In maths, we have been looking at percentages, decimals and fractions and how to convert them. We have solved word problems and completed some practical matching activities. We talked about the place value of a decimal number and how some fractions can be simplified but this does not change their decimal or percentage equivalent.
In our English lessons, we have been reading stories from other cultures and using these as a basis for writing our own cultural tales. we planned and wrote some short adventure stories! Some of us decided to write about ourselves and a real life friend going on an adventure whereas others decided to create their own characters and adventures. We tried our best to include some fronted adverbials, relative clauses and some powerful noun phrases.
In CCCS we have been learning about coastal change and how the weather and the sea has an impact on our coastline. We studied the different types of coastal locations and how erosion played a part in making them these shapes. As part of our activities, we identified the changes and discussed the advantages and disadvantages our lifestyles have an impact on the environment.
Our PESHR flutter was “I Know who I am.” We reflected on the term ‘identity’ and what it meant. We then contemplated on our futures and what we would like to achieve. Following this we created our own dream jars.