Today, we have been looking at different types of angles in our playground. We saw right angles, obtuse angles and acute angles. A right angle is when 2 straight lines meet at 90°. We used the corner of our books to check if an angle was a right angle or not. An acute is less than 90°. An obtuse angle is more than 90° but less 180°.
Can you spot the different angles in our pictures? We found lots!
I’m pleased to announce that as a school we now have access to a wonderful language resource called Linguascope which I’m beginning to use in school.
If you would like your child to access this resource at home to consolidate their language learning please contact me for website and login details for the Linguascope website.
Year 3 topics
All about me, age, months of the year, birthdays, colours, pets, classroom instructions, numbers 1-20, school equipment
Year 4 topics
Autumn term- Where we live, describing houses, bedrooms, in town, at a café
Year 5 topics
Autumn term – Clothes and revision of colours, time, daily routine, household chores
Year 6 topics
Autumn term – Coastal features, research of French coastlines, activities at the coast, describe a coastal holiday in the past tense
On Monday the 30th of November Years 3 and 4 went to the Safety Centre in Milton Keynes to learn about potential dangers, how to avoid them and what to do in emergency situations.
We were taken around the centre and had the chance to explore 12 different scenarios. These ranged from everyday hazards at home to the dangers of railway lines and electricity substations.
We learnt just how dangerous railway lines are and why you should stay well back from the platform edge.
How to shop sensibly and safely.
We looked at the importance of road safety. Being seen and seeing what is around you.
Building sites are full of hazards. If you are ever invited on to one, make sure you are wearing the correct protective clothing.
Every child had the opportunity to make a 999 emergency call. We had to ask what service we needed and tell the person clearly what had happened and exactly where we were.
Even with all these dangers out there, the most common place to have an accident is in your home. We looked at all the potentially hazardous things in our homes too.
We learnt about the damage that fire can cause. How quickly it can spread and what to do in an emergency.
Get out. Call the fire brigade out. Stay out.
Make sure drivers have seen you before you step onto the crossing!
Would you go down this dark alley way?
We learnt how to put people in the recovery position to keep them comfortable and stop them from choking while help arrives.
Be smart. Be safe.
Extreme environments at the ends of the earth.
The coldest ever recorded temperature in Antarctica was -94.7 °C
More amazing models showing destruction caused by earthquakes and tornadoes.
Can you imagine experiencing an earthquake or being caught in a tornado?
All of the Home Learning models that have come in so far have been fantastic.
We have had various explosions and eruptions taking place from a diverse range of volcanoes
Some were more destructive than others and needed to be demonstrated outside of our new classroom. Shooting molten rock, bubbling lava, gases and ash clouds into the air.
In science we have been exploring the 3 different states of materials.
Water exists quite commonly in all 3 states – ice, water and water vapour
We predicted what would happen to the state, the shape, the colour and the temperature of ice if coloured ice cubes were left in a cup at room temperature.