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Christ Church (Erith)

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March 2021

Welcome to our March blog!

We are so excited to share with you some of our learning since we have returned to school. We have enjoyed being together again and hope you enjoy looking through some of our work and pictures.




In English we have been looking at non-chronological reports and have been writing about dragons we have created. First, we started by looking at the features of non-chronological reports and annotated our model text. 



My sister very kindly drew us a dragon to help inspire us to think of our own. It is amazing!




Here are some examples of our final piece of writing. We are really proud of our writing and we have tried to be as creative as possible and include lots of interesting vocabulary and punctuation.




In maths we have covered lots of different topics. We have looked a lot at fractions and have a really secure understanding of fractions now!

We used this chart and sharing cubes to help us. We explored the importance of having equal groups.



This week we have been looking at mass and capacity. We had some fun practical lessons using scales to compare mass. We used technical vocabulary for shape and comparison of mass.




In science our topic is living things and their habitats. We have been mainly looking at microhabitats and exploring minibeast habitats. We went on a walk around the school looking at wildlife. We made a class tally chart with the things we found.

Here are some pictures! You'll have to look closely to see the minibeasts we found. 




In CCCS we have made our own dragons out of clay and painted these. I am so impressed with how they turned out. Have a look at some. 



We have really enjoyed being together in school again and hope that everyone has a lovely Easter break. 


Miss Griffiths :)