George has worked hard to apply his knowledge of time and reading tables to work out the answers for these bus timetable questions. He also has developed a wide imaginative vocabulary in order to find creative alliterative words!
Aidan's Astounding Weekly Work!
Aidan has blown me away with all of his maths, literacy and science work. He has used all his mathematical strategies to work out answers, and has improved his creative vocabulary. He also watched some National Geographic videos on animals this week to help his learning in science.
Place the flour, salt, yeast, olive oil and 300ml/10½fl oz of the water into a large bowl. Gently stir with your hand or a wooden spoon to form a dough, then knead the dough in the bowl for five minutes, gradually adding the remaining water.
Stretch the dough by hand in the bowl, tuck the sides into the centre, turn the bowl 90 degrees and repeat the process for about five minutes.
Tip the dough onto an oiled work surface and continue kneading for five more minutes. Return the dough to the bowl, cover and leave to rise until doubled in size.
Line a large baking tray with baking paper. Tip the dough out of the bowl and flatten the dough onto the prepared tray, pushing to the corners, cover with a large plastic bag, making sure it does not touch the top of the dough, then leave to prove for one hour.
Preheat the oven to 220C/200C Fan/Gas 7. Drizzle the loaves with oil, sprinkle with fine sea salt then bake in the oven for 20 minutes. When cooked, drizzle with a little more olive oil and serve hot or warm.
Aidan's Maths and Literacy
Aidan has analysed data from tables and completed these fab maths questions, showing his understanding of tables and how to read them. He has also written a description of George's Grandma in Literacy, using his previous work to help. Well done Aidan!
George's Literacy and Topic!
George has written a detailed description of the other George's Grandma- check out his powerful adjectives! He has used the description to help his drawing of wrinkled, old Grandma too. He has also researched capital cities of many European countries and has listed them all here, well done George!
Aidan's Marvellous Medicine work and Transport Tally
Aidan has enjoyed reading 'George's Marvellous Medicine' this week and has done an excellent job of describing George's nasty old Grandmother! Check out all the wonderful descriptive words and phrases he has used. He's also been practising his comprension skills, as well as completing a traffic survey using a tally chart and has analysed the data to answer the questions.
Tommy's Surrealism Art Work
Tommy was inspired by Salvador Dali, a Spanish artist, to create his own wonderful picture in the style of surrealism. He has included a lot of collage work- can you see the bear with the body of a bird? Well dome Tommy!
George's Terrific Traffic Survey
George safely counted and tallied modes of transport driving past in a set amount of time and expertly converted the data to a bar chart. I am very impressed by the fact that the y axis goes up in 2s, meaning George had to be really careful about where he drew the top of the bars!
Isla's Amazing Maths and Topic Work!!
Please take a look at Isla's wonderful work around bar charts and learn a little bit about Spain too. Well done Isla:) Keep up the good work!!
Tooth Decay Experiment continued....
You might've seen on the blog, Sebastien's tooth decay experiment. Take a look at the pictures to see what he found out!
George's Fantastic Fairytale!
George has created an exciting and mysterious fairy tale- read on to find out what happens when Simon, Lucy and Rex the dog encounter Trixie the witch and Devil the evil cat....
Aidan's Super Science and Literacy Work!
Aidan has been a scientist this week, discovering what happens to an egg if you leave it in different drinks. What can you notice so far from his chart? He has been enjoying reading and has done some great work on fairy tales, including making his own fairy tale villain who is so scary that they has to be drawn in invisible ink!
Aidan's Marvellous Maths!
Aidan has worked very hard on data and statistics work this week in maths week and has produced some brilliant clear and evaluative maths work on many types of data - how many can you spot here?
Carter's Tree Tally!
Carter has explored his local area and taken a neat tally of the different types of trees. He has also converted this data into a detailed and bright bar graph- and even brought some leaves home to help categorise them!
Carter's Terrific Topic Work!
Carter has worked really hard on our topic 'Europe' this week, and has become a chef of European cuisine, such as Spanish tapas, Italian pizza, and Viennese bread. Doesn't it look delicious? He has also created an art response to Salvador Dali's painting 'The Elephants', and researched animals found in Spain. Have you heard of all these animals?
