Class 4 has had a wonderful residential stay at Thriftwood Scout Camp in Brentwood and there are a few pictures here and more to come of the activities. We all tried our hands at climbing, archery, pedal cars, orienteering, demolition, the assault course, water rolling, cata-splat, a cave bus, the Cresta Run and axe throwing!
Tomorrow in class, year one will be learning about how to plan for a short piece of narrative writing. This will be based on your child’s bear they bring in on Monday. i would like the children to write a plan ready for Wednesday, please check your child’s book bag for a template to support… Read more »
Today, the children in reception made buns using the honey left to us by the beekeeper who removed our swarm. All the class had one and they were a hit.
To carry on our topic learning about Bears, please could all children bring in their own Teddy Bear on Monday (only one please!) We will be focusing our learning on our teddy bears all week, writing about them, making them some exciting play equipment and we may even have a picnic with our bears towards… Read more »
Today, Miss Ripton and the Reception children, created a Paddington portrait using a fork. I”m sure you will agree they all look fantastic!
We have had an exciting day in Class one today. A swarm of honey bees decided to form on our outside area tree. We spoke to a bee keeper who will be taking them away for us and learnt that the queen bee had left her hive with lots of her female workers and they… Read more »
Hello all, Please note that there is My Maths homework online for all children to complete. Children will need to have completed all of their pieces by the end of the year before moving to their new year group. Spellings: Group 1: after, behind, break, climb, every, here, money, pretty, there, would, when, what, where…. Read more »
This weekend, I would like year one to complete the following homework. We have been learning about diary entries and their features, then creating our own as if we were Paddington Bear. I would like the children to create a diary entry for Paddington based on what the children are doing over the weekend. The… Read more »
Many thanks for the kind donations of pumpkin, courgette, beans, pepper and tomato plants which two of our class have planted and been nurturing.
This afternoon, class one began to learn some skills so we can play cricket. We practised throwing a ball a cone to see if we could knock it over. Year ones then bowled a ball to the feet of their wicket keeper to catch.