Tommy, Sribhav, Oliwier and Kane, in Year 3, planned, designed and made a switch.
Justin, in Year 4, wrote a report which investigated how the Anglo-Saxons ended.
Tyler, in Year 4, wrote a report about the Anglo-Saxons.
Nicola and Terry, in Year 3, wrote an explanation about how shadows are formed.
Mufaddal and Sribhav, in Year 3, wrote a recount about the journey of the River Thames, from the source to the mouth.
Alfie, in Year 3, discovered a way of creating light using a potato for his half term homework.
Rosie, in Year 4, created her own light source.
Apoorv. in Year 5, wrote a compelling and balanced argument about children's homework.
Rebecca, in Year 5, wrote an engaging fictional narrative about a trip into space.
Prathoshan and Amelia, in Year 5, wrote excellent big writes detailing the plight of a homeless family in Victorian London.
Petko, Bernice, Amelia and Yammi, in Year 5, have done some amazing work in relation to Roman numerals this week.
Yasmin, in Year 4, wrote an outstanding story; using detail to engage the reader.
Oliwier, in Year 3, decided what a healthy plate would look like.
Kai, in Year 3, investigated Roman Numerals.
Kimall, in Year 3, wrote a newspaper report about the disappearance of a boy.
Mayar, in Year 2, is able to tell the time to the hour and half past the hour.
Hetty-Grace, in Year 2, was able to identify the aspects of a mountain and explain how mountains and rivers are connected.
Jesse-James, in Year 2, wrote a biography about Nelson Mandela and how he has impacted our lives today.
Aatheshan, in Year 2, was able to use different coins to make a certain amount.
Matthew and Willow, in Year 2, studied the life of Nelson Mandela and wrote a biography about his life, focusing on the key events.
Nicole, in Year 5, demonstrated her understanding of world maps.
Rebecca, in Year 5, demonstrated her understanding of the Lunar cycle.
Olivia, in Year 1, was able to explain the differences between wild and garden plants using scientific vocabulary.
Leanne, in Year 5, wrote an amazing report on the cycles and movement of the moon.
Hafsa, in Year 5, created an insightful text into Edward the Confessor's life.
Krystal, in Year 3, wrote a newspaper report about the day after the Romans took over Britain.
Sribhav, in Year 3, wrote about the purpose of the skeletion.
Ella, in Year 3, created a news paper article describing about the day after the Romans took over Britain.
Micaela, in Year 3, was learning about the skeleton and the purpose of it.
Ellie, in Year 1, explored how rivers can be formed from the sea. So she discussed this with her partner and added this to her dialogue.
Maisie, in Year 1, used her knowledge of the seasons and it's links with weather to further explain how trees change throughout the year.
Rayah, in Year 4, grouped different animals. She then looked at the process of a food chain.
Anin Dita, in Year 4, investigated the reasons for Immigration.
Sarim, in Year 6, used his knowledge and understanding of pictograms to solve word problems.
Lily-Anna, in Year 6, has written an excellent discussion text about animal experimentation; she used subjunctive mood efficiently to maintain formality.
Melanie, in Year 6, has written a fantastic contemporary story based on the POR book 'Pig Heart Boy'.
Martina, in Year 5, was able to show her understanding of rounding decimals to the nearest whole number and to one decimal place.
Dean, Leanne and Nikola, in Year 5, wrote an outstanding report about plant reproduction.
Nikola, in Year 5, grasped the concept of decimal rounding very quickly and was able to translate her understanding of this to other areas of Numeracy.
Nana and Ayushma, in Year 6, produced amazing work showing the Multistructural ideas to understand how animals transport nutrients and water within their bodies.
Phoebe, in Year 4, compared decimals up to 2-decimal places.
Samad and Sarah, in Year 4, wrote outstanding poems. They used expanded noun phrases and personification to bring their poem to life, and to keep the reader engaged.
Zubair, in Year 2, wrote a diary entry all about Neil Armstrong and his journey to the moon.
Inayah, in Year 1, was able to explain what she found out in Science and use adjectives to describe the different tastes.
Olivia, in Year 1, was able to use her knowledge of addition to solve missing number sentences. She was able to explain her working out by using the inverse method.
Rickh and Kofi, in Year 2, wrote a diary entry from the perspective of Neil Armstrong, describing the historic mission to the moon.
Lenya, in Year 2, has been learning about fractions of shapes. She used different colouring pencils to colour in fractions of different shapes and then used the red pen to discuss our understanding of fractions.
Kim, in Year 6, has worked hard on ratios this week - she was able to explain the link between ratio and fractions, and use her multi-structural knowledge to solve problems involving ratio.
Sarim, in Year 6, has written a contemporary narrative about Cameron's betrayal from our Power of Reading book 'Pig-Heart Boy'.
Edward, in Year 6, has written a fantastic report about the digestive system including colons and semi-colons to link clauses.
