Merry Christmas Everyone!

First of all a huge THANK YOU for all of the beautiful cards and gifts – some very imaginative and interesting ones this year!

Now for our great term, in a nutshell, we have studied WW1, led a very memorable remembrance day assembly, read Carrie’s War and watched the film. Which did you enjoy most, book or film and why? In literacy we have acted out and written about the life of Walter Tull. If you get time to visit the memorial, at Sixfields, take a photo and find a way of sharing it with us. In maths we have worked hard at securing methods for multiplication and division. We are now exploring fractions, so here is a challenge for you – how many pieces can you cut a mince pie into? WARNING, it will get messy! An even bigger challenge is to take time to look at the revision site and play a few of the games. A few minutes a day will go a long way to starting the new year on top form.Revision Link

Thank you for making the last day of term a very festive and fun filled day. We were lucky enough to watch the Enchanted Kingdom, everyone was fascinated to see the seven realms brought to life on a big screen. This was followed by a delicious buffet, the opening of secret Santa presents and a visit from the big man himself, ho ho ho! (Santa not the BFG) We ended the day with board games, including a competitive game of Jenga – well done Jack!

Have a wonderful break with your family and friends and we look forward to an exciting, productive and successful new year.

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One thought on “Merry Christmas Everyone!

  1. For maths I was able to cut a mince pie into 14 pieces before it collapsed. And I preferred the Carries war book because it felt like you could transfer into the story and when Nina Bawden started to describe the different settings you felt like you had morphed into the scene and you were wandering around. Also to me the book gave a lot more emotion because Nina described the facial pictures and you can’t really do that in a film.

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