Data collection and Stone Henge masterpieces

This week we have been looking at data represented in different ways, including  on pictograms and bar graphs. We then collected our own data using a tally chart and created bar graphs to show what we had found out.

In art, we completed our Stone Henge pictures. Have a look at a few examples by clicking here: Stone Henge art.

Volcano art

Please could children bring empty cereal packets, cardboard tubes (especially long ones) and newspapers into school by next Friday for this half term’s volcano art project. Thank you to everyone who has already brought something in so far.

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Class Assembly

Beech class’s assembly will be on Friday 22nd November. The class came up with lots of ideas about what to base it on and are really looking forward to performing. Although it’s a few weeks away, it might be a good idea to start thinking about Stone Age costumes. This could include anything brown or grey, perhaps with animal print or something furry.

Also, if you want to have a go at practising a couple of the songs, that would be great.

Living in the Stone Age lyrics.

Maths Homework

MyMaths homework this week is called Introducing Data. Don’t forget to press ‘mark it!’

It would be great if you could also practise your times tables, either by writing them out (don’t forget the division facts!) in your books or by using Times Table Rockstars.


Spellings this week contain the -cian ending. Aut 2 week 1 LSCWC

Have a go at them on the Purple Mash quiz that’s been set for you and if you want to, try to put each one into a sentence.

Extension: write a sentence to explain what makes the meanings of the words similar.

Aut 2 week 1 quizHave a wonderful weekend!