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Maple Class have had a fantastic start to the second half of the Autumn Term!

 

In Science, we've been looking at materials and how they can change into different states of matter (liquid, solid and gas). We have tested which materials keep cold objects cold, which solids are soluble or insoluble and will be looking at reversible and irreversible changes to materials. 

 

In Theme we have been dectectives, looking at crime and punishment throughout the years. We have learnt that the Roman's used jury's and courts to resolve any punishment and crime issues, where as the Anglo-Saxons used compensation fines. We had a go at making some Roman Curse Tablets used when the jury and court proceedings took to long with clay. The children had some fantastic ideas of curses such as losing all their skill in football, or not being able to talk. 

 

In maths we are working on Multiplication, working on their times tables will be a huge benefit to them! 

 

In English last week, we planned, filmed and created a news screen report on Robin hood's escape from Sheriff of Nottinghams Castle. They all had a great time and it looks amazing!

 

Homework is still on Google Classroom on a Friday.

Reading books are checked on a Wednesday with the homework. Reading three or more times a week means an extra playtime. 

Attendance Cup and The Eco Award! Way to go Maple Class

Investigating Insulators

Welcome to Maple Class,

It has been a fantastic first few weeks back at school! The children have come back and started their new topic fantastically. The children are currently writing a report on the Viking Invasion. Ask them what their most surprising fact was! 

 

The children are currently practising their spellings three times a week and times tables daily.

 

Please remember to read 3 or more times a week with your children. Homework is given out on a Friday and due in on Wednesday. 

 

PE is on a Tuesday (Indoor) and Friday (Outdoor); please remember no earrings on PE days. 

 

Many Thanks,

Miss Sharrad

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