Oak class spent this afternoon connecting circuits and using the electronic equipment. First they had to predict if a circuit diagram was complete. Then they tested their answered to see if they were right. There were some excellent examples of team work.
Oak class have applied their pop art knowledge to create seasonal images for their calendars. They have repeated a pattern using contrasting colours. Here is a sneaky peek at some of the sections. Watch out four a finished calendar in a home near you soon….
Can you guess the season?
On Friday afternoon, Oak Class participated in the hour of code. They used the Minecraft software to investigate coding language, use repeat loops and collect the treasure. All persevered and some succeeded in completing the challenge.
Wow! 61 books from the reception classes! Great start! Please keep bringing in your books for credit for news ones in our first book exchange session!
Don’t forget about our book swap! Bring in your old books for credit when our swap sessions start in the new year!
In Geography, Year four are learning about the UK. They duscussed the idea of steroetypes and how different people have different ideas about the same country. The children brainstormed words to do with the UK and in our computing session, they put them into a wordle.
A very close match with fabulous football on both teams. The ball was up and down the pitch with both goalies making great saves.
1 – 1 draw against Divine Saviour.
Just St.Paul’s next Tuesday ….. watch this space !
Last night, 21 nervous Y4s went to Rickmansworth School to take part in a Dance Festival with more than 10 other schools from the local area. Our dance theme was ‘A night at the Circus’.
Can you spot what acts we had?