Today we visited the Space Port at Seacombe Ferry Terminal as part of our Science topic of Earth, Space and Moon. We travelled on the Mersey Ferry which tied in well with our previous Geography topic of the United Kingdom.
We have started our new History topic by interpreting a variety of primary sources to create an initial impression of who we may be learning about. The children had to make enquiries, interpret the sources they were given and draw conclusions regarding who we are focusing on and what we know about them.
Year 5 were today developing their mathematical fluency by playing a range of Maths games.
The games focus on developing key arithmetic skills, use mathematical langue including odd and even, improve reasoning and building collaboration; the children had to evaluate what skills they’ve had to apply and write a short review of their session.
This morning, Year 5 were experimenting with coding in Hopscotch with Mr Coultas. The children had to produce simple algorithms (codes) to move a fidget spinner across their screen as a response to moving their iPad in a certain direction. We then shared our work using SeeSaw to keep a digital record of their project.
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