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Eagles Class Spring Term 2018

Eagles Learn the Angles Song - 19th January 2018

 

In our maths lessons, we are learning about shapes and angles. As always, Mrs Hughes has a silly song to help us remember the key information that we will need in order to do well in our lessons. The latest is helping us remember the different types of angles to a very familiar tune!! 

Click here to download the lyrics and sing along!

Click below to listen to the song

Our task for homework will be to teach the song and the dance moves to someone at home. 

Mrs Hughes can't wait to hear how everyone gets on! 

Eagles present their 'Out of this World' Power Projects - January 2018

Over the holidays, Eagles have been working really hard on their Power Project all based around Space. Their was so much variety in their work! Each of us had to present our work to a group of others. Here is a selection of our work - It is also on display by Eagles classroom so please come and have a look!

     

      

      

   

Eagles Street Child Project Begins

This term our focus in English is the book 'Street Child' by Berlie Doherty. It recounts the life story of Jim Jarvis, a young boy who lived in London in the Victorian Era. We can't wait to find out what life was like for people in this period of history and compare it to the life of Queen Victoria. 

Eagles are 'Out of This World'!

We are learning about Space and all of the wonders it holds. As well as completing our Power Projects on Space, we've also got lots of questions:

  • How big is space?
  • Is there anything next to, above or below Space?
  • What does a planet need to have to be called a Planet?
  • Is there an easy way of remembering the order of the planets?
  • How long would it take to travel to Neptune?
  • Are all the days and nights on the planets the same length?
  • What skills or qualifications do you need to become an Astronaut?

To help us remember the names and order of the planets in the Solar System, Mrs Hughes found another one of her songs that we sing/rap at the start of our lessons. Mrs Hughes takes the part of The Sun and does a good job of rapping! We think that she secretly is a rap-star!!!!