Today in assembly, Camilla from Greenpeace came to talk to us about the Rainforest and Orangutans. We watched a video and found out that people who burn the forests to make palm oil are destroying animals houses.
We decided to look on the Greenpeace website to find out more.
We found out that people across the world are hurting animals and their habitats to make money. When the farmers cut down the trees they are destroying our nature. The less trees we have, the less oxygen we have.
We found a picture that shows us the distribution of orangutans and forest loss since 2016. Everyday in the Rainforest 25 orangutans die.
We have attached a link to sign a petition to help orangutans and make a difference.
We have decided to use some of Greenpeaces other information to help with our plastic campaign.
Check back soon to see what we get up to!
For our class assembly this term, 2G decided to share some of their work and learning about our Topic – Toys and Games. We showed our work from the story ‘Toys in Space’ which we are learning in English, data and statistics in Maths and different forces for Science.
We really enjoyed showing you all of our work and effort we are putting into all of our learning.
We hope you are as excited as we are for our ‘Toy Museum’ memorable event!
Thank you to all of the parents and carers who came to the assembly today, we hope you enjoyed it.
Next week we are going to be learning all about shapes! To get yourselves ready, can you go on a shape hunt on your way home from school, around your house or at the park and see what shapes you can find?
Can you describe the shapes you have found to an adult?
Can you draw your shapes?
Note to parents and carers – next week we will be making shapes and would appreciate donations of junk modelling materials e.g. kitchen roll tubes and cardboard boxes. Thank you!
Miss Green, Ms Mooney and Ms Holder