Martha Payne’s blog – Mr Evans

This morning we talked a lot about Martha Payne and her school dinners blog. Many of you said that you would like to know more about what she wrote and the controversy surrounding her writings.

I have included the link and a video below.

Link to Martha’s Blog – click on this link.

It would be good for you to read her blog and leave a comment below.

Was it write for the blog to be banned?

Do you think Martha should have been writing her blog in the first place?

Update from Mr Evans

This week continues to be another busy week for us as we rehearse for our end of term performance.

Grace has made a poster  about our production during ICT, and I know many others have made one too.

I would love to display yours here on the blog – use the class email and send yours in and we can display it just here:

 

This week in ICT we were looking at creating spreadsheets to show profit and loss. We wanted to know how much items could be bought and sold for at our performance and how much money we would make.

I was very impressed with how quickly many of you picked up creating formulas and by some of your ideas for items to sell.

Next time I want us to look at the real cost of items by visiting this wholesalers site:

http://store.makro.co.uk/c-2038-grocery-food.aspx

Take a look at the site and maybe you could build a spreadsheet of your own before next session.

Blodin Posters

We have been continuing to work on Blodin the Beast in our literacy and Mantle Work. I have been really pleased with the writing, art work and ICT that you have done on this theme.

This week we have been imagining what would happen if Blodin’s remains had been found by archaeologists. There would probably be an exhibition at the Natural History Museum. We used this idea to make some exhibition web pages and posters.

Here are some of the posters you created using BIG HUGE LABS to make your poster and Compfight to find images.

Branavee’s Poster

 

 The Scariest Poster – well done if this was yours!

Sean’s Poster