In class we are have been learning about micro-organisms. Mould is fungi and fungi is a micro-organism. On Wednesday 12th we prepared our science experiment - 'To explore the conditions that cause bread to turn mouldy'. Each of us made a prediction. We had to make three cheese sandwiches: 1 to go on the radiator, 1 to go in the cupboard and 1 to go in the fridge. After half term we are going to have a look at them. The classroom will probably stink and make us hold our noses. Nothing will prepare us for the smell. If we stink of mould then it is the experiment. Just warning you!
Parents: Have a look at the music and sports blog as there is information about La Fille Mal Gardee. The sports blog has exciting information about the girls football and boys football tournaments. Don't forget that if your child wants to attend the Belchamps residential trip, then come Thursday the deposit of £50 should be handed to your child's class teacher accompanying the signed permission slip. DO NOT FORGET!
Sorry, the blog wasn't done on Friday. We were having too much fun making information posters on WW2 about Anne Frank, Battle of Britain, Women in WW2 and Preparing for war in England.
Last week was assessment week, so every day we were doing past SATs papers. It was quite difficult, we hope everyone did well!
The assessments we did were:
Maths test 1
Maths test 2
Usual spelling test.
As there were a lot of people out on Friday afternoon (boys football team and singing squad!), the rest of us worked in groups to make information projects. We researched a different topic and each member of the group had an important role - we were both team leaders! Although we haven't quite finished them, these are the posters so far:
By William and Jessica H