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Tyler’s Charity Walk

This year I wanted to raise money for a charity called Nystagmus Network. This is because I have two eye conditions one is called Cone Retinal Dystrophy which has caused my secondary eye condition called Nystagmus. Both conditions affects my eyes in different ways, the cone retinal dystrophy makes me sensitive to light and the Nystagmus causes my eyes to constantly wobble and struggle with depth perception. Nystagmus Network are a charity who work hard to raise funds to support the research of Nystagmus so when my mum told me about a charity walk in London I asked if we could do it. So myself, my mum and my dad walked 4 miles around London in the cold, wind and hail to raise £286 so far. Our team name was Tyler’s Titans and we can’t wait to do it again in 2020.

We would love to be able to raise more so if you can help us please visit our fundraising page:-

https://moorfieldseyecharity.charitycheckout.co.uk/pf/tyler-s-titans


Christmas Project

Don’t Forget…

Curriculum Update

Science

In Science this term we have been looking at States of Matter. We had great fun trying to rescue baby aliens from their eggs. We had to decide on the material that would melt the egg most quickly to free the alien.

Some of this terms Science Stars!

Maths

In Maths we have been working on our addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Rockstars

A massive thank you to everybody that made our Rock Stars day such a success, the children looked amazing.

Hopefully your child has come home excited about earning their coins on Times Table Rock Stars. This is a completely safe, educational app that can be downloaded to support the practicing of times tables.

English

We have been busy learning about the features of newspaper reports and how to write like a reporter. To help us with our newspaper reports we hot seated an eye witness.

Afternoon Curriculum

On a Wednesday afternoon we have been making a great deal of noise while learning the African drums. We are not showing you any pictures of those as we are keeping it a secret until our concert next half term.