He then did some more research and carefully drew and wrote about some famous European landmarks. Well done Carter!
Inspired by the art of Salvador Dali, George made his own artwork in the style of surrealism. He chose to make a collage and layered different things and pictures to create a world of surrealism. What sort of things can you see happening in the artwork?
Stanley's Fairground and Tu B'Shevat Tree!
Stanley used his D.T skills to carefully construct this awesome fairground for his lego characters! Which ride would you want to go on if you were a lego person? He also enjoyed an R.E lesson and created a beautiful finger painting celebrating the Jewish celebration of Tu B'Shevat- the new year of trees.
Bay's Tree Data!
Bay enjoyed a well-being walk in the sun and collected this data on the trees in her local park which she then converted to a fantastic bar chart!
Stanley's Finnish quiz
Thank-you Stanley for this brilliant quiz! Does anyone know which famous person lives in Finnish Lapland? I'll give you a clue...he wears red and loves mince pies!
Bay's European Wordsearch!
Bay spent time researching famous European landmarks and they are all the answers to these creative clues- and can be found in her tricky word-search! Good Luck!
Eban's Fairy Tale Characters!!
Meet Eban's characters for his fairy tale story this week. They are called 'Coronus' and 'Super Sanitiser.'
We look forward to reading your story at the end of the week Eban :)
Read Francesca's 'Reverse poem' - It's very clever and she has done a fab job - Well done!!
George's re-telling of Rapunzel
George created this fantastic comic to re-tell the story of Rapunzel, using comic features such as thought-bubbles, speech bubbles, captions and cartoons to capture the tale. He has also included great examples of using apostrophes to show possession, well done George!
Eban's week of fun learning!
Eban has been busy creating some wonderful work this week. Find his story of Rapunzel story, a Finland fact poster and a drawing of the Atomium which is in Brussels, Belgium. There is also a picture of him and his sister in the Battlefield where the Battle of Hastings happened. He had a really fun time learning about the history when they went there on Saturday. Excellent work Eban :) Keep it up!!
What a wonderful power point by Sebastien - It is filled with lots of facts and it is very informative. I really enjoyed reading it. He wrote about France, Spain and Germany because those are the countries he has visited. Thank you Sebastien- you did a fab job!! Come and take a look everyone!
Cooking and Exercising by Francesca!!
I think we can all agree that Francesca has done a great job at making one of Austria's national dish - a 'Wiener schnitzel' - Well done:)
Glad you are keeping up with the exercise too!! Good job!!
Bridget's Robot Model
Bridget has worked hard to create her 3D robot using recycled materials and has included cubes, cuboids and cylinders. Well done Bridget!
During our week on 3D shapes, Carter designed his own robot and labelled it according to what 3D shapes he was going to use for the robot. He then made a real version of it! How many cuboids can you see?
Carter's Art Work
Carter has been very artistic at home, using his dog (who is still growing) called Hunter as inspiration for some painting! He also had the brilliant idea of painting pebbles with the names and pictures of plants to act as labels in the plant pots. Don't they look good!
Farrah has created this amazing power point all about Finland. It is filled with lots of interesting facts and she has attached a little quiz too. Do you think you could get all the answers right in her food quiz about Finland? Then check out her power point above. Well done Farrah!!!
Re-telling of Rapunzel! By Minna
Check out Minna's version of Rapunzel - I think it's brilliant :) Good work Minna
Minna made a delicious Sacher torte (yum) which is an Austrian chocolate cake or torte invented by Franz Sacher! If you look closely at the pic you can see Franz Sacher just below the torte.
She also made a poster of her favourite Austrian animals. - Good job Minna :)
Francesca's Robot Project!!
Take a look at Francesca's robot project - I think we can all agree she has done a fantastic job - Well done and keep up the good work.:)
Teo has done some brilliant research and made a wonderful power-point all about the country Kosova, which is where is Dad is from. It boarders Albania and Macedonia and is the youngest country in Europe! Check out the power-point for more great facts. Well done Teo!
Italian cooking, outdoor learning and R.E environmental work by George
George has been busy rustling up some Italian pizza just like Angelina!
