What a busy first half term we have had in Chippewa class! In September, we had great fun getting to know each other and we have all settled really well into our new class.
We began our new topic all about WW2. We were fascinated to find out about how the war began and how it affected children. In English, we used this to help us write diary entries pretending to be an evacuee child. In maths, we have enjoyed using base 10 to extend our knowledge of place value. We have started to learn how to add using the column method.
Chippewa were proud to be the first class to perform their class assembly this year. Our topic was famous authors and books, which coincided with Roald Dahl Day. We enjoyed performing on stage and sharing our favourite stories with the rest of the school. We have also had the opportunity to take part in two singing lessons with Mr Hawkins. He taught us two new songs which we performed to Key Stage One.