Class 7 looked at the patterns in Anglo Saxon jewellery. They noticed that there was lots of repetition and symmetry. First of all, they had to use their symmetry spotting skills to complete a pattern and then they designed their own. They were done in ink, watercolours and then collage. I think they're gorgeous...but are they perfectly symmetrical?!
In the first half term, Class 11 were challenged to improve their behaviour. For each session they stayed in green for, they earned 5 House Points, meaning they could earn up to 25 House Points per day for good behaviour. Each member of the class was in charge of calculating their House Point total and adding them to our chart each day. They had a target of 750 House Points out of a possible 825. I'm please to say that each and every member of the class met this target, earning them a reward of their choice. They chose to compete in their very own Junior Bake Off! As you can tell from the captions above, this was a great chance to use our maths skills. We all agreed that baking is the best way to practise maths!