A polite request for materials!

For Enterprise Week next week, we would like to make some lovely gifts for you to purchase that are in keeping with our Victorian topic this term. If you have any lace, fabric, buttons, ribbon, wrapping paper/card or traditional cards that are all vintage in style and would suit our theme, please could you send them in by the end of this week. Thank you!

Spellings to learn for 24th November

Group 1:
after
wanted
every
once
fair
chair
stair
dairy

Group 2:
eight/eighth
enough
exercise
experience
extreme
famous
favourite
February

Group 3:
immediate
immediately
individual
interfere
interrupt
language
leisure
lightning
marvellous
mischievous

Group 4:
creature
material
designed
extremely
century
challenging
serious
important
special
extinguished

Today in Science we learnt about refraction.

Today we learned what refraction is. Refraction is where the light travels at a different speed when it goes through transparent objects such as: water and glass. This causes rays of light to bend and change direction. Refraction also creates an illusion to the eye. We proved this by adding a straw to a glass and water which made the straw look broken.
By Caitlin, Rebecca and Polly