We have been practicing how to represent numerals and adding more this week.
On Friday 7th May, we had our own street party with sandwiches and a cake! Oak Class looked amazing in their VE Day costumes, we learnt about why we celebrate VE Day and looked at photos from the street parties in 1945!
Today Oak class made houses using biscuits and melted chocolate as edible cement.
This week in Oak class we have been learning to make 10 using 2 numbers. To help us with this we used numicon number shapes.
Oak Class love our time in the woods! We are developing our resilience to try new experiences.
Oak Class celebrated Harvest festival this week. We learnt the story ‘The Enormous Turnip’. On Friday we acted it out and we did an amazing job! We also learnt the song ‘Cauliflower Fluffy’, we painted vegetables and fruit from the song. We had to think carefully about the colours we needed for the vegetable or … Continue reading
This afternoon, to celebrate World Book Day, Year 4 spent some of the afternoon reading with children in year R. The children read a couple of books together and then they discussed what they had read. It was lovely to watch and listen to. Well done Year 4 for your incredible support and guidance during … Continue reading
For the second year running we have been invited to the Mayor’s chamber in Sittingbourne Council Offices to receive an award for one of our entries. This year, one of our youngest members of the school was chosen to receive third place in the Design a flowerbed competition! This is an amazing achievement as there … Continue reading
Oak class have been learning about “Guy Fawkes” night and why we see fireworks at this time of the year. We learnt how to stay safe near fireworks and we created some firework pictures by combining paint, glitter and crayons.
After reading a funny story called “Vegetable glue” Oak class enjoyed trying some new vegetables dipped in Tzatziki dip. We were very impressed with their willingness to try something new!