Family Maths: Geometry @ Grafton Square

Today our parents were invited to join us for our mathematics lesson which we had at Grafton Square. Our topic was geometry and this was a chance for us to apply our skills in real-life situations. Thank you to the parents (and siblings) who joined us.

Can you name the shapes we made out of natural resources? What are their properties? How many geometry words can you use to describe them?

What are the children doing around the tree?

True or False: You can measure using anything! Explain your answer.


We have just begun reading the text ‘Cosmic’ by Frank Cottrell Boyce. 

What are you enjoying about the book so far? Is there anything you dislike? Is there anything that is confusing you?

What is your prediction for the story? If you have read the book before, write a question for the rest of the class to answer (making sure you don’t give anything away!). 

Ready, Steady, Blog!

We are pleased to announce that we have now rectified the technical issues that led to the delay in our class blogs being active and linked to our school website.

Now that we are back with a bang, don’t forget to check in with us regularly to see how well we are achieving across the curriculum and to keep up to date with all the happenings in each class.

We look forward to welcoming your comments and will be announcing a ‘Blog of the Week’ in each newsletter.

So what is left to say other than… ready, steady, blog!