Our Festive Traditions

This week in Diamond class we have been starting to get ready for Christmas!

We continued to practise our Christmas Carols with Mrs Bennett, in preparation for our Carol Concert at the Christian Centre in the final week of this half term. An event not to be missed!

In RE, we have…

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Santa's little helpers

We have been getting into the Christmas spirit this week. We have enjoyed our new role-play of an elf workshop, writing letters to Father Christmas and designing our own toys.

 

Thank you so much to everyone for coming to the Christmas fair, it was lovely to see so many of you there. Our…

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It's beginning to look at lot like Christmas...

This week in Bronze class we have been starting to get ready for Christmas!

"We have written letters to Santa." - Casey

"I asked for an air track because I have been helpful and kind this year." - Alara

"We have been doing some Christmas crafts, colouring and making Rudolph." -…

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Week 13: Quick Blog or The Jolly Postman

Mr Bamber was absent from school this week after being very very ill. 

We learnt and read THE JOLLY POSTMAN...

The Jolly Postman follows an unnamed mail carrier as he delivers letters by bicycle to characters from traditional children's stories that are well known in Britain. Following each…

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Santa's workshop

The classroom has been transformed into Santa’s workshop this week. The class have enjoyed dressing as elves at our gift-wrapping station, using Mrs Claus’ kitchen to cook healthy winter soups in, visiting the letter writing station and adding cheer to our Christmas tree working wall.

This…

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Presentation Time!

This week we created our Migration PowerPoints and presented them to the class. As mentioned in the previous blog, we were given a big question  - Which animal has the toughest migration?

 

Each group had to present their findings to the rest of the class, whilst Mr Blackburn and Mrs Gibson…

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Fruity fruits

This week we have started our rehearsals for our Nativity and we are all very excited. All of the children have been excellent whilst in the hall, remembering their dances and words to the songs. I am very proud of them all.

 

In class this week we have studied poetry, recapped using <, >…

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Week 12: Angels and Orang-utans

Another week. Another adventure. 

1. We have finished our Orang-utan report. 

2. Friday was a non-uniform day to raise goods for the upcoming Christmas Fair. 

3. We have used repeated addition and arrays to multiply numbers. 

4. We have started rehearsals for Whoopsy Angel. 

5. We…

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Silvermetres

This week we have been continuing our study of poetry and particularly focusing on the use of figurative language to create images in the readers head. The children have ended the week by writing their own poem containing personification.

In Maths we have also continued looking at measurements…

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Keeping our bodies healthy!

"In science we were learning about how exercise keeps us healthy." - Nevaeh

Why is exercise important?

"It keeps our body strong" - Charley

"Its good to keep your bloody pumping around your body." - Joey

"It makes your muscles stronger." - Ela

"It makes your brain work better." -…

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A week full of lightbulb moments

I am proud as punch of Moonbeam Class this week. I can’t believe how fantastic and grown up they have been with their learning this week.

 

We have looked at ordering random numbers from smallest to largest and then largest to smallest, as well as using greater and less than signs to…

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Our Week of Poetry

Darcy has written our blog for this week.

“This week we have been doing ….

English

We have been making our own poems and have been spotting personification, similes and metaphors. We also have been listening to other poems and used imagery to make an image on what the poems tell us.

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