The pizza recipe is as follows:
300g self raising flour
4 tbsp olive oil
180 ml milk
Mix ingredients into a dough, knead for a few minutes, roll out into rough circle, add toppings, place on oiled baking tray and cook In oven at 190 centigrade for around 15 minutes.
He has also been growing some veg in the garden- does anyone know what vegetable he is holding? It begins with an R! He might put it in a salad to go with the pizza! George also went to litter-pick on the Rec in order to do his part to take care of the environment like we are learning about in R.E.
European cooking- Italian pizzas!
Angelina has been busy making her own pizza.
George's 3D Robot
George used his 3D shape knowledge from our maths work this week to find 3D shapes in his recycling box and build a fantastic robot out of them. He has mainly used cylinders and cuboids, well done George!
Nicole's European Facts
Nicole has written about the European countries she has been to, including Slovakia, which is one of the countries she is from. She has included lots of facts about the landscape, weather, activities and landmarks of lots of the countries, well done Nicole, great research!
Greece Fact File by Minna!!
Thank you for sharing your lovely facts on Greece Minna. What a lovely fact file it is!
Francesca has been very busy working hard! Click on the PDF above to see what she has been doing!
Minna's fantastic gryphon artwork!
Maya's Pressed Flowers
Maya was inspired by the flowers in her garden and carefully pressed these flowers to dry them and labelled them with her Dad. She has also been researching the butterflies in her garden!
Elspeth's Map of the World
Elspeth looked at her map of the world when learning about Europe and carefully stuck all the correct flags by all of the country names! Great research Elspeth!
Nicole's Chicken Robot
There seems to be a running theme with bird-inspired 3D robots! Thank-you Nicole for your chicken robot!
Hamish has been super busy!
Maps of Europe
Bay, Eoin and Maya have located and labelled the countries on these maps of Europe, well done! Bay has also found a map of Europe that is coloured according to how cold/hot the country is. What country is the hottest?
Bay's story and collage
Bay has used the story planner to develop her own Greek myth- the story of an ancient mythical goldfish whose power was kindness, and who needed to get rid of the rubbish from the sea! Bay has combined our R.E focus with Topic work- well done Bay! Check out her brilliant Ancient Greek collage too, which she used different art mediums for.
Ella has worked hard last half term by writing her own Ancient Greek story. It's not the finished version - but please find a snippet of it above. The story is called 'Agatha' - Ella researched what it was like to be a child during the Ancient Greek time and this then helped her to write her own story. What amazing work Ella! A super well done from the Year 3 Team!! Keep up the good work :)
Well done Stanley for including so many fab fronted adverbials and adverbials of time in his re-telling of the story of Plibles and Prasinos. He has also worked hard to make many of his sentences complex by adding extra clauses with conjunctions.
Science, Succulents, and Super Topic Research
Carter has worked hard at home, labelling this very detailed skeleton and doing some in-depth research into different types and patterns of Ancient Greek vases and the type of currency they used- Drachma. Well done Carter! He also painted some rocks in rainbow colours to brighten his garden- what a fab activity!
Isla's yummy desserts!!
Isla's been busy baking this half term. She made a Tiramisu and a Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake for her Dad's birthday. She wrote down all the ingredients and measured them out carefully and accurately. Well done Isla!
Greek vase by Isla!
Aidan's Greek Myth
Aidan has used his character Boom in a fantastic, exciting tale about hunting a troll on a far off island to help the King! Aidan has worked hard to use the correct 'there/their/they're' and has used clauses to make complex sentences, well done!
Stanley's Mythical Character and Clay Vase
Stanley's Ancient Greek mythical character is Libbles, who gets vengeance on ANYONE who starts a forest fire as he is the protector of forests! Stanley's clear description tells us all about the character and I can't wait to see what Libbles does next... Well done for making a real Greek vase out of clay too!
Can you follow Erin's recipe to make these yummy Greek feta pies that she researched and cooked?
Aidan's Angles and Ancient Greek Vase!
Well done to Aidan for working hard to find lots of right angles, obtuse and acute angles in these boats- how many did he get? He has also carefully decorated a vase according to the traditional Greek style!
Can you name the bones on a human skeleton?
Greek Vases by Elspeth and George
Here are vases designed and decorated by Elspeth and George- they both used traditional colours and patterns for their vases, and Elspeth used a scratch-off technique to get her design. We would love to see everyone's designs!
