Year 5 loved wearing spotty clothes and bringing in their bears for the teddy bear’s picnic today, all in support of Children In Need! Thank you for all your donations to the picnic and for all the money collected for this wonderful charity.
Please can Year 6 save and bring in any empty and unwanted cereal boxes next week. We are hoping to use them for an investigation in science.
Thanks in advance!
Well done to this week’s superstars!
Darren – for copying his name. Well done!
Fabian – for matching words when reading.
William – for making a great start to Year 1.
Jamie – for being very kind and helpful to William.
Etienne – for completing a hedgehog shelter that matched his design. His construction was very careful.
Roman – for working hard to find change and solve buying problems
Alannah – for accepting feedback and not being afraid to try again or make mistakes.
Archie S – for being a fantastic help this week. He always asks if anything can be done and tidies up our classroom.
Hannah – for writing a thoughtful prayer for Remembrance day.
Erin E – for working hard to identify lines of symmetry in shapes by folding them.
Paul & Jude – for demonstrating good scientific thinking whilst predicting and analysing the results of our science investigation.
Ashley – for another fantastic week, contributing more to lessons and challenging himself.
Aila – for believing in herself and being more resilient in her approach to school.
Year 4 won last week’s attendance award with 98.67%
Today, Year 5 showed off what they have learnt about the early events of WW2 by making a human timeline!
Ask us all about it to see if we can remember the important dates!
Year 5 are supporting Anti Bullying Week 2017!
We have looked at different scenarios of bullying and have refreshed our memories on what to do should we see or experience any incidents of bullying taking place.
At All Souls’, we know that everyone is #alldifferentallequal and we celebrate the differences that God has given us!
On Tuesday 21st November, Year 5 will be walking into the city centre to take part in a session led by the Coventry Building Society at their branch on High Street. The team at the building society aim to bring maths and its links to the world of work to life. The children will meet with various members of staff and find out how they each use maths in their roles. They will also learn about the company and what building societies do, before they go on a tour of the branch. The real fun begins though when they have the opportunity to take on the role of a cashier, getting behind the counter and processing mock transactions!
Following this, we are going to then walk to the cathedral to have a look around. We will particularly be focusing on the ruins, linking to our current History topic of The Blitz.
To get some energy for the walk back, we will be going to McDonald’s for lunch! Your child can bring a maximum of £5 to school with them on this day to spend on their lunch. If your child prefers, they are more than welcome to bring a packed lunch instead that they can eat in McDonald’s. Please ensure that all money is in a purse/food bag and is clearly labelled with your child’s name.
To get to the Coventry Building Society in time for the session to start, it is important that we leave school at 8:30 am. Please ensure that your child is in school for 8:20 am so I have time to register the children and leave promptly at 8:30 am.
Thank you for your continued support during this busy term!
Over the next couple of weeks, Year 4 will be looking at Still Life as part of their art topic.
To help them to create their final piece, please could you send in any inexpensive vases, bowls, bottles, ornamental pieces, fruit (preferably fake) and any table clothes you may have by Monday 20th November.
We will return all items once we have finished with them.
Just to remind you all that Year 4 will be going to the cinema on Wednesday 15th November to see Cars 3.
Please can I ask that children arrive promptly in school for 8.30am as we will be doing two minibus trips and therefore want to get organised quickly.
Please see letter for more details and ensure that any outstanding consent forms are returned as soon as possible.
As part of World Science Day, Year 4 learnt about Marie Curie the scientist. This year’s theme is ‘Peace and Development’ and so we focused on how Marie Curie’s work led to the development of x-rays. Ask them what they found out!
Year 4 are now tasked with the competition to plan and advertise a fundraising event to raise money for the Marie Curie charity and teach the rest of All Souls’ about the amazing work this charity does and why.
The winning group will lead their fundraising day across the school in the near future so stay tuned…
WOW! What a week! We have been so busy we cannot believe another week has gone by.
We began the week working on our handwriting using playdough and playing pommpom games. We started a new topic in maths and learnt all about our new class book in English. Near the end of the week we have had so much fun! We learnt about rememberance day and created poppy art to show our respect to the fallen soldiers. We then took part in a fencing workshop where some of us had some very impressive moves!
To finish our week we took part in a science day focusing on the life and inventions of Nikola Tesla. We learnt about how he has changed our world as we know it and how we can still see his inventions in our daily life. We then took inspiration from the Tesla Coil and created electric storms with paint. We also had a fantastic visit from magnificent minibeasts which we got to hold and learn fun facts about.
Have a wonderful weekend year three!!