinson on reception.