Headteacher: Mrs Lois Haydon

Phone: 01454 866525

Email: thetynings@sgmail.org.uk

Address:
Eastleigh Close, Staple Hill, Bristol, South Gloucestershire BS16 4SG

Kingfishers

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Term 4 Weekly Objectives

25.2.19

In English, we will immerse ourselves in our new non-fiction book on Ancient Egypt. We will create art work looking out a window onto the landscape of Ancient Egypt.

In Maths, we will be converting fractions more than 1 and adding and subtracting fractions

In Topic, we will be writing a recount from our trip to Bristol Museum

4/3/19

In English, we will be looking at cohesion (use of pronouns) to make our reports flow better.

In Maths, we will be adding and subtracting fractions

In Topic, we will be reviewing our tomatoes mummification and using maps to locate Egypt. We will also be answering the question – why was the River Nile so important?

11.3.19

In English, we will be planning our non-chronological report ensuring we have included the organisational and language features learnt this term.

In Maths, we will be recognising tenths and hundredths and tenths as decimals.

In Topic, we will be writing messages using hieroglyphics

18.3.19

In English, we will be planning and writing our non-chronological reports answering the question: ‘What is life like in Ancient Egypt?’

In Maths, we will be plotting tenths and hundredths on a number line as well as dividing a one-digit and a two-digit number by ten.

In Topic, we will be finding out about Egyptian Gods and Godesses

25.4.19

In English, we will complete, edit and revise our non-chronological reports 

In Maths, we will be dividing a 1 digit and a 2 digit number by ten.

In Topic, we will be rehearsing our spring concert 

Mummification

We learnt about another aspect of Ancient Egyptian life this week – mummification. We found out about the process by mummifying tomatoes – a messy but very fun activity. We have made predictions about what we think will happen after two weeks to the tomatoes.

Pyramid homework:

This week, children brought in and presented to the class their fantastic pyramids they had made for homework. We were treated to a wide variety: lego, wooden, craft, edible (very tasty!), cardboard and even a film trailer. WOW! Well done Kingfisher Class!

WOW event to kick-start our Egyptian topic: making scarab beetles out of clay and taking part in an Egyptian dig.

Investigating door handles in preparation for writing own explanation texts.

We are Kingfisher Class

Take a look at some of our work and sometimes us in the classroom. You are always welcome to come into school and take a closer look. You can see from the displays in our classrooms the variety of topics we cover. As the year progresses, the displays change. By July, you will be able to see the whole range of subjects we have covered. Our Working walls help us learn – the content builds as the term progresses.