We have been looking at the Earth and how from time to time it reminds us that we are just passing through; It was here long before us and will be here long after us.

What is humility to you? How can we make sure we remain humble?


How do you want to appear online?

Do not say anything you would not say to someones face

Only share things you know or believe to be true

Never share personal information such as passwords.


Using these rules could you comment on our class blog.




We have been working on our measuring skills and have some top tips for reading scales.

find the nearest numbered division.

count how many divisions are between the 2 numbers.

use this to work out what each division means.

count on from the nearest number using that interval.


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Writing club’s Magic Box Poem

In writing club we looked at ‘The Magic Box’ by Kit Wright

Here are our own interpretations;

Evie-Rae and Mum

I will put into the box..

A hug from my cat Loco,

A cutie mark from rainbow dash,

A flutter from a butterfly.


I will put into the box …

A hug and a kiss from my children,

A pinch of pixie dust from my favourite pixie Tinkerbell,

A memory of my nanna Rachel.


I will put into the box ..

The peel of a red banana,

A petal of a rainbow and a sun flower from the sun,


My box is fashioned from grains of sand and orange ice,

With scooters on the lid and balloons in the corner,

It’s hinges are from the teeth of cats.


I will bounce in my box,

on top of the rainbow,

then sleep upon the twinkling stars.


Andrea and Mum

I will put into the box..

A purple petal of a flower,

A picture of the sea,

A sparkly dress from my doll.


I will put in the box…

A red leaf from an autumn tree,

An adventure book full of fun,

A fluffy rabbit with a brown tail.


I will put into the box…

A rabbit on a horse,

A water bottle in a boat,

A snowman on a beach.


My box is made from ice and glitter,

With shells on the lid and gold in the corners,

It’s hinges are butterfly wings.


I shall fly in my box,

to a desert island,

and boogie all day long.


Lilly-Anna and Dad

I will put into the box…

A cuddle from Candy my pink teddy,

My long beautiful curly hair,

A red spotty ladybird.


I will put into the box,

The magical dust from a fairy,

The crown of a queen,

A feather from a  beautiful peacock.


I will put into the box,

A pink sun and a blue cow,

A dog that meows and a cat that barks,

A walking pencil and a flying pig.


My box is made from leather and silver and pine,

with blue stars and moon on the lid,

and pixie dust int he corners,

It’s hinges are made from skeleton bones.


We shall fly on my box,

to the highest mountain in the world,

We will crash into  a dinosaur,

and be alive to watch the sunset.


Xavier and Mum

I will put into the box…

Playing on an ipad,

Playing with my electric scooter,

Kicking a football into the sky.


I will put into the box…

A picture of my family,

The smell of baking,

A little peace and quiet.


I will put into the box…

A black house,

A cat on a bike.

A person up a tree.


My box is made from bricks and glass,

With gold on the lid

And magic in the corners.


In my box…

I will go to the desert

and dig dig dig,

Until I find treasure.