We had great fun this morning recapping our learning from this half term. We looked at crossing number boundaries, rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000 and Roman numerals! It’s clear to see we definitely love maths in 4T!
This week we have been looking at Roman mosaics, why the Romans had them and what kind of designs they used to make. We used squares paper to create our own designs and will be printing them later this half term!
Hello, great news! Get epic is back and free for schools. Today we logged into get epic and practised how to log on. This is a great way to continue reading over the weekend. I’ve recommend some books on the Romans and the digestive system as this is what we have been learning about the last few weeks. Go to www.getepic.com!
Welcome back to school! We’ve had a great first week settling into our brand new classroom and seeing friends again. We have begun to learn about a courageous, young woman called Malala Yousafszai. Malala was born in 1997 and lived in a peaceful valley in Pakistan. The Taliban took control of the valley and forbade girls from going to school. Malala thought this was unfair and wrote a blog under a pseudonym and delivered many speeches. One day, Malala got on the school bus, when the Taliban men stopped the bus and shot her. She was flown to Birmingham in the UK to recover and gained the support of many countries. Malala received a Nobel Peace Prize and is the youngest person ever to receive this.