This week it’s National Science Week and we are celebrating this with a Science investigation. Every year group will produce their work on a display board, which looks like the photo below and next week there will be an opportunity for us to go to the hall and see what every class has investigated!
Our theme for Science week is Camouflage. Read through the links on the blog to revise what this means and feel free to listen to Miss Griffiths’ favorite song on adaptation!
We are currently in the middle of Fairtrade fortnight and this week we will be doing some persuasive writing about this topic!
Here are some links to websites that tell you a little more about what Fairtrade is about. Make a presentation to inform others about Fairtrade and let them know why it is so important!
We’re having lots of fun carrying out or No Pen Day investigation!
They have been given a clock where the numbers have all been mixed up and in their pairs they must work through a set of clues to find out where each number goes!
For all those in my maths class!
I have registered us on to a website where you can practice and revisit all of the maths topics we are learning this year. You just need to visit https://diagnosticquestions.com and log in using our class access code. Come and see me if you’d like the code!
Here are some links that will help you with your research for your newspaper report!
Read carefully about the process – what happens before, during and after a transplant?
Link 4 – Cora’s story
Here is a link to the Wikipedia description of ‘Pig Heart Boy’. It will give you some information about Cameron’s full name and age, which will be useful for your opening paragraph on the 5ws.
On Monday, we will be learning a little more about the different types of blood, the importance of giving blood and about transfusions. These are some of the links you will need for the lesson:
Link 1 (scroll down to ‘blood groups’)
Link 3 (see subheading ‘Blood Types’ and ‘Blood Transfusions’)