Just in case you haven’t heard…here are the final results!
The winning colour is…
Red Team with 556 points!
2nd place-Yellow Team with 504 points!
3rd place –Blue Team with 463 points!
4th place- Green Team with 431 points!
Well done everyone!
Fastest 100m runners:
years 3 and 4
Eden 3C, Daniel 4B, Zyggy 4B, Jordan, Ameerah 3S, Mike Curtis 3L, Asher 4A
The fastest runner in Years 3 and 4 is…
Year 5 and 6
Fastest runners in the 100m race
Troy 5A, Ibrahim 6F, Ed 3S, Azaan 6L, Hawa 5G, Efrata 5G, Scarla-Rae 6L Diana 6F, Faith 6L, Mimi 5A, Howa 5G.
Here are some brilliant photos of the afternoon races!
Well done KS2! You all did so well today!
You are all superstars!
Here are lots of photos to enjoy from this morning’s activities! Look on the blog tomorrow to see photos from the afternoon races!
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Results coming soon…!
We completed out portraits by thinking about the fine detail that we needed to add. Then we created a background in a contrasting colour.
We have been thinking about fractions that are the same.We can see on a fraction wall that 1/2 is the same as 2/4. One third is the same as two sixths. What others can you see?
If we show fractions as a bar model, we can draw them in order to add them together. Remember that the denominator needs to be the same.
This week we have been multiplying. We partition the bigger number into hundreds, tens and ones so that we can simplify the problem into smaller steps.
We have been very busy this week creating self portraits.
We planned our work carefully, thinking about the proportions of our faces and practicing beforehand.
We used our double primary paints to colour mix, making sure that we got the right colours for our skin tones and our facial features.
We made sure that we did not rush and kept looking at ourselves in the mirror as we painted.
We have been using similes as a way to compare objects and emotions.
It means that you have use your imaginations to picture the descriptions, so they are more vivid in your head.
We have been converting millimetres, centimetres and metres. We have measured different lengths and thought about the ways that we can represent the measure
16 mm could also be 1.6 cm
27 cm is also 0.27m. It could also be 270mm.