We had a really fun time today making breakfast fit for a knight. We mixed porridge oats, chocolate and raisins with warm milk. The children compared it to a milkshake and very much enjoyed eating it.
Today in class one, we imagined what the Brigends (from our focus story) looked like. The children spent a great deal of time on their drawings and as you can see from the photos below, they have imagined some scary rogues. Mrs Whybrow, Miss Ripton and Miss White
I have popped a sound mat in reading records for you to support your child with recognising the graphemes (written letter) to the phoneme (sound). This will really help with your child with their writing and reading. Year one, please can you encourage your child to spot digraphs and trigraphs (for example ch/oi/igh) when you… Read more »
Today in PE, we used beanbags to attack a castle. Some of the children were tasked to defend their castle whilst their friends threw beanbags into the spaces of the castle walls. It was great fun!
We have been reflecting on times when we have been lost or we have lost something. We listened to the story of The Lost Coin from Luke’s Gospel. Well done to all the children who helped one another to think about their feelings as well as find strategies to help them to persevere through these… Read more »
I have set an activity on My Maths, please assist your child to complete this homework. We now have access to an online times table site, more information will come home shortly. I shall be sending home some resources over the next few weeks regarding the phonics screening check. This may include some real and… Read more »
Today, in collective worship, we thought about the Old Testament story – Noah’s Ark. We thought about Noah and how he had to persevere. We then reflected on how we can learn from this. The children enjoyed acting out the story and listening to the song below!
This week we have been learning some uplifting songs! Please continue to enjoy these at home too.
This week we have been learning about Epiphany and what it means to Christians. Thank you Reverend Tracey for leading our worship on Tuesday and helping us to find ways to persevere in our daily lives.
Today, we explored our outdoor area because Jack Frost had been and painted our garden. We found lots of ice in all shapes and patterns. We looked at the air bubbles that were within the ice. Our favourite finds were a ladybird that had unfortunately frozen and an ice block which contained leaves so it… Read more »