Billy, in Year 1, was able to understand who Florence Nightingale was and her role as a nurse.
Ananya, in Year 1, wrote a fantastic story opening using story language to vary her sentences.
Ria, in Year 6, wrote a fantastic discussion about the evacuation of children during the WW2.
Yasmin, in Year 4, investigated the weather conditions in two climates and how this affected the Water Cycle.
Emily, in Year 4, investigated how sound is made.
Matthew, in Year 2, explored the features of narrative writing and identified each of these features in our Power of Reading book, Claude in the City.
Lenya, In Year 2, identified the properties of different materials and why some objects cannot be made from certain materials.
Zinedine, in Year 2, used arrays to solve simple multiplication problems.
Tanyan in Year 2, was able to identify the key features of a narrative.
An-Chen, in Year 2, was able to use her repeated addition and multiplication skills effectively.
Dominik, in Year 2, was able to clearly identify the properties of a material.
Kian, in Year 1, was able to identify a reptile and compare them to amphibians.
Adokshaja, in Year 1, was able to identify a reptile and describe its features.
Matthew and Lauren in Year 6, used their scientific skills to investigate how the addition of different components impact on the effectiveness of a series circuit.
Inspired by the Year 6 POR book, Good Night Mr. Tom, Lexia wrote an excellent historical narrative about the evacuation of children during WW2.
In Year 6, Chen, Aminah, Lila and Jomima used a variety of features, including expanded noun phrases, in their writing to enhance the reader's understanding.
Harish, Wiktoria and Roje, in Year 6, have shown depth in their knowledge and understanding of fractions; they successfully found a fraction of an amount.
Kimberley and Aarush, in Year 6, wrote excellent newspaper reports announcing the start of WW2.
Liam, in Year 4, wrote an engaging non-chronological report about the Ancient Greek Gods and Goddesses.
Rosie, in Year 4, has been confiently rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.
Anin Dita, in Year 4, has been comparing the characteristics of the Ancient Greek soldier to a Barbarian Soldier.
Zara, in Year 3, has written an excellent opening, retelling a short film- taking flight- using lots of brilliant adverbs.
Saanvi, in Year 3, has shown excellent reasoning and explaining skills in regards to column subtraction.
Terry, in Year 3, has partitioned his numbers for column subtraction.
Pola, in Year 3, can partition numbers in order to add and can start to use the inverse to check her answers are correct.
Edward, in Year 3, has been able to round numbers to the nearest 10. He has used investigations to deepen his understanding and has edited his answers and ideas to prove this.
Julia, in Year 3, has demonstrated she can confidently use adverbs. She has shown depth and understanding in her learning.
Carla, in Year 3, used atlases and maps to locate and compare between active or extinct volcanoes in relation to the tectonic plates and their movement.
Elena, in Year 3, has demonstrated she can carry out a fair test and record results in a table and explain what she has found.
Wiktoria, in Year 6, wrote an excellent non-chronological report about The French Revolution.
Martyna, in Year 6, was able to calculate subtraction problems in a real world context.
Lexia in Year 6 constructed a timeline based on the French Revolution and divised her own word problems.
Yefa and Aarush in Year 6, wrote excellent first person narratives based on their POR book Roof toppers.
Taffarigh and Thisumi, in Year 4, wrote excellent Ancient Greek Myths.
Rosie, in Year 4, has successfully rounded numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.
Yasmeen, in Year 5, has investigated how to add numbers with 4 digits.
Shiloh, in Year 5, has investigated the effect that gravity has on falling objects. She has measured the Newtons of force that pull objects towards the Earth.
Katelyn, in Year 5, has developed her understanding of how numbers up to 4 digits are added.
Amelia, in Year 5, has produced two wonderful paragraphs in Literacy about the mythical character Prometheus.
Shasmeen, in Year 5, has shown an excellent understanding of the force of gravity and has explained in detail how it can be observed.
Evie, in Year 3, has investigated place value up to 1000.
Saanvi, in Year 3, has written about the different parts of a volcano. She has used time adverbials to describe the order in which they erupt.
Ilisha, in Year 1, researched the ancient Olympics and answer questions about this important event in history.
In Literacy, Casey from Year 1, was able to write a character description using adjectives to describe an important character from the class's Power of Reading book.
Oby, in Year 1, was able to find one more and one less of single and double digit numbers.
Adam, in Year 1, wrote captions correctly for images of Ambrose from his Power of Reading story, whilst also using finger spaces, capital letters and full stops.
Jomima, in Year 6, wrote an excellent non-chronological report about evolution and fossils.
Matthew, in Year 6, explained how and why evolution occurs.
Zeina, in Year 2, was able to identify whether an object was living, dead or had never lived.
Dominik, in Year 2, was able to order numbers from smallest to largest on a blank number line using his knowledge of place value.
Year 6 has been looking at Place Value - using their skills to order numbers. Well done Ayesha, Connor, Harish, Jonathan, Michal, Paul and Ria!