In Class 3 this term...
The children have been learning online about day and night, and the orbits of the earth and moon (among other information):
The science topic 'Earth and space' was preceded by this booklet:
The children have shown their understanding of 2-D and 3-D shapes by answering questions from these booklets:
This task helps to teach the difference between active and passive sentences:
This task, as well as teaching the use of the active and passive, requires that children use the correct tense:
These resources supported the children with their work:
The children have measured, drawn and calculated angles in response to questions within these booklets:
The children have learned about 'Area & Perimeter' from these resources...
...and worked on the following questions:
Children considered how to solve the following problem:
The children read the beginning to a detective story that they will finish:
The children read this story in preparation for their own writing:
They used the following prompt sheets to plan how the story would continue:
Two characters were created that will in feature in children's stories:
The children have these checklists to help them to achieve a range of writing objectives:
Children have been recording information from food labels on the following sheets...
...and made some light-hearted comparisons regarding their own diets:
The children have used this checklist to self-mark their writing:
Some children have used this template to re-tell the most exciting part of the story:
Children have used these templates to make notes that help them to re-tell one of the following two stories from the Jewish religion:
Year 6 are working on these questions on 'Time':
Year 5 are using the following resources to demonstrate their ability to tell the time:
Year 5 have read this story as part of a comprehension exercise:
Year 6 are working on these questions on percentages:
Mastery and Brilliance spelling groups have been using a dictionary to check the spelling and meaning of words:
The children answered these questions about pulse-rate...
...and they also interpreted these graphs:
This is the mark scheme for the final question: