So the year has come to an end, thank you Ruby Class for an amazing year! You have all worked so hard this year and I want you to know that I have enjoyed every moment of teaching you. I’ll miss you all, even the chatterboxes (you know who you are!).
I hope you can take what you have learned this year and build on it. Best of luck for for Year 4!
Today Ruby class were investigating soil to find out what it is, why we need soil and how it is formed.
We went into the garden to find out more. The children had fun discovering what lives in soil and what it consists of. In class we sorted through trays of soil and found snails, woodlice and other creepy crawlies amongst the organic matter.
Today Ruby class were learning all about the Pacific Ring of Fire and why people choose to live near volcanoes. We used maps and atlases to locate some of the world’s most infamous volcanoes on the Ring of Fire before discussing the advantages and disadvantages of living near an active volcano.
This week Ruby class have been learning about the ancient city of Pompeii. Today the children put the events of this disaster in chronological order and discovered what happened to the city and its people.
We’re going to launch our Summer 2 learning with a Roman Day! Children are invited to come into school dressed up as a Roman citizen. Some ideas for costumes can be found above – grab a white t-shirt and wrap a belt around it for an easy go-to, or add a pop of colour with a scarf. The possibilities are endless! We look forward to seeing everyone’s fantastic costumes when we return from Half Term!
Ruby class were investigating capacity this week, using different size containers to measure liquids. The children have identified the correct units of measurements, using these to measure and compare. They were able to deduce that containers of different shapes can still hold the same capacity of liquid.