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Friday, April 2, 2010

Special Mission - to Raise the Titanic

Primary 4 have had a very busy term and have made very good progress with maths and language. We were given a “Special Mission” to complete for our topic this term during the integrated topic which was to “Raise the Titanic from its watery grave”.

A variety of written work was undertaken and we had a very special class novel instead of the usual reading books. Everybody in the class particularly enjoyed the story (Kaspar – Prince of Cats by Michael Morpurgo). Families were invited to our open evening and were able to see the results of the tremendous effort and hard work that the children had put into this topic. The open evening was a huge success and it was so nice to see so much support for the children.

Our class had a visit from Starling Learning last week, during which we were outside looking for mini-beasts and we found a really interesting variety within the school grounds. The children may like to continue with the search during the holidays if the weather allows!

We are now all looking forward to a well earned rest and hopefully we will all return refreshed and ready to go.



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