In Aspen Class, we have been learning how to plot coordinates and describe directions when translating shapes. This means that a shape is moved without changing the size, shape or rotating it.
In preparation for their match this afternoon, our netball team played a warm-up game against the staff during lunchtime. Accurate shooting and sharp passing from both sides meant the game ended in a draw. Well played, everyone!
Beech class have been exploring the mysterious things happening around the school.
We found lots of interesting clues and evidence which makes us believe that dragons may have been here!
All the children and parents and carers had a lovely time learning new rhymes today.
Today, Rowan class played a game of Maya football, known as Poc-a-Poc. It was a closely fought match, which ended in a draw. According to Maya custom, the losing team should be sacrificed to the Gods. As a class, we felt this was a little harsh so we have decided to ignore this part of Maya culture!
We used different resources to explore odd and even numbers. We thought of different rules and patterns to help us identify odd and even numbers.