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Welcome to the Comanche Class page. Here you can see some of our displays and find out what we have been doing recently. We are a Year 4 and 5 class and are taught by Mr Smith.

We have started the year as we mean to go on in Comanche, working hard to be the very best we can be. Settling quickly into our class has helped us make lots of new friends and has allowed us to get to know each otherís strengths and achievements.

As part of PE, we have been improving our hand and eye co-ordination and developing our core ball skills. This helps with many of the ball games which we play and can is an important skill to practise. Our first topic this half term has been about World War 2, learning about how it changed the lives of people in our local area, across England and the rest of the world. We learnt how children might have felt being evacuated away from their families and looked at the main events from the war. During our topic we also researched dances from the period and created our own routines that included the Lindy Hop, hand jives and the Charleston which we performed to other pupils.

Comanche Display Comanche PE

Year 5 children from Comanche had a fascinating visit to Davidstow Creamery, learning about the processes involved in turning milk into cheese. Seeing the machinery and the control room was exciting and we learnt all about how the process has changed over time. The huge quantities of milk used and cheese produces meant that there were lots of opportunities for us to use our mental maths strategies. The Year 5 children even had a chance to make their own cheese!

This term, the Year 4 children visited Truro Cathedral and The Royal Cornwall Museum. In the cathedral they find out more about Christian celebrations, learning about how a Christening takes place. Unexpectedly for the children, there was a chance to see a real Egyptian mummy as well as find out more about the history of Cornwall.

Comanche Davidstow Comanche Cathedral