Friday 20th and Friday 27th November
As we are self-isolating for 14 days you can check out the WOW work page for all the things we are doing during remote learning.
Friday 13th November
Well done Abigail!
Super work this week children. You have worked very hard and completed fabulous work. A hip hip horray for you all! Parents, please ensure you are checking the class page frequently as it is our main source of contact. There are many great resources on our page and I encourage you and your child to have a look through.
In RE we started our new topic on 'Belonging.' We thought of all the groups and clubs we belong to and how it makes us feel to belong to something. It made us feel happy, special and loved. Check out the RE tab for more information on our new topic.
In maths we continued learning how to add. We started to look at how the part whole model can be represented in different ways/pictures. Our new words of the week were: add, plus, equal, altogether.
In science we continued our topic on 'Animals including humans' and our 5 senses - touching, seeing, smelling, tasting and hearing. We did a fun experiment where we had to smell and taste different foods and try to guess what it was. We smelled ketchup and vinegar and we tasted onion and lemon. Check out our photo gallery for more pictures!
Friday 6th November
Well done children for your hard work this week. We had a busy first week back and did lots of wonderful work. Thank you parents for sending in milk/juice cartons and bottle caps. Some children brought in more than one so we now have more than enough for our DT project. Stay tuned in the coming weeks to see our moving cars.
In RE we did a reflection on our topic of families. We reflected on all that we learned. Our new topic is 'Belonging.' Check out the RE tab for more information.
In maths we started looking at adding numbers together using the part-whole model. We used abacus beads to help us count.
In science we continued our topic on 'Animals including humans.' We learned about our 5 senses - touching, seeing, smelling, tasting and hearing. We linked it to Bonfire night and thought how we can use our 5 senses celebrating the special night.