Mosque Visit (13.03.19)
On Wednesday, Year 4 visited Worthing Mosque. It was really interesting to learn about the Islam religion from a kind, friendly and welcoming expert!
Sea Otter class and Seahorse class got together this week to model the WHOLE digestive system. Here are some photos of the experiment.
Maths Week (28.01.19-01.02.19)
Seahorse Class enjoyed a variety of maths activities during Maths Week 2019, from early morning work and end of day challenges to special maths assemblies to Numbers Day on Friday.
Our week got off to an exciting start with many parents joining us on Monday morning to play lots of different maths games. Thank you to everyone who joined us.
We were also visited by members of staff from NatWest Bank, who helped us to become detectives with a 'Fraud Scene Investigators' workshop. The children worked in teams, examining different exhibits, to work out what had happened in a case of identity theft and fraud. The volunteers from the company said that they were really impressed with how the children responded to the tasks given - well done Seahorse Class!
Next week is Numbers Week and we are all very excited to do lots of maths! This week, we've been busy writing our own under-the-sea narratives, learning about the "Pillars of Islam" and creating classification keys for the animals of Earth. Even more exciting than that, a representative of our Link School in Ethiopia came in to see our school and tell us about his home country. It was eye-opening!
We have had a fantastic time during Book Week and enjoyed dressing up as our favourite book characters. Here is a picture of Seahorse class in their costumes, they had a very scary teacher and TA for the day!