We have been very busy in year 4D celebrating 'World Week'.
On Monday we learnt about the 'Laudato Si' and the children produced some wonderful letters, prayers and posters about the importance of looking after Gods creation.
Tuesday was 'World Literacy Day' and all of the children took part in a letter writing competition. The task was to write a letter about their dream job. We discussed the importance of using the correct structure and language for a letter. The winner from 4D was Ben Sweeney, who wrote a wonderful letter about wanting a job as a Zoo Keeper.
For 'World Maths Day' on Wednesday the children took part in a special 'Live Mathletics' task. They were able to compete in Maths challenges against children in other countries, as well as their own classmates. As well as this, the children have been busy solving challenging Mathematical problems throughout the week.
It was 'World Science Day' on Thursday and we had great fun creating life-sized human digestive systems. Once they had drawn round somebody in their group, the children had to attach all of the organs involved in the digestion process and explain their importance.
On Friday the whole school came together to share what they had done.