This week in Oak class we read the book “Pumpkin soup” a lovely story of friendship. Later during child initiated learning we explored our own recipes. Using tools to cut, mash, mix and grind the herbs and the pumpkin. We also showed our own friendship skills by sharing, taking turns and helping each other. Later … Continue reading
Oak class enjoyed a number hunt in the woodland area on Friday, working in teams to record the numbers they found.
During our maths lesson yesterday we were taught all about movement & direction. We practised moving clockwise and anti-clockwise in whole, quarter, half and three quarter turns.
Well done Josie on being our ‘golden ticket’ winner this week; keep up the excellent behaviour!
Some of us were lucky enough to use the new iZone yesterday. We used the computers to up level our non- chronological reports on pirates. They children were taught how to enter capital letters, use the return key & how to use the space bar key to put finger spaces in our typing. By the … Continue reading
This letter arrived in school today. It’s addressed to Mrs Andrews but it is really for every one of our children and our fantastic community. Thank you to everyone that made this possible.
Maple Class had lots of fun learning the points of a compass in a fun, practical way this afternoon. We played a game of ‘Captains Says’ where one member of the Class stood in the middle of the playground and called out instructions such as “Captain says hop north” or “Captain says skip south.” We … Continue reading
Maple Class played a range of games & completed activities to support their learning of 3D shapes! We all had lots of fun!
Maple Class completed fun activities this morning whilst putting their knowledge of 2D shapes to the test. Mrs Woolley & I hope they are all just as successful tomorrow when we move on to 3D shapes.
This Monday, Lewis taught our Year 6s how to joust in fencing! It was masks on and foils at the ready!