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The Wizarding world of Harry Potter

Week 3: In French we can say the days of the week and months of the year. In English we read the first chapter of The Philosopher's Stone and found examples of imagery. In maths we practised converting between imperial and metric measurements. In science we found out how materials can change state between: solids, liquids and gases. In computing we practised our touch typing skills, finished our poster on how to stay safe online and created a spreadsheet of information about the world of Harry Potter. 

Week 4: This week we did some more on converting measures and revised the time with a variety of activities. Try these quizzes: one, two, three. In computing we used filters to find out info about spells and potions and then we made a spreadsheet to store the info. We then looked at places around the world mentioned in Harry Potter books and found definitions for Hogwarts' words. In science we explored liquids, solids and gases. 

Week 5: In French we learnt how to describe ourselves and our families. In science we found out the life cycle of plastics. In English we wrote instructions for a new student starting at Hogwarts. In computing we developed our programming skills using Blockly.

Week 6: As part of the Jubilee we researched key events during Queen Elizabeth's reigh and put them onto a display timeline. In maths we solved some time problems using My Maths. In English we wrote a fictitious biography of a character in Harry Potter books. We talked about our pets in French. In science we looked at the density of liquids (see experiment result below) and in computing we created a spreadsheet of the different places mentioned in Harry Potter books, learnt how to stay safe online with Internet Legends and tested our typing speed

 

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