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@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2021

F4 & F5 have been getting stuck into different levels of 'Problems of the Week' at the start of their #Maths lessons in #remotelearning. F4 have also been tackling online puzzles too to help them grasp diverse mathematical concepts, build fluency & develop strategic thinking. https://t.co/jbbw3IHAkS

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2021

F3 have built wholes, 1/2, 1/4 with #LEGO & 1/5 & 1/10. Starting with a base of 12, they made a wall showing:
Half, Thirds, Quarters, Sixths & twelfths. The extra hot chilli challenge was making one wall showing ALL of these.....not for the faint-hearted! #maths #fractions #fun https://t.co/Dnu2ysW9AK

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2021

These cookies pop in your mouth - one of our T2s made some similar to Silky in Enid Blyton's 'The Enchanted Wood'. Also, another stunning view from a window, an ingenious homemade guitar with face mask strings & a great #LEGO robin! Well done T2s. https://t.co/5d3MiuepCe

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2021

Tick tock, time to learn to tell the time! T1s are using the analogue clocks they made & focusing on the quarter/half turns, recognising o'clock, half past & understanding the difference between time measures. Some really inventive designs! #time #maths #reallife #understanding https://t.co/ZqBZCHaReM

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2021

T1s shared (and loved) their story of the week 'The Way Back Home' by the brilliant @OliverJeffers. Their mission was to orally retell the story, then create a #story map to show the key events. T1s also thought about sentence openers, time connectives & vocab for #fiction. https://t.co/gshEtRc5jw

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2021

KGs looking at #number bonds within 20 using paper chains of different colours to visualise the links, writing #phonics with a stunning #snowy view & a very compassionate apology letter from Golidlocks to poor Baby Bear for eating his porridge....and another wonderful snowman too https://t.co/TLDqoVXXH1

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2021

KGs looking at #number bonds within 20 using paper chains of different colours to visualise the links, writing #phonics with a stunning #snowy view & a very compassionate apology letter from Golidlocks to poor Baby Bear for eating his porridge....and another wonderful snowman too https://t.co/TLDqoVXXH1

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Jan 2021

Art historians believe that Van Gogh came across a pair of worn-out shoes in a Paris market & took them to his studio. They didn’t fit him so he decided to use them as a prop for his painting. F4 use cardboard to paint or draw their own shoes. #painting #vangogh #shoes #stilllife https://t.co/RK3YGwqfar

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