Today we went to church to take part in a whole school remembrance service. Thank you to Canon Paul and the Holy Council for organising and leading the service. VWell done to the choir for singing so beautifully too.
Thank you for joining us today for lunch and play. We thoroughly enjoyed eating and playing with you!
To go with our story The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark, we had the chance to study some real owl pellets. We found out that the owl pellets are what the owl makes from the bits of its food that it can’t digest. Then we pulled them apart to see what they had… Read more »
In our science we have been thinking about how the eye works. We conducted experiments to find out how our eyes work. Today we studied how other animals see in the dark. We studied four animals, owls, rabbits, moles and cats. We used goggles to represent what each animal can see.
Yesterday we were excited to welcome bishop Stephen to school. He arrived on a tractor! In our assembly he explained what his job was and how we could spot a bishop (purple socks). He explained what the different symbols meant on his clothes and how the symbol of the cross reminds of the answer to… Read more »
In our writing we have been focusing on full stops and capitals, as well as introducing exclamation marks. Today we wrote a book review of our topic book, The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark, to practise these skills. Here are some examples of what we wrote:
This morning, in our class assembly, we were using the story of the good shepherd to think about responsibility. Some of us made balloon animals to represent the sheep. We we discussed how the shepherd felt the same about the lost sheep as we did about our balloon sheep. Finally we came up with examples… Read more »
Today we used a Magic Mirror to see into the world of Where The Wild Things Are. We used our senses to describe what we could see, hear, taste, smell and touch. We we started writing our own settings too.