Monday, 30 September 2019

School Magic - Road Safety

The children from Year 3 and 4 were lucky enough to have a very special magic show last week. It was a fun and interactive show that taught them all about road safety.

The children were shocked to hear that 2064 children were involved in road accidents in London alone last year,  as the children reflected on this they were educated on how to remain safe.  One of the key messages was where your helmet when riding your scooter or bike!

A number of the children had the opportunity to take part in the show. Callie helped the magician and talked about the need for the Lolly-pop lady and how she helps us cross the road.




Year 3 - Spellings 30.9.19



A
B
C
D
gladder
gladder
gladder
king
wetter
wetter
wetter
sing
madder
madder
madder
ding
hotter
hotter
hotter
thing
slimmer
slimmer
slimmer
was
gladest
gladest
were

wettest
wettest
where

maddest
maddest
went

hottest
hottest
was

slimmest 
slimmest 
which

civilisation
civilisation


ancient
ancient


slave
slave


sphinx
were


paragraph
would


final
where


fabulous
was


opinions
where


formal
why


facts
which


Year 4 Spellings 30/9/19



A
B
C
technology
technology
emotion
chaos
chaos
station
chemist
chemist
nation
chemistry
those
relation
chorus
chorus
lotion
mechanic
however
motion
orchestra
Christmas
creation
technical
little
operation
monarch
character
education
scheme
school
formation
exclaimed
exclaimed

oesophagus 
oesophagus 

announced
announced

realised
realised

enzymes
enzymes

requested
requested

Digestive 
Digestive 

Stomach 
Stomach 

Intestine 
Intestine 

Saliva 
Saliva 

Saturday, 28 September 2019

Friday, 27 September 2019

Year 4 Certificates 27/9/19

Rock Star: Kanishka

Headliner: Malachi

Reciprocity: Leah & Nela. Lilly-Anne & Andrew

Resourceful: Mitchell, Bella

Presentation: Jersey





Tuesday, 24 September 2019

Year 3 become 'Nutrient Investigators!'

The Year 3’s became nutrient investigators this week following on from their lessons on food groups and nutrients in Science. Firstly we looked at a food label, and the meanings of the different colours on the front. After listening, Layla said 'if we eat food with red colours on the label, is it okay?' and we discussed eating them as part of a balanced diet.

On their tables children were given different food packaging and asked to take a look at the nutrients inside each item using the food labels. Some of the children were very surprised to find out how much sugar was in their favourite foods! After this, the children chose a particular nutrient and ordered the packaging they had from smallest amount to the biggest. Miss Betty was very impressed with the children’s resourcefulness skills as they worked together to compare the different nutrients.

We are hoping that after the children's first two Science lessons on food groups and nutrients, they will use what they learnt to help them make some healthy pizzas on their school trip to MOD.

Has your child done any further investigating at home? Or have they told you what any of the nutrients are? Comment their findings!


Year 3 - MOD Pizza Trip



Dear Parent/Carer
Dear Parents and Carers, We are delighted to inform you that the first educational visit for year 3 has been booked for the next few weeks where the children will be visiting the new MOD Pizza restaurant in Romford to take part in their pizza school initiative programme. The children will be in for a morning full of fun and education around all of the ingredients used to make the pizzas and salads. At the end of the session, each child will get to create their very own pizza and have a free lunch in the restaurant! If your child does not like pizza, please provide them with a packed lunch. Each class will be attending on a different day; Elm Class: Thursday 3rd October Cedar Class: Thursday 10th October Cherry Class: Thursday 17th October For this trip we will be travelling by bus to the restaurant in Romford. Children need to arrive in the morning promptly for 8.30am as we will be leaving at 8.55am. We will have returned by 1pm. Please fill in the attached form and return to your child’s class teacher as soon as possible. If your child has any specific dietary requirements, please could you advise the class teacher. Yours sincerely, Miss Taylor Year 3 Lead

           

Year 3 Spellings - 23.09.19



A
B
C
D
happier
happier
came
car
sillier
sillier
come
far
funnier
funnier
could
bar
wiser
wiser
can’t
tar
nicer
nicer
called
the
happiest
happiest
nicest

silliest
silliest
finest

funniest
funniest
wisest

wisest
wisest
widest

nicest
nicest
happiest

History
History


Egypt
Egypt


pyramid
pyramid


treasure
treasure


buried
buried


tomb
tomb


Egyptian
you


mythical
your


mummified
then


belongings
they