This week we have continued to learn about the Romans. We made our very own Roman shields which took quite a lot of hard work! We tried to create our shields so that they looked just liked the ones the Romans would have had. Once they had finished we went outside to attempt to create the 'Testudo' (tortoise) formation that the Romans were famous for. We did a great job!

In Maths this week we have been learning about different types of lines - vertical, horizontal, parallel, diagonal and perpendicular. We had fun on the infant playground trying to spot as many of these lines as we could.

In English we have finished our instructions and they are now edited. I am so impressed with the children's writing - they have worked very hard to use as many features of instruction writing as possible. If we ever cross a woolly mammoth; we will now know how to wash it!

In Science we have been looking at the eatwell plate this week and what foods we need to eat to have a balanced diet. Next week we will be making models of balanced meals.

We have also been practicing for Sports Day. Just a reminder that this is on the 5th July at 9.30am. Please come along to support the children.

This morning we all attended Mass for the solemnity of St Peter and St Paul. The children were beautifully behaved and I couldn't have been prouder of them.

Awards this week:

Maths: Audrey

No other awards have been given out this week due to our Mass this morning.

Have a lovely weekend and enjoy the weather!

Miss Heim-Sarac

AuthorCandice Heim-Sarac