Brixton Market

This week, as part of our Black History Month celebrations, we visited Brixton market to learn about the way Afro-Caribbean culture has shaped the produce and products you can buy in our local area! We explored the other cultural influences and thought about the positive impact immigration has had in helping us to understand and respect people from different parts of the world. What did you buy that came form another country? Where did it come from? How much was it and did you get any change? Why do you think it is important to celebrate and share cultural differences? Leave your thoughts by commenting on this post!


Food Chains

This week in science we have been learning about food chains. We explored how many food chains we could make with the same producer at the start and discussed the different predators and prey that can be found in a variety of habitats. Watch the audiobook of ‘The Gruffalo’ and see if you can make a food chain using the characters in the story. Can you think of any other food chains that includes the same animals? Leave your answers in a comment…

Sentence Building

In EGPS, we have been learning about the different types of sentences and how to punctuate them. Continue to build on your understanding of sentence structure by playing the game ‘Kung Fu Sentences’. Select your level and share how you got on by commenting on this post. How did you know which word was first? How did you check your sentence made sense? Click on the picture to take you to the game…



Place Value Investigation

We investigated the place value of numbers using numicon and dienes, working together to identify how many tens and ones where in each number. What did you find out about the digits in a 2 digit number? What if there are no ones? Can you partition the numbers you made and leave them in a comment? eg: 80 + 5 = 85

Exploring the Local Area

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This week we have been creating mind maps, celebrating all of the wonderful things Clapham has to offer. We thought about places of work, people in the community, jobs, transport and leisure opportunities. What is you favourite thing about living in Clapham? How would you improve it or change it if you could? Share your thoughts by commenting on this post…