Welcome to Class 9’s page. Please check here for updates on the work we complete in class.
Our Purple Mash blogs are up and running so please add to them:
What’s Happening- for general blog comments. Tell me what you are doing, how you are feeling, share your hobbies and interests, ask your friends questions etc.
South America- obviously, this one is for everyone to add specific information about South America. You can use other people’s information to help you write your non-chronological report. Remember to check anything that seems incorrect for yourself!!
Try to add a sensible title to your blog entry to give people the gist.
The Lightning Thief
Chapter 17 a
Chapter 17 b
Chapter 17 c
Chapter 17 d
Monday 23rd March
I have set up a class blog using Purple Mash. Instead of clicking the red 2Dos icon, click the green ‘Sharing’ icon.
Next click ‘Shared Blogs’.
I have called the blog What’s Happening?
You can also set up your own blog about a topic of interest. You can add to your blog each day or once a week. If I think it’s something others might be interested in or could add to, I’ll make it a class blog so everyone in class 9 can see it. I’ll get to read your comments before they are added so don’t worry if you can’t see it straight away.
9.3.2020 Sport’s Relief Mile
World book day!
13.2.20 YEAR 5 Final: we came 1st, joint 2nd and third 🎸😊 Massive congratulations to Cara, Autumn & Jasmine and class 9’s best dressed rockstar Liam 🎸😊🎶👏
13.2.20 TTROCKSTARS DAY 🎶🎸 Our class champions are Cara, Jasmine & Autumn- congratulations girls and good luck in the year group wrangle this afternoon!
31.1.20 Computing- finding out what a ‘concept map’ is
Science- materials and their properties 17.1.20. We had to guess what material was hiding in each feely bag! We then conducted tests on each material: magnetism, hardness, flexibility, permeability and transparency.
Class 9 visit Santa 20.12.19
We have used ‘The Lost Words’ as inspiration for our pencil drawings this week.
The meaning of ‘The Lord’s Prayer’
As part of our work in R.E. We have been developing a deeper understanding of ‘The Lord’s Prayer’, illustrating it for younger children.