The final week of the Victorians and what a lovely way to finish with Beatrix Potter. We had a great artistic week last week as we found out about William Morris; his love of nature, his designs and manufacture of wall papers and fabrics from those designs. This week will allow us to further enjoy looking at nature and the farming world and see how life in the countryside changed during Victorian times. I'm very much looking forwards to seeing the artwork the children create as they look at animals, whether they take on the characteristics of people or whether they remain true to real life and to read their stories of life in the countryside.
In maths this week, Year 4 will be looking at symmetry and positions on a grid, while Year 5 will be revising units of measure including time.
Please do send in your comments on the reports so that we can return the completed written reports to you this week.