This term we will be continuing our Roman learning journey - Lullingstone Villa here we come!
In Science we will be looking at animals & what they need to survive in different environments.
In English we will be studying persuasive language & how it is used. As the weather changes we will also be thinking about “the season to be jolly & joyous” (to quote the Muppets - falala)!
In Maths we will be exploring fractions & how they relate to multiplication & division. We will also look at addition & subtraction, & deepening our knowledge of place value to help. We will be using number lines to compare numbers & find the difference. We will also be looking at using units of length & capacity.
In P.E. we will be applying our knowledge of the Romans & developing different dances to represent this.
I visited Lullingstone on a school trip from Kemsing Primary School on the 30th October.
It was very interesting. There was quite a lot of information and they discovered quite a lot of stuff. The shop had some Roman outfits, weapons and gifts.
The film took 3 minutes to start. You have to stand up and the screen is too small. So they could make it a bit bigger. Also it did not have any information on how they lived, so they could add a bit more information. There were 40 dropped pencils in the house!
My best bit:
I really liked the statues because they were carved really well. The games were really hard to play. The clothes were really itchy. Some were hooded.
Thursday 15th November was Steve Irwin day. We had a great idea for what we could do for next year’s Steve Irwin day. Can we persuade Mr Kilbride though?
We have been looking at different ways to persuade people. The children were challenged to come up with a product & an advert for it. Here they are: