Spellings Summer 1 Week 3

Black- anxious, anxiety, malice, malicious, precious, consciousness, delicious, suspicious, ambition, ambitious. 

Green- beige, eight, eighteen, eighty, freight, neighbour, obey, rein, sleigh, they.

Red- reword, revise, reapply, reclaim, request, require, rewind, subway, subdue, suburban,

Grey- brother, other, mother, chimney, donkey, key, kidney, trolley, turkey, valley. 

Homework Summer 1 Week 2

In art, we have been looking at fruit and vegetables, and how they are made up inside. In particular, we have been looking at peppers. The children need to draw the inside of a fruit or vegetable (of their choice) on a piece of A4 paper. They must cut their chosen fruit/vegetable in half, and use paint/pencils/charcoal/pastels etc (NOT felt tips or sharpies) to draw and shade their work. This is due in on Wednesday 10th May.

Spellings Summer 1 Week 2

Black- nearby, secondly, thirdly, fourthly, vice, vicious, grace, gracious, space, spacious.

Green- ascent, crescent, descent, fascinate, scent, scenery. scissors, science, scientifically, scientist.

Red- irreparable, irresponsible, redo, react, remix, repay, reuse, rebate, redeem, refill.

Grey- runny, sunny, boxer, mixed, mixing, fixed, fixing, all, walk, talk.

Spellings 24.4.17

Black- who, which, where, when, whose, that, perhaps, surely, might, should.

Green- synagogue, tongue, vague, boutique, cheque, grotesque, mosque, plaque, picturesque, technique.

Red- import, impatient, imperfect, irritate, irritant, irregular, irrational, irrelevant, irrelevance, irritation.

Grey- stopped, knitted, travelled, labelled, bigger, thinner, fatter, runner, happiest, saddest.

Spring time in Stroud

In art, we went on a search for natural materials we could use in a collage, to represent the landscape opposite our school. We collected many items from around the school, and were very careful not to pick anything that was still growing! Here is some of our work;


A huge huge congratulations to everyone who has moved up in maths passports. Everyone has been working so hard recently, and our Spring assessments show great improvement. Well done Goshawks! A special mention to these two girls who have persevered and not given up!

A fraction of…

In maths, we have been working out fractions of quantities using concrete objects to help us share the numbers. We are now looking at fractions with a numerator greater than one, which is a challenge, but one we are definitely up to!