This week, our Year Four children have spent a day in our woodland area, appreciating nature, learning how to care for the environment and discovering what lives in our school grounds, as well as developing their resilience, collaborative and risk taking skills. We finished the day with s’mores, cooked on our campfire 🔥!
Following on from our Evil Pea story this week, where Evil Pea froze all of the veggies, we have been exploring ice! We talked about what the ice balloons felt like, what they thought might be inside, and how they think the round shapes were made. The children came up with some fantastic answers and […]
This week we have been reading the story ‘Old McDonald had a Farm’, we all enjoyed singing the song and choosing our own animals to put on his farm, we each drew a picture of our chosen animal and had a go of labelling it too! We’ve also been busy building farmhouses, practising cutting skills […]
Year Two are preparing to write non-chronological reports in English based on crocodiles. Before starting, they went onto the laptops to complete fact files. They collected the facts from their own research and what they already know.
Last week in our science lesson, we introduced our new learning on materials. The children demonstrated a great understanding of the different materials which exist in the world and their different properties. Their challenge was to sort the materials depending on their different properties. For example, they used magnets and a sieve to effectively separate […]
This week we have been writing our own songs following syllable patterns on the glockenspiel. We came up with the words to add, using 3/4/5 syllable patterns and Mr Hall was impressed with our team work and song writing. ✍️
To immerse ourselves deeper into the story and to really understand the sequence of the story, we performed freeze frames. This is really informing us with our extended writing.
This week the Nursery children have been learning about the lifecycle of a hen as part of their topic ‘On The Farm’. On Wednesday we had a very special delivery of eggs. We used lollipop sticks to pick out children’s names and those children carefully selected the 7 eggs, that all look different, to put in […]
Our most recent geography lesson saw us focus on the locality of countries in Europe. The children worked in pairs to identify different countries on a map and used an atlas to identify those countries they weren’t sure of. Next week we will be focusing on capital cities within European countries.
Year Two are learning the skills to enable them to produce a piece of digital writing. In this lesson, they learnt new keyboard keys and typed their name at speed.