Aidan's Mythical Character
Here is Aidan's great Literacy work where he created his own mythical character which is part human, part bull, part tiger and part lion... it sounds like he'd fit right in an Ancient Greek myth or legend! I can't wait to see what Aidan's character does next.
Well done to Josue for completing his work on 'angles'. Keep up the wonderful work.
Caring for our world!!
Another great RE poster about 'caring for our world' by Harrison. Thank you Harrison - Such an important message.
Teo's mythical character: Tourus the Great
Eoin's Evil God
George's Odysseus Description
As you can see Eban has been very busy. I particularly loved his RE poster about 'caring for the world' - It was a powerful image. You can also see that he has also completed his work on fractions, money, skeletons and Odysseus and Cyclops. Keep up the good work Eban!!
Angelina's Descriptive Work
Well Done Angelina for your descriptive work last week on Odysseus and Cyclops!!
Hector's Mythical Creature
Well done Hector for you drawing and description of a Griffin. Hector also drew, Captain Rex’s helmet from Clone Wars, which Hector is enjoying watching at the moment.
Jasmine has been very busy at home this week! She has done some baking with her brother and also finished her fantastic storyboard. Do you know which Greek myth she is re-telling? Well done Jasmine!
Angelika's Greek Building
Well done Angelika for this fantastic picture!
What did the Ancient Greeks eat?
Angelina's poster about food in Ancient Greece
Boxing in the Olympics in Ancient Greece
Nicole's Anicent Greek Work
Nicole was inspired by both Medusa and the Cyclops when creating her mythical creature! She also has done lots of research and put it all on her research map, including research around Ancient Greek fashion, well done Nicole.
George's Greek Mythical Beast
George carefully wrote this paragraph about a mythical creature, using great adjectives to describe it. Do you think you could draw George's beast based on this description?
Make sure to check out George's research and presentation on a jaguar's diet and nutrition! He has included lots of important information as well as some surprising facts!
Bay has been doing her maths work on money this week, working hard to convert pounds to pennies and add money together.
Aidan's Ancient Greek Literacy
Aidan has learnt about Odysseus and the Cyclops and written detailed comprehension answers about the story- as well as drawing and labelling a very scary cyclops! Well done Aidan.
Bay's Hummus Recipe
Bay has made some Greek food including hummus, with the recipe attached if you want to have a go, lamb and mint burgers and a feta cheese salad. Yum! Bay has worked really hard on her spelling at home too, well done Bay!
Bridget's Greek Menu
Bridget researched Ancient Greek food and nutrition with her dad, then made some delicious food and created a Greek menu featuring all the dishes!
Find out more about the Greek Olympics by reading through Eban's fantastic powerpoint.
Well Done Eban!
Theseus & the Minotaur - by Lizzie
Maryam's Greek story
Maryam made this story using holiday pictures from a few years ago. It is about Ancient Greece, as told by three cats from Athens! Well done Maryam
Phinehas & Maths
Well done to Phinehas who has been working hard on his Maths this week! He has been answering lots of questions on fractions. Have you had a chance to look at the Oak National Academy lessons on fractions yet?
Check out the wooden model of a Parthenon Angelina has been busy building. She had some help from her Dad who is a carpenter, but she still did lots of the tricky bits herself! Well done Angelina- this is a fantastic project you should be very proud of.
Farrah has made some fantastic Greek pillars out of clay with her Mum and brother. Click the link to see some brilliant pictures! Well done Farrah
Book Review by Minna!
A great book review you have written Minna! It might encourage somebody else to read it too.
Lewis' fantastical beast!!
Scientific Discoveries by Maia!
On the weekend Maia found some wild garlic in Norwood park and made some yummy pesto with her mum using the garlic- how delicious!
Topic work by Eban!
Eban drew a mythical creature called the Chimera. He has also managed to write his name in Greek letters - Well done.
The last picture is very interesting! It is a picture of when Eban went to Turkey on holiday 2 years ago, he visited a mountain where a creature was said to have roamed. To this day, eternal flames come out of the ground. How interesting!! Thank you for sharing Eban.
