We had lots of fun exploring the outdoors today! We made leaf soup in the mud kitchen and enjoyed climbing on the climbing frame. We love exploring in Autumn time with all the leaves crunching under our feet. We made sure to wrap up warm today and had so much fun!
During our phonics lesson today the children were introduced to our phonics game 'popcorn pop'. Inside our popcorn box we have some graphemes, tricky words and some CVC words to help the children with their blending. We really enjoyed this game and we will definitely be playing it again to help us with our phonics knowledge.
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Today the children have been talking about how we can be a kind friend. We discussed what bullying means and what we can do if somebody is unkind to us. W then made some posters to put up in our classroom and around school.
Today in our PE lesson we have been passing and receiving the ball using chest pass, one/two handed passing and then we practised using the netball nets to see how many goals we could get.
Today in our PE lesson we have been passing and receiving the ball using chest pass and bounce pass. We practised using the netball nets, aiming and shooting.
Year 6 learnt all about trusses to make bridges strong in D&T, and we created our own trusses. Here are some examples of the trusses we made!
Tooday the children have been learning how to; Identify the 'whole' when shown 1 part of a familiar object identify that the parts are still visible when they are assembled to make the whole hear the language of 'whole' and 'parts'. I’ve got a basket full of different parts here. Do you think you can help me sort out a problem? In my basket I have collected some things that I found left out, and they need sorting. Do you think you can help me decide which whole thing each part belongs to? We can say that parts can join together to make a whole.
As part of their PSHE lessons and in aid of Anti Bullying Week, the children have been designing their own anti bullying posters. Here are Year 4’s entries. We will be displaying the posters around school.
In English we used drama techniques to 'freeze frame' what our reactions would be if we were told that we were going on a trip around the world, like the main character Michael, in our book Kensuke's Kingdom.
Today we carried out a 2 minute silence to honour the lives of those killed in the war.
In R.E. Year 1 have been learning about the differences between the world Jesus grew up in and the world they are growing up in. This week we talked about clothing and footwear. The children make some sandals from construction card that people would have worn in Jesus' day.