Welcome to Monkey Puzzle Class!

July 2017

The last couple of months have whizzed by. We have been working hard, developing our skills in English, Maths, Science and other subjects. This month has also been a busy one for sports. Here is Mackenzie competing in an athletics competition:

We also had a lot of fun on our School Games Day. You can see some of our class taking part in the morning activities that were run by the Year 5s and 6s:


May 2017

It's May already - doesn't time fly! And talking of flies, we have been busy investigating our new topic: minibeasts.

We explored the school gardens to see what small creatures were living there:

We have also been busy in other subjects: developing our calculation skills, writing diaries, learning new drumming patterns in music and counting to 21 in French. A bientot!


End of March 2017

The culmination of our topic on Bridges: our home projects!


March 2017

It's been non-stop learning here.

In Maths we've been learning about place value, and how to multiply and divide numbers by 10 and 100.

In English we've been writing non-chronological reports, and learning about subordinate clauses.

And in Topic we've been designing and making model bridges again. This time not using "normal" materials. Not at all. This time we've been using spaghetti and marshmallows! How can you make something strong using such weak materials? Well, this is what we investigated:

February 2017

We've had a busy month exploring our new topic: Bridges! We have been exploring different types of bridge designs, and have started creating models:


We have also been busy in maths, looking at all types of measuring - length, capacity and weight. On balance, we've learnt quite a lot...

September 2016

A new autumn term, and already we've been very busy. In particular we have been practising for the forthcoming Harvest Festival, and exploring our new class topic: World War 2.


 We are well prepared in Monkeypuzzle class.

 In addition, we've been busy going swimming, singing songs - and learning new skills in English and Maths.