It has been a very creative week here in Sharks, which is wonderful as that was this week’s JONK characteristic! We have spent the week sketching, shading, and creating our very own warbirds inspired by those in WWII using 3D design software TinkerCAD with great success.
In English, we have been writing newspaper reports on The Blitz and were very excited to interview Mr Reginald Smith (Who looked uncannily akin to Mr Wilson) about his experiences living in the Docklands during this time. They were also joined by Gerald Winchester, the great-grandfather of one of our students who discussed how they would pass the time sheltering in the underground.
In Maths, we have spent the week looking at rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1,000 and learning a ‘cheat’ to easily complete subtractions such as 1900 – 387. Speak to your child to find out just how to achieve this!