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Week commencing 16th April 2018

Class 3 Leopards
For week beginning: 15th April 2018

Events this week:

Wednesday: Parent information sessions - please come along at 3:30 or 4:00 to find out about what we're learning this term. If you can't come along, please check the 'leopards' class page for much of the information for the term.




This week, we will be learning how to

read and interpret bar graphs

work out what 'numerator' and 'denominator' mean

find equivalent fractions


This week we will be learning:

apostrophes for contraction (can't don't you'll etc.)

and completing our first round of our class spelling bee.

Words with the /k/ sound spelt 'ch'


We will be learning about Pentacost, including thinking about what makes a good leader, and what the 'Kingdom of God' is. 


This term we will be creating our own games, and doing cricket


Homework: Given out on Wednesday 18th April, returned Monday 23rd April:  

Maths:  Section 2,  Test 9

Topic: We have been looking at adaptation in animals this week. Your challenge is to create your own animal that has adaptations to its habitat. Think about how it moves, and feeds and how it has adapted to its habitat and potential predators.

Spellings: Week 9 list.


We will be using pencils to sketch self-portraits, we will compare these with how Ancient Egyptians drew themselves.


We will be reading a French version of the story 'Little Red Riding Hood' and children will be finding the French 'on' sound in the story.


We will be learning the song 'Bringing us together'


This week, we'll be discovering facts about the Ancient Egyptians and understanding a timeline of the main events of the period.


We will be practicing our typing skills, and creating a script for an advert for a radio broadcast.


This week we will be learning about the genre of 'Myths'

We will read the Egyptian creation myth and the myth of Osiris and Isis.

We will extend sentences uising the conjunctions whe, if, because, although and begin to look at fronted adverbials.

Children will plan their own myth

Children will orally re-tell their myth

Children will write their myth and read it aloud.