Class one have really been enjoying doing our golden mile, which is when we do multiple laps of the playground either running, jogging or walking. We love it so much that we even did it in the rain today!
Yesterday we created lots of wonderful stories of all different varieties and then performed them on our makeshift stage. We all had lots of fun really thinking about What the characters would be like and their feelings and how they might react to what the story is saying. We also delved into the world of… Read more »
Today we had a visit from Helen from the Mad Science team. We had lots of fun learning about air pressure and forces. Helen will be running a club at our school – details to follow!
We have been learning about instructions. We read some instructions to identify the important words and features of instructions. We then played a game to build models in pairs. We had to use instruction words to make the models the same!
Our class love story time, our newest stories we have read are: OPEN VERY CAREFULLY and Can’t you sleep little bear? The children really love the after story discussions we have about the characters, plot and their favourite parts.
On Wednesday we had a music lesson where we learnt a new note: D, in addition to our other note E. We had lots of fun playing along to the song Strictly D.
Today we went to church and learnt about Epiphany. Thank you to the ministry team for their hard work and support. Well done to all the children for their beautiful singing, reading and leading the prayers!
Today was the first of ten workshops with Amy from The Big Sing. We all had a great time! Please look out for details of our performance on 21st March.
Yesterday class 1 read their reading books with the help of class 3. They really enjoyed spending some quality time with class 3 and reading with their peers.
Today we did our own PE lesson which involved many different exciting winter related games including having a snowball fight using paper balls, building a snowman using some of our PE equipment and finally a paper-chain relay.