Another busy week in the Kingfisher classroom.
This week we have been busy sculpting clay peppers. I was particularly impressed with how detailed the children were and how careful they were in constructing the seeds. They were all very happy and proud of themselves afterwards too.
In history we have learnt about what the Romans considered a crime and consequently how people were punished and the difference in punishment between a noble, a citizen and a slave.
In maths we have been learning about equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions and adding fractions (year 4) and fractions of a set amount and adding fractions (year 3).
In English we have been learning about Shackleton's journey to the Antarctic and the emotions the explorers may have felt on their travels.
We ended the week with a lovely tea party with lots of nibbles and sweets to celebrate the King's Coronation which the children all enjoyed!