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Jupiter Catch up

Last Weeks Catch Up 22.12.17

Posted 22/12/2017

This week the children in Jupiter Class have worked hard to complete their calendars and Christmas cards ready for the holidays. It was great to see all the children working independently and helping one another. We are really pleased with our finished work. Merry Christmas from Jupiter Class!


Last Weeks Catch Up 15.12.17

Posted 19/12/2017

The children of Jupiter Class have worked hard this week to get their myths written up with illustrations. The work is looking fantastic and really shows how proud the children are.

Lots of build up work and editing has gone into their final piece of writing. Including redrafting the writing and developing their artistic skills to create a stylised volcano.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 8.12.17

Posted 13/12/2017



This week children in Jupiter Class visited Kings Church as part of the Christmas experience. They had a wonderful time travelling back into the past to find out about the very first Christmas. They had to collect evidence for Professor Pendulum and solve puzzles along the way. I was really proud of the children’s behaviour throughout and we very much look forward to next year.  Thank you Kings Church!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 01.12.17

Posted 4/12/2017

In Jupiter Class we have worked hard at improving sentences. We have added adjectives to create interesting noun phrases and thought carefully about the verbs and adverbs that we use in sentences. By adding adverbials we have explained when and where events are taking place. We now need to edit and improve our myth, ready for it to be written up.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 24.11.17

Posted 27/11/2017

This week in Jupiter Class we have begun work on our volcano artwork. We have begun by using pencil to create texture within our work. It was really important that we looked carefully at our object and drew what we could see and not what we thought was there! We are really excited to use our skills to illustrate our myths based in Ancient Pompeii.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 17.11.17

Posted 20/11/2017

This week in PE the children have been practising their hockey skills. They are doing really well and showing some good control of the ball. The lessons a re great fun and an opportunity to try a sport that is new to them. They are already looking forward to trying a full game in next weeks lessons.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 10.11.17

Posted 14/11/2017

In Jupiter class we have been researching volcanoes and looking at information text.  We have then written up our reports and produced some amazing pieces of work.  As well in dance we put together some amazing motifs representing erupting and exploding volcanoes which co-insides with our topic.


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Last Weeks Catch Up 20.10.17

Posted 30/10/2017

This week in Jupiter class the children were given an orange to mummify. They made a slit, dug out the guts (segments), which they placed in their cup (canopic jars). The orange skin was then stuffed with a mixture of sawdust, salt and bicarbonate of soda to dry it out, then wrapped to preserve in bandages.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 13.10.17

Posted 30/10/2017

This week in Jupiter Class we have finished mummifying our oranges for their ‘afterlife’. After taking great care with our preparations; emptying the pulp into canopic jars and stuffing the oranges with our home made natron to help dry them out, we wrapped our oranges in bandages. We really enjoyed this activity and cannot wait to see what happens to them.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 06/10/17

Posted 9/10/2017

In our science lessons we have investigated different pitch. We carried out an experiment to see how pitch would change as we changed the length of the ruler. We enjoyed learning how to work like a scientist and can’t wait for our next experiment.  We found out that the shorter the ruler the higher the pitch.

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