Parent / Carer Workshop – Metacognition / ReflectED
All parents and carers are invited to attend a parent workshop is on Tuesday 5 February from 8am – 9am. The workshop will cover:
· What is metacognition?
· Why it is important to teach it?
· How we teach metacognition at Rosendale
· What parents can do to promote metacognition at home.
Miss Paton, our Rosendale Research School Lead and Miss Gallagher, Head of Year 5, will lead the session.
Parents and carers are very welcome to use the school’s breakfast club if they need childcare.
Thank you to those who have already confirmed their attendance, please email email@example.com if you plan to come along.
Today we have been busy shaping, twisting and moulding our clay into our zoomer creatures.
We reviewed poems today sharing our opinions with our partners
Check out our poetry recital!
We’ve had a fab week in year 3 writing zoomer guidebooks about our own imaginative animals. Our animals were half wild or zoo animals and half farm animals. The children have enjoyed the creative writing module and used the topic to embed their understanding of expanded noun phrases, as well as organising writing around headings and sub headings. Next week we will begin a new topic on poetry.
In maths we have completed our block on money and have looked at different methods to find change and subtract amounts. We learnt how to do column subtraction and make jumps to the next 10 and next pound on an empty number line. Next week we will begin a new block on statistics, looking at interpreting data in pictograms and bar charts as well as creating them.
We have been learning hockey in P.E., had practising on the ukuleles, designed animals to make in clay for Art and about e safety in ICT.
Have brilliant weekends.
3LD enjoyed good to be green time this afternoon which rewards making individual green choices. They are working towards their next goal of 50 whole class green choices too!
This afternoon we practised passing and receiving in small sided hockey games. An unfortunate injury reminded us just how careful we need to be with our sticks.