Year 1 children have been working double numbers and they also learnt about halves and what symmetry means.
Check their portraits, do they look symmetrycal? They all worked hard and did a wonderful job. Well done!!
Y6 have enjoyed reflecting on the use of mirrors in everyday life (get it?). We enjoyed some mirror writing followed by a role-play depicting how cars use wing-mirrors for safety.
Last week Friday was Martin Luther King’s birthday.
On Monday the whole school had an assembly to share their work about Martin Luther King Jr.
Nursery shared their fantastic experience learning about Martin Luther King.
Reception Class sang a catchy song.
Year 1 children shared facts they had learnt about Martin Luther King Jr.
Year 2 children created an outstanding piece of art of Martin Luther King using a Warlhol style called Pop Art.
Year 3 children shared some facts they had learnt .
Year 4 children shared what they would like to do to make this worl better, just what Martin Luther King wanted.
Year 5 children shared their own ” I have a dream” speech. Touching speeches.
Well done Our Lady’s children!
Last Friday Year 1 children walked to St Alphonsus Church to be part of Father Pat’s Mass service.
Y6 investigated how light travels in straight lines and the angle at which it reflects off a smooth mirrored surface.
Y6 continued to flex their mathematical muscles in 2016 by completing some challenging using and applying puzzles.
Y6 and Reception clearly have a special bond with their special friends. We had a lovely time going to church; Y6 pupils were so considerate and looked after their special friends brilliantly. It was a joy to behold!
Any festive indulgences has not dented Y6’s gymnastic skills…check out our counter balances and counter tensions using some equipment .