A big thank-you from George
George has drawn and coloured this wonderfully detailed poster of lots of important charities' logos to say thank-you for all their hard work. This was part of the R.E work last week, well done George! What other charities shall we say thank-you to?
Fantastic fractions work from Angelina, this morning! Well done:)
Angelika's 'catch me reading' challenge!
Krystal has been doing a wide range of activities at home, including making salt dough and experimenting with making handprints and letting it harden, improving her spelling and handwriting, learning the 4x tables really well and practising 3d addition! She also sent in pictures of her incredible Stone Age costume that she made before Easter. Doesn't she look fierce and strong!
Zeus! King of the Gods and sky!! by Dylan
What a wonderful poster of Zeus! Well done Dylan. I love your drawing too.
A selection of wonderful work based on our Ancient Greece topic! By Callum!
Angelina is also keeping a nutrients food diary too. Take a look above.
Carter and Lola have been busy planting very tall plants... does anyone recognise what they have planted? Carter has also been progressing really well in his maths work, as well as enjoying cuddles with his furry friend.
George's Great Columns
George has written all about the different styles of Greek columns, and has drawn them carefully with lots of detail. Well done George!
Teo's Teotaur and other mythical creatures
Teo has created this interesting collage of his favourite characters from Ancient Greek myths and legends. He has also created his own character, the 'Teotaur'. Teo says: 'The Teotaur is Typhon’s cousin and has very stretchy tentacles, he’s very dangerous and his claws are as sharp as knives!'
AM has been caught reading!
Who can tell what type of book AM is reading? He looks very cosy, especially with his cat companion!
Tommy's Lego Parthenon
Tommy has been busy building lego and he has created the Parthenon as part of our Ancient Greece topic! Does anyone know what the Parthenon was used as?
What a delicious feast! Yum!! Well done:)
Sshh!! Angelina's secret reading place!
Odysseus’s journey by Minna
Is anyone else a bit scared of Stanley's mythical beast, the 'Snagon'? What about Eoin's Minotaur named Jeff?
They have researched some mythical creatures from Ancient Greece and Stanley has created his own, whilst Eoin has taken inspiration from the beast in 'The Labyrinth' story.
Teo's Maths Magic
Take a look at Teo's maths work... he has remembered everything we learnt about division and fractions from last term, well done!
Catch Me Reading
Stanley has completed the Catch Me Reading challenge...the aim of which is to find unusual or cosy spots in your home to read a book, take a photo and send them in to us! We have had some great entries, thank-you Stanley for yours. Can you spot what Stanley is reading? I think a see a range of reading material, including a non-fiction book and a comic!
Angelina looked through the powerpoint about Ancient Greek architecture and found they used different types of columns for their buildings. She drew them and labelled them with information - Well done Angelina :)
Kirpal's Maths and Literacy
Kirpal has been working hard using the booklets we sent home as well as the online learning. Here is some great grammar work on prefixes and adverbs and you can see how well Kirpal has been practising his 4x tables!
Olivia's Fairy Garden
Olivia has planted lots of seeds in her garden, such as forget-me-nots and pansies, and written an account of what she did. She also created a beautiful fairy garden and wrote all about what she put in it!
Bay's board game
Bay worked with her family to create this funky board game. The squares have all sorts of events on, can you spot any that have happened to you? Would you like to play Bay's game?
Aidan's Maths, Literacy and Topic
Aidan has sent in a great array of work where he has worked hard on determining nouns and verbs, as well as working on his number-ordering skills, and has written some intriguing work about Pandora's box! Make sure you give it a read.
George's Science work
George has watched some animal live cams and drawn pictures of some animals. He has included some fascinating facts- did you know that a giraffe's tongue can be 45cm long? He has also written a very knowledgeable similarities and differences chart comparing animals and plants.
Lewis and his brother have planted sunflower seeds. I wonder how tall they will grow?
Harrison's work- including Ancient Greek top trumps!
Hamish has been very busy!
Well done Eban! He has been really busy at home with his writing! We are really impressed with the work he has done. I was particularly pleased to see that he has been remembering to include inverted commas to mark direct speech in his story.
Jade class have been very busy with the start of their new topic Ancient Greece. LW has written his own story called The Pharoah's inspired by The story of Icarus. Well done LW.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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