P6a Learning Log, 29th September 2017

Blog by Kieran, Ellie C., Sam and Cameron

This week in P6a we have been very busy.

PE – we started fitness this week. We were jumping onto the blocks at one of the stations. It was more of a challenge to do it without using your hands. We got quite sweaty because we were working so hard. The amount of stamina people have built up is pretty impressive.
Maths – people have been focused and taking their work seriously. Multiplying and dividing by a 100 and a 1000 has been a challenge and the rocket challenges are good. Continuing with money and making Tesco receipts has been really fun.
Reading – getting a new reading book has been good and we can’t wait to read them. Our class novel Wonder is a really good book. It’s annoying when we finish on a cliffhanger!
IDL – learning about earthquakes was good. We carried out an earthquake drill and had to go under the tables. We found it fun to do but in other parts of the world this is their daily life and drills are important.

P3b Learning Log 25.09.17-29.09.17

What is going well?

I learned about odd and even numbers this week. –Julia

I made a Christmas card using a cotton bud to make dots. –Polly

I have learned about adjectives in literacy. –Brandyn

I have learned about symmetry and we drew symmetrical pictures with chalk–Victor

I learned about using adjectives to describe a character. -Severijus


What could be better?

I would like to learn more tricky words. –Bailey G

Next week I would like to do make another Christmas card-I would like to make a snow dog.  –Elza

Next week I would like to learn about how the Titanic was built. –Maya

I would like to do more symmetry next week. –Daisy

Next would I like to learn more about odd and even numbers. -Weronika

P3a Learning Log 29th September 

This week in topic we’ve been writing facts about the Titanic. The captain was called Edward Smith.

In maths we have started learning about symmetry. We used chalk outside for symmetrical pictures. It was fun and we did well.

In  literacy we have been doing a new block, block eight. We are learning to drop the e and add -ing.

In art we have been making snowman Christmas cards with cottonbuds.

We need to get better at counting in threes and fours.

Florence and Amy

Florence and Amy working on their Titanic facts
Maths games
Robyn made this model at home.
Hard at work in P.E.
Do you like our Christmas card designs?

P3a Learning Log 22nd September 

This week in maths we’ve been counting forward and back in 3s and 5s. We’ve also been adding and subtracting 10. The squares group have been adding two 2 digit numbers. We need to remember our number bonds to 10 and 20.

In literacy we’ve had reading assessments and we’re learning to use more adjectives to make our sentences more interesting.

In science we’re learning about magnets and the materials which are magnetic and non-magnetic.

We really like learning about the Titanic. This week we’ve been looking at the differences between the first class and third class cabins. First class cabins were very posh and had chandeliers.

Making colour patterns in maths
‘Picture It’ with Bogis, Bunce and Bean.
Parsnips from the P3 garden
Homework presentations
Homework presentations
Learning to play the guitar in music

Learning Log – Ella & Cole P7b

This week we learned how to use Powerpoint. We used our imagination to create a powerpoint based on our class novel Holes by Louis Sachar. We give it a 5/5.

This we learned about new kinds of shapes. We found it a bit difficult because we did not understand some of the words like ‘arrowhead’.

This week we enjoyed art, we made Christmas cards. Ella’s one had ‘nollaig Chirdheil’, that’s Merry Christmas is Gaelic. Cole’s one had snowmen on it. We give it 1000000/5.

Our targets are to try not to get distracted in class and to always try our best!

By Ella & Cole

P6a Learning Log, 15th September 2017

What is going well in P6a?

Art – making the indian elephant rugs. Everybody made intricate patterns using line and colour. (Maisie)

RME – it was fun to find out different things we’ve not learnt before and it was fun to find out about the Five Pillars of Islam. (Paige)

Adverbs – I liked teaming up with my partner as we were both finding out different things and changing the adverbs and verbs in sentences. (Mia) We watched a powerpoint on the smartboard and had to complete different questions from it with our partners. (Paige)

Maths – subtracting numbers was good. We used number lines and drew our own number lines. (Claire) When we learning about money and budgets we made our own menus with a partner and we planned a meal. We had to find out the prices of the ingredients on the Tesco website and then total the costs and see what changes we had. We had £10 to feed 4 people. (Paige/Mia) My group had a menu card for a cafe and we had to add up what we would order for £5. Then we had £10 to order food for a friend as well, for 2 people. (Maisie)

Natural Disasters – it was good to work with different people. It was fun to do research and taking note to find out new things. Claire was good at finding facts and reading them out from her book. (Claire)