World Maths Day 23/3/22
Today is World Maths Day.
Below are some ideas of activities you can do at home with your child.
We hope you enjoy doing some of them.
Celebration Assembly in Cedar
Isabella and Maizie were extremely proud to be awarded their pen licence today and Harry deservedly won the Teacher’s Award for his fantastic attitude to learning recently.
Cedar Class have been braving the cold weather to get out and about each week to complete their Weekly Mile. It’s a great way exercise and have a chat with our friends....even if it has been a bit chilly!
Reading in Cedar
A big thank you to all the parents who joined us this Friday morning, where we had a lovely, relaxing and peaceful start to the morning. This involved reading books and newspapers, working together to complete word searches and crosswords. We are already looking forward to inviting parents in to our class again.
War breaks out in Cedar Class!
This week we have begun our new topic ‘What would life be like if Germany had won WW2?’. In this topic we will be learning who was involved in the war, how it started, how it ended, what we can learn from it and everything in between!
This week’s Cedar Class awards go to ......Abinsa, for her fantastic attitude towards all her learning and to Isabella, for her efforts to improve her handwriting and presentation. Well done Abinsa and Isabella, and well done to all of Cedar Class for their hard work and effort this week!
Fun with fractions!
As always we have been working extremely hard in Cedar Class week. In Maths we have been adding, subtracting and multiplying fractions and even showing off by simplifying our answers! We have written our Big Write, which was a recount based on the book, The Day of Ahmed’s Secret. Well done to everyone in Cedar for their hard work this week, special mention to Harrison, this week’s Teacher’s Award winner and Tiana, for her high standard of presentation.
Natural disasters become Art in Cedar 8.10.21
This week we have been using our shading and drawing skills to create pictures of tornadoes and volcanoes.
A massive well done to Skye and Nevaia, who visited Mrs Toshkezi in Year 6 to receive their handwriting pens, congratulations!
Once again we have been investigating and experimenting this week in Cedar. We made predictions about how to separate materials and what equipment should be used.
Well done to Louie Howarth, who received this week’s teacher’s award for his fantastic attitude towards learning and to Skye Boylan, who received the Handwriting Award, for her beautiful presentation in her learning.
Cedar Class Scientists
This week we have been conducting experiments to find out how hard materials are and how are absorbent they are. We used the Mohs scale of hardness to scratch the surface of different materials and had lots of fun testing materials to see if they are absorbent or waterproof, we only had a few spills!
This week’s Teacher’s award goes to Denzel Offin, for his fantastic, hard-working attitude towards all his learning and the Handwriting award goes to Mason Carr for showing perseverance and determination to improve his handwriting.
Hello and welcome to Cedar's Class Blog
We have had a fantastic couple of weeks in school after our summer holidays. In Maths we have been focussing on place value, addition and subtraction, in English, we have been learning about the features of a balanced argument, and in Topic we have been finding out about natural disasters!!
I have been really impressed with everyone in Cedar Class recently for the effort they have put into improving their handwriting and presentation. One person's handwriting has really stood out and the winner this week was Nevaia Smith, well done Nevaia it won't be long before you get your pen licence!!
This was a really tough decision and it could have been awarded to so many members of the class. This week's recipient is Violet Saxon, for always giving 100% effort in all of her learning. Well done Violet!!
It's been a great start to the term, keep up the great work Cedar class!