Congratulations to our Role Model for your kind and caring nature towards other children and for your outstanding behaviour and attitude to learning. Well done to our first Merit for your factual knowledge in every subject. You show such enthusiasm in your learning! Keep it up! Congratulations to our second Merit for your performance poetry this week. You were fantastic at identifying lots of different features and your Roman poem was really creative. Well done. Keep it up!
The children have been looking at performance poetry and creating a Roman poem in a similar style to 'We're going on a bear hunt'.
In RE the children have been discussing the difference between want and need and reflecting on what is really important to us.
They then investigated what it is like to identify objects without any source of light.
In Science the children have been determining which objects are sources of light.
Congratulations to our Role Model for outstanding behaviour this week on our school trip. Well done to our first Merit winner for achieving full marks in your Mental Arithmetic test this week! Keep up the fantastic attitude and concentration. Congratulations to our second Merit winner for amazing group work this week. You really listened to the other members in your group, as well as sharing your valuable ideas. Keep up the fantastic work!
In Geography, the children have been looking at the positive and negative impacts of deforestation. They have all made a promise to help to save the rainforests.
Marching like true Roman soldiers!
School trip to Dewa Roman Experience
Congratulations to our two Role Models for superb behaviour. You have worked really hard this week, always remaining on task and trying your best. Keep it up! Congratulations to our Merit winner for a huge improvement in your writing. You have really taken on all your targets and have made so much progress. Keep on writing such exciting and inspiring sentences!
The children are learning how to draw a rainforest, linking with our Geography topic this term.
The children have been learning about different types of seed dispersal. They had to present their findings to the class.
Congratulations to our Role Model for outstanding behaviour. You have really been trying to be the best you can be and following the school's Golden Rules. Well done to our first Merit for really trying to contribute more in class. You have really been really trying to share your fantastic and valuable ideas. Keep it up, they definitely are worth sharing! Congratulations to our second Merit winner for excellent focus this week. You have been really trying to concentrate on your work and try your best. Keep up with this fantastic attitude!
The children have started to read The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. They started by writing some facts about Rudyard Kipling and added them to our display.
In Science the children have been learning about the parts of a flower by dissecting it.
In English this week the children have been working as a class, in groups and independently to write a recount of Theseus and the Minotaur.
Congratulations to our Role Model for really trying your hardest this week. You have really been listening and you have really been trying to be the best you can possibly be! Well done to our first Merit for persevering with your Maths. Your confidence is growing and growing and this has really shown in how much progress you are making. Congratulations to our second Merit for a fantastic Stone Age project. Keep on being creative and using that fantastic imagination!
The children have been learning about Fairtrade and the production of tea. The children had to sequence the events of how tea is made.
Stone Age projects. The children have gone above and beyond with their projects. They were all so creative and they thoroughly enjoyed presenting them to the class.
Congratulations to our Role Model for coming back to school settled and engaged in your learning. Well done to our first Merit for being a Maths Superstar this week. You have really been pushing and challenging yourself! Our second Merit has been really determined to work independently. Your work is always to a fantastic standard. Well done! Keep up the excellent work!
In Science the children are investigating plants and comparing how they grow in different conditions with and without water and sunlight.
The children have really been enjoying running around the new running track!
Easter Egg Hunt! To end a fantastic term, the children had a race against Mrs Pope's class to see which class could collect the most Easter eggs.
The children have been writing their own play script to The Three Little Pigs this week. They then acted them out in groups.
The finished elephant cushions look fantastic. The children have worked really hard this term to complete them!
In Science the children conducted a experiment to test out the permeability of different soils.
They all enjoyed tasting the jam with some fresh bread.
The children made Stone Age jam.
Congratulations to our Role Model! You have been spotted by Mrs Pope for being such a caring person to other children. You always have a smile on your face and have such a positive attitude. To our three Merits, you have been spotted by other teachers for showing such enthusiasm during iSing Pop. You all gave it 110%! Well done! Keep up this fantastic attitude!
Dancers of the Week!
The children took part in some mindfulness meditation to relax after a hectic week!
To finish a fantastic week of iSing Pop, the children created their own shape poem using the lyrics from their favourite iSing Pop song.
The children watched a theatre production of The Little Princess.
Dancers of the Week!
They definitely have been enjoying themselves!
The children chose to practise the songs as part of their Boogie Friday.
iSingPop has begun!
Congratulations to our Role Model for a fantastic week! You have been motivated, determined and a pleasure to have in the classroom! Keep it up! Well done to our first Merit for fantastic contribution and enthusiasm on our school trip this week! Congratulations to our second Merit for fantastic handwriting. Your pirate adventure was so beautifully presented. Well done! Keep it up!
Dancers of the Week!!
Star Writer King and Queen!
To finish our pirate adventure stories, the children have been drawing pirates.
Crazy Hair Day for Comic Relief.
In R.E the children were working in groups to write a recount of the story of Zacchaeus.
The end to a fantastic school trip!
Stone Age clothing.
Learning about hunter gatherers.
Cutting paper with Stone Age tools.
Stone Age Tools.
Stone Age Agriculture.
Miss Harrison had to start the fire!
Our Stone Age school trip to Tatton Park. Our first activity was learning about making a fire.
Congratulations to our Role Model for being a superstar this week. You have really listened, participated and tried your best. Well done to our first Merit for making such progress with your spelling! Your handwriting is always beautiful! Keep it up! Congratulations to our second Merit for coming up with some fantastic ideas for a pirate adventure. They were really creative and you definitely thought outside the box! Well done!
Dancers of the Week!
Star Writer King and