We had a great time creating our sock dragons, we loved listening to a favourite story, “There’s No Dragon In This Story” and using our sock dragon to help the dragon in the story!
Year 3 have been working hard to recieve a friendship tag for our chirstmas tree. Miss Searle and Mrs Pullen give the children a tag to write down how they have helped and supported a fellow peer (this can also be a child in a different year group).
Well done Lucy for winning the Golden Ticket! You and your chosen friend, Carys, enjoyed the privilege of eating your dinner on the Golden Table on Friday.
Maple Class came into class on Friday morning to find Tinsel in a sticky situation!
A big well done to Oak class for winning this weeks Walk on Wednesday, with 24 out of 30 children either walking, cycling, or parking the car away from the school and walking. It is really lovely to see the support you are giving the school to help reduce the amount of traffic and pollution … Continue reading
The children have been keen to spot our elf Elvis, his visit began on Monday where we found him in a Christmas tree with a special letter from Santa. Elvis brought some Christmas decorations, the Christmas tree and an advent calendar full of little surprises for each of the children. Our tree looks superb; we … Continue reading
Oak class have been creating their own story book about dragons. We have been telling our own stories and painting pictures of dragons. Here are some of our dragon stories. The dragon tried to eat the little cat. The cat runned away in her little house. Then the dragon squished in the house and the … Continue reading
Oak class have been exploring time. We have been using books and games to tell the “O clock” time. Some of us have continued our learning at home by completing a time matching game with our families.
Poor Tinsel got himself in a bit of bother when Mistletoe, Year 5’s cheeky Elf, tried to fire him from our cannon. Luckily Tinsel escaped. We are all now wondering what he will get up to tonight!
Maple Class were presented with the question ‘Why did dinosaurs become Extinct?’ We then researched the question in our working pairs & recorded our findings. Mrs Bond allowed us to choose our own method of recording our facts. Some of us used bullet points, others created a labelled picture & some generated mind maps. We … Continue reading