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Another busy week in class 5!


This week in class 5 we have done lots of exciting things. On Monday, in geography, we have been locating volcanoes on a world map, using degrees. It was very tricky but we managed it. On Tuesday, with Mrs. Archer we were learning about the effects of illegal drugs and their names. In music, we sang an African song in a round, it sounded great. On Wednesday we started with French then after that we had literacy, we had to write a formal letter of apology. In the afternoon we were learning about the festival of Passover and the special food they ate. Then we made some salt dough to create models of the food. It was so much fun!

On Thursday we were learning about forces, mostly air resistance. Mrs. Archer got a glass of water and a piece of folded card and tipped it over and removed her hand. The air resistance created a vacuum and the card stayed! Until she nudged it and the vacuum broke and the water went everywhere! WARNING! Do not try this at home!

Today is our family week session and we are very excited to see what Mrs. Racher has planned for our families to do. We bet it’s going to be great! (Mrs. Racher would like to add it was great! Everyone got really involved and persevered with the challenging problems which were set, thanks so much to everyone who came!)

There is also a netball match today, against Codicote, it is a home match. Good luck! On Wednesday Choir are going to the O2, we are nervous but excited about it and we hope that they have a good time, we will be really proud of them, good luck to everyone involved.

Well that is our blog for this week. Goodbye!

Aimee and Katie. F

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