This week in topic we learnt about life in Japan! We wrote our own haiku poems and designed cards which could be used in a popular Japanese game!
This week in maths we learnt how to read line graphs and from this we able to answer complex questions.
Next week in topic we will be learning about aspects of Japan, including the language they speak, games and haiku poems.
Next week in maths we will be investigating line graphs, how to read these and what they are used for.
This week in topic we learnt about the inequality of racism. We investigated Empire Windrush, lives in South Africa and Mahatma Ghandi.
In maths we reviewed our knowledge of pictograms and bar graphs, investigating increasingly difficult graphs and questions based on the information shown within the graph.
We had the exciting opportunity to listen to a recital of classical music, performed by Sacred Music. At the end of this, the children had the chance to ask questions to the performers.
task for next week:
We will continue to look at equality, focusing on the Windrush generation. Draw a poster showing how the people in this generation were affected by the policies of the government.
Next week we will be working on statistics. We will learn about graphs and, learn how to interpret data on a graph. Do some online activities and your Mathletics set on this aspect of statistics.
Next week in topic we will continue learning about racism and the inequalities caused by this. We will learn about Nelson Mandela and how an apartheid government can impact the lives of individuals ruled in this way.
In maths we will be learning how to use statistics. We will look at a variety of graphs and identify how to read the information that these graphs are providing.