Rosetta Primary School

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Knockbreda Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT6 0JA

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Rosetta Primary School

‘Nurturing and inspiring every child towards success.’

The last day of Maths Week has been great! P4H used non-standard measures to measure heights of class members and different objects. They used a range of materials as their measuring devices. 


P4H are continuing to enjoy Maths Week by practising their Place Value skills and writing numbers as words! We also played a game of 'Clumps' where we arranged ourselves in groups of different amounts based on the answers to some addition and subtraction sums. 

Another fun day of Maths Week! P4H were engaing in some outdoor learning by finding 2D shapes in the playground, making 2D shapes with natural materials and creating their own Carroll Diagrams! 

Day 2 of Maths Week and we have been working hard to solve lots of problems! 

The boys and girls in P4H have kicked off Maths Week by doing some Data handling. They surveyed the class based on their eye colour and presented their findings in block graphs! 

We have been reading Roald Dahl's 'The Twits' and we imagined what it would be like to eat some of their meals. We thought that given the amount of pranks they pulled on eachother, their meals would be rather disgusting - check out some of our revolting recipes! 

We have been writing Spooky stories using our senses to build up the tension - what do you think of our creepy display? 

Last week, P4 were exploring some grounding principles for a new topic in PDMU. We have looked at respect, responsibility and having a real good time! We created playdoh representations of each principle. Some creations depict people shaking hands as a sign of respect, groups of children playing together having a 'real good time' and loving our world enough to be responsible for the environment. 

P4 have been very busy trying new ways of practising for their weekly spellings test! We have been using magnetic letters and scrabble tiles to make our words!