- Wednesday 28th November – Mandarin Consultations (previously 21st November)
- Thursday 30th November – Year 3 Pitch & Y1 – 3 PTA disco (3:15pm – 4:30pm)
- Thursday 7th December – Year 3 Pitch
- Thursday 14th December – Christmas Concert (7:00pm – 8:30pm)
60s Dress Up Day & Disco
Thursday 30th November for Years 1-3
To continue our BHS 50th Anniversary celebrations, we will have a 60’s themed dress up day next week. Children can dress up in 60’s style for school and then be ‘Disco ready’. All children should come dressed up even if they are not attending the disco after school. The fashion trend in the 1960’s was varied; hippy style, swing dresses, twin sets and more!
SUNSHINE ACTION FUND RAISING
To help our students with the food parcels we need parent volunteers, approximately 30. These parents will be working with groups of students to help them make the food parcels. If you are interested please click here.
In Maths the children continued with their learning of pattern and function. They have also begun our new unit on fractions which they have completed a pre-assessment for. 3S were lucky enough to have a fractions lesson with Professor Peter Sullivan.
In English and Information Literacy the students have been working with Ms Jeves to determine what is important within a text. We have also looked at the features of our new text type; explanations.
The interaction between body systems helps us to keep healthy and survive.
- How the body systems work (function)
- Interdependence and independence between the body systems (connection)
- Impact of lifestyle choices on the body systems (responsibility)
Next week the children will be looking at developing their knowledge of how the circulatory, respiratory and nervous system work. As well as continuing their work with Ms Jeves on the digestive system.
Fractions are ways of representing parts of a whole
We will be inquiring into
- Fractions of shapes
- Fractions of amounts
- Making and comparing simple fractions
Next week the children will continue their problem solving through a sequence of lessons recommended by Professor Peter Sullivan.
Mathletics passwords are in your child’s diary. Please make sure that an adult supports your child when working through the activities.