This morning, we had a special treat. Our grown ups were able to stay in the classroom a little longer than normal so that they could play games with us.
We were raising money to support the charity NSPCC. Click here to see more information about what the NSPCC does.
We had a brilliant morning. Thank you to our grown ups for staying and playing with us.
Miss Varley was so impressed by your writing this week. You have been able to include expanded noun phrases, commands and exclamation sentences as well as independently including contractions in your topic work!
We are so proud of our mathematician of the week. He has tried so hard when we have been learning about 2D and 3D shapes. He was able to talk about the properties of the shapes in terms of edges, vertices and faces and then sorted them all by himself! Fantastic effort!
To finish off what has been a very busy week, Friday 24th March was Red Nose Day.
We were helping to raise money for good causes around the UK and around the world to support adults and children who are less fortunate than we are.
Click here to learn about what where the money goes from Red Nose Day.
We even had a special themed snack – our favourites were strawberries and grapes!
We would like to say a massive thank you to all of the children and parents for sending your children to school and helping to raise lots of money for others.
Our RE topic has been ‘What is it like to be a Muslim in Sheffield?’ so to finish off the topic, we visited the Medina Mosque in Sheffield.
Although we had seen lots of pictures and photographs in the classroom, we were excited to see what it actually looked like for ourselves.
After we had taken our shoes off and placed them on the show rack, we were taken into a special room called The Wudu washing room. Muslims make sure that they are completely clean before they enter the prayer room as a sign of respect to Allah. We were shown how a Muslim follows the riutal of Wudu.
Next we were taken inside the prayer room of the Mosque and shown the different features of it. Muslims pray at different times of the day so we saw lots of clocks with different times to show when the next prayer time was.
We had a brilliant time at the Medina Mosque and we would like to say a very special thank you for showing us around. Thank you to our parent helpers to supporting us on the visit.
What a terrific transformation in your writing! You really deserve Superstar Writer this week.
We have been innovating a story to add in our own characters and you have been able to include expanded noun phrases, commands, questions and exclamation sentences in your writing. It was a pleasure to mark your book! Keep it up!
Our Mathematician of the Week has received this award this week for her constant perseverance and excellent effort in her maths this week.
We have been looking at reading, creating and interpreting picture graphs to help us to answer questions. Keep up the hard work!