Archive | April, 2018

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A Busy Week in April

We had a really busy week in Year 1 last week learning all about plants in science and being reciprocal in maths. Here are some photographs of the children carrying out plant dissections and learning to use the language of 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc in maths lessons outside. We are all having lots of sun more »

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Star Learner Assembly 27 April 2018

This week’s awards were given to children who listen carefully to their teacher and then use their advice to help them with their learning. During the assembly many teachers talked about the effective teamwork between teacher and pupil that is needed to improve learning. The assembly was a really positive celebration of all the hard more »

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Tudor rose crafty project

This week we have been learning about the Tudors as part of our topic on Shakespeare. We found out about the Tudor rose and the significance of the colours. We started stitching our own Tudor roses. Ask us what they symbolise …

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Visit from a Historian

In Class Two we are learning to find out about games and entertainment from the past using different sources of information. So we were extremely lucky to have a visit from Mrs Foggo, Jack’s Nan, so we could ask her questions about the types of games and entertainment she enjoyed when she was 6 or more »

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Lovely Literacy

I’ve been really impressed with the children’s writing this week. We had visits from both Jack and the giant from Jack and the Beanstalk. The children spent the first half of the last two lessons thinking of questions to ask these characters then, once we had finished our interviews with them, they wrote down all more »

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Star Learner Assembly 20 April

This week’s awards were for reflectiveness in maths. Some teachers bought maths journals which we were able to project onto the screen for everyone to see. It was really interesting to see how well our children’s learning moves on when they reflect thoughtfully on what they’ve done in the lesson. Well done to our fabulous more »

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