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Frenchwood Community Primary School

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This week we have been looking at multiplication and we have found that it can be quite tricky. We have used one of our school values 'collaberation' and have been able to work in pairs and small groups to solve some of Mr Moore's challenges. 


This week in English we have had a stand alone topic day. This day gives us the opportunity to  showcase everything that we have learnt so far this year. We began by looking at the features of a mystery story such as the setting, suspects and victim then we were given a brown envelope with pieces of evidence found at the crime scene. We had to use the evidence to plan and write about a mystery that had taken place. This was a really fun lesson and we came up with some wild mysteries!


Today we celebrated World Book Day in school. We each came to school dressed as one of our favourite book characters. We went to a class in KS1 and shared stories with the younger children before coming back to class and completing some fun activities. We followed a step by step video to make an origami bookmark which we really enjoyed. 


Did you know Science is one of Mr Moore's favourite subjects? He is very passionate about the teaching and learning of Science which means we get to do some really cool experiments in class! Take a look at some photographs below of what we have been up too.

Foundation Subjects

We began the year with Mr Moore by getting messy creating 3D birds in DT. It was great fun and we can't wait to see what other things we will do throughout the year. 


Some very kind volunteers from the RNLI came to speak to us today about water safety and the work that they do. We were all given a booklet that we were able to take home to share with our families to ensure we all keep safe in and around water. 


“We have far more in common with each other than that which divides us”. This week every child in school has been thinking about this quote and what it means to them. Thinking specifically about equality and diversity. The children have created some fantastic pieces of artwork independently to show what the quote means to them. The teachers of Frenchwood are so proud of some of the conversations that have been had in school as well as the amazing artwork produced.