Clever hands club joined in with lots of activities to develop their fine motor control for writing. From miniature skittles and balancing chairs to shape tracing threading and transient art. Even our snack of blueberries practised a pincer movement!
Last Saturday, we travelled over to Minterne for the annual boys football tournament. Drawn in a difficult group of Iwade, Bobbing and Minterne; we finished second in our group and only needed one more goal to progress through to the semi-finals. The boys performed fantastically and the support from all that attended was much appreciated.
Look how much our plants have grown over the holiday! This week Oak class have planted out the bean plants in soil and put them in the greenhouse. We cant wait to see how much they grow!
To start our learning project this term, Oak class have explored different apps on the i pads.
Oak class had the opportunity to learn about a very different type of fruit this week. The Baobab fruit all the way from Malawi! We also had the chance to learn some words in Chichewa reading a book that was written by one of our parents. Thank you to the Agbabiaka family for sharing their … Continue reading
Year 3 have been practising how to throw and catch using a tennis ball. The children found throwing underarm a lot more difficult than throwing over arm. We will be continuing to develop these skills on Wednesday.
Well done Maple Class for having the highest percentage of children playing TT Rockstars this week. Keep practising those times tables, hopefully we can win again next week!
Well done to our Star of the Week, John, for taking on the challenge of completing the mile. Well done also to our ‘Maths Master’ Evie and our ‘Writer of the Week’ Chloe. A special well done to Lottie for earning a golden Ticket this week.
This week Year 4 wrote explanation texts about how the ear works. All the children worked incredibly hard and their final drafts were amazing!