Hot on the heels of our Earth and Space work and our trip to the University of Sheffield, there is news of another solar system and SEVEN Earth-like planets. Check it out!
Here are last week's Mathematician of the Week (left) and Star of the Week (right). Our Mathematician has been using his place-value knowledge to solve tricky number problems, and our Star has worked hard across the board. Well done, you two!
Year 5 visited the University of Sheffield today to work with the university's Women in Engineering group. First we had a go at a virtual-reality game based on a book by Women in Engineering and the university. Afterward, we headed over to the university's Diamond building to learn more about Engineering and explore the labs. … Continue reading Engineering
We have been learning violins since September, and we have been working so hard! Yesterday we showcased our talents in a concert for peers as well as family and friends. What a great morning! If you are interested in taking part in any more music activities, there are loads of things going on around Sheffield, … Continue reading Violins
Here we have our Mathematician of the Week (left) and our Star of the Week (right). Our Mathematician is a rounding master and has been using her skills to solve tricky puzzles, while our camera-shy Star has worked hard all week, across the board, head down. Mrs Lohoar is very proud, you two! We also … Continue reading This Week’s Superstars
All week our pupils have been working with different teachers in school experiencing varied and worthwhile lessons and activities associated with all things safety. I worked with one of my Y3 teachers to look at E-Safety and in particular, online chat rooms.
Mr Little worked with all the Y3 and Y4 classes and played Yahtzee online. That game had a chat room and I was in my office, secretly playing with them. To them I was a stranger. I chatted to them and tested them to see what information they would provide to a total stranger pretending to be a boy called Max. Some classes were harder to crack than others, but after 30 minutes, without fail, I, as a stranger to them, had extracted personal information. I managed to get: school name, city, first and last names, ages and street names.
Pupils in our school were aware of…
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