Archive | December, 2017


Christingles, Christmas and Cookies

Year 1 children have been very busy this week doing all sorts of learning. We’ve written stories in literacy and learned how to tell the time in maths. Alongside all that, the children walked to the church on Monday for a Christingle service and all of their Christingles looked fantastic. On Wednesday there was of more »

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Cracking Christmas Co-ordinates

Cracking Christmas Co-ordinates This week we have been very busy creating Christmassy artwork…using maths!? The children have been learning how to plot and draw co-ordinates across the four quadrants in order to draw a pretty picture. From a gingerbread man to The Grinch, the children have really had to follow the co-ordinates carefully in order more »

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A busy last week of term

The last week of term is always a busy one. We have enjoyed a Christingle service at the church, a Christmas lunch and a trip to the pantomime. On Thursday Year 6 came to visit showing us a puppet show which we all enjoyed. Merry Christmas from the Year 2 team.

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Festive Fun at the Christmas Lunch

Wearing  Christmas jumpers added to the excitement in the morning and everyone began to get hungry as the smell of delicious roast potatoes and scrummy sprouts filled the air. An event on this scale requires lots of organisation and teamwork and we’re all very grateful to the many people who gave up their own time more »

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A Wonderful Week

We’ve had a great time in Year 1 this week. There was, of course, the KS1 performance which was a real highlight. We’ve also been very busy behind the scenes as well though! Here are some photographs of the learning that has taken place. We have been learning about weight and mass in maths, story-making more »

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Time for a spot of tenting!

Despite the rather miserable looking weather outside, the children were still able to have a go at building tents in preparation for writing a set of easy-to-follow instructions. The children were required to work as a team in order to try and put the tent up. Although hard at first, the children remained resilient and more »

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