Well done to the Y3/4 children who attended the World Cup themed football event today at the Nest.
We are using Anthony Browne’s Hansel and Gretel in English over the next few weeks. Today we finished reading the story and created text maps to help us recall some of the key parts. We are going to be working on writing our own fairytale based on this story.
We looked at how our bodies change as we get older. We created these top trump cards and compared how different things change.
As part of the whole school maths investigation, Year 3 explored different totals that 2 and 3 spotted ladybirds could make. The children showed amazing grit and determination skills and were all very successful.
We have been learning about forces in Year 3 and completed an experiment looking at different surfaces today.
Today EVERY child in Year 3 went home with an illustrated dictionary, kindly donated by the Rotary Club. As you can see from their faces the children were very happy and can’t wait to use them at home. A big thank you to the Rotary Club for organising this!
Year 3 had fun problem solving today. We applied all of the skills we had learnt so far this week.
This week, some of the girls’ in year 3/4 and 6 got to take part in a football competition. The girls’ played very well with the two teams scoring lots of goals and showing great teamwork. They all had a fantastic time and represented Queen’s Hill very well.
Today we hosted our very first whole-school workshare. Thank you to parents and carers for coming along and helping to celebrate all of our pupils’ amazing learning so far! We will be hosting a work-share towards the end of each half-term. We will keep everyone updated with future dates in our monthly school newsletter.
Look at the grit and determination we needed in maths today to complete this domino game!