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We’ve been having a brilliant time learning how to programme bee bots. On the first day, we were robots and gave each other directions. We used half and quarter turns, left and right, forwards and backwards, and how many steps. … Continue reading
Last week Emma solved this tricky problem. She worked at home with her family to find a solution and recorded it. Then on Monday she stood up in assembly in front of the whole school and told them about her … Continue reading
This week we’ve had a very sneezy tiger in our class. Every time he sneezes he drops all his bones! We’ve been helping him to sort them in to tens and ones.
We love singing this count in twos song. Today we helped the monkeys sort their bananas. The monkeys think that bananas in the two times table are delicious and that other bananas are yucky! We started to notice some patterns … Continue reading
This week we have been estimating how long it would take for the bugs to bounce up. Then we counted the time it took. We enjoyed watching them spring up and we tried bouncing them off our heads!
We have been learning about 2D shapes.
On Thursday 30th April, Henry, Joshua and I took part in a Maths competition. We went to City Hall (where the Mayor of London works) to answer all sorts of difficult questions. The first round of the competition was about … Continue reading
On Thursday 29th January more than 100 people attended our Maths evening, which introduced parents to the Primary Advantage Maths programme (a way of teaching Maths that the school has adopted). Ms Chambers gave a short presentation (the slides … Continue reading