Class Teacher: Miss Carter
TA: Mrs Hodge & Mr Richardson
Topic – Scream Machine
Roll up, roll up! You’re going on a day trip to the fair to soak up the unique sights and sounds of the fair.
Learn the science behind roller coasters, design you own theme park and discover the secrets of the real Greatest Showman.
Become the creator of the scariest fairground ride in the world, looking a pulleys, cams, pendulums and protypes, before building your own death-defying drop. Make a working model and test it out with uncooked eggs. Cracking Stuff.
Canada’s P.E days are Tuesday and Wednesday.
Children need to have a P.E kit, which is suitable for outdoors this includes appropriate footwear.
Children with long hair need to have this tied up for these lessons and earrings ideally need to be removed. If this is not possible, parent and carers will need to send in appropriate coverings.
Homework is sent out on a Friday and is due back in school on the following Wednesday, If your child needs assistance with their homework this will be offered on a Monday lunch time. This allows your child time to complete and return homework on the due date.
If you have any questions of queries throughout the term, please do not hesitate to make an appointment.
Topic Homework – Scream Machine
Image courtesy of https://www.travelandleisure.com
Your options for your project homework are as follows:
- Research the history of fairgrounds. Create a presentation that includes information, timelines, pictures, film and sound clips.
- Sketch different roller coaster rides – show the oldest, longest and scariest.
- Make a flip book animation of a roller coaster ride, that includes a loop the loop.
- Explore around the home for machines or toys that have cams, gears, levers and pulleys. Take photos.
This is due in on Monday 15th July. Parents are invited in on this day at 2.45pm to share these projects.