Just to remind you that this half term’s home learning project is due back on Tuesday 18th December 2018. For details of this project and more information about home learning in Sapphire Class click here.
Yesterday, children from Y3 performed a very special retelling of ‘The Wind in the Willows’ at the stunning Sheffield Cathedral. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to take any pictures to share with you. All the children performed amazingly and demonstrated their wonderful singing talent.
Congratulations to this superstar from Sapphire Class who was presented with a special award at the Children’s University graduation ceremony. This person takes part in endless extra-curricular activities both in and out of school and we couldn’t be prouder of her achievements.
Just to remind you of the events happening over the next two weeks.
Tuesday 11th – Wind in the Willows performance @ Sheffield Cathedral (Ticket Only)
Wednesday 12th – School Christmas Lunch
Monday 17th – Christmas Party
Tuesday 18th – Y3 & Y4 Christmas singing (9:15am)
Wednesday 19th – Punctuality Movie Morning
Thursday 20th – 100% Attendance Christmas Disco
Friday 21st – Christmas Jumper Day
For the letter with whole school dates please click here: Christmas dates newsletter 2018.
Today children and staff at our school took part in Wear Red Day 2018 to raise funds and show support for the Show Racism The Red Card charity.
This week in maths we have been looking at different number and place value problems.
In this problem there are six numbers written in five different scripts.
We had to sort out which is which!
Here is one of our solutions:
We started with one hundred because it’s the only three digit number. However, there was only 3 of them. We then found all the twos because that is the only one digit number. Then we used the two to find all the twenty fives. We used the five to find all the fifty eights and then the eights to find the eighty threes. Then we used the threes to find the thirteens and the number left over was the missing one hundred.
Oliver & Alfie
If you want to try this problem for yourself you can try it here.
A huge congratulations to these 4 boys who have mastered their 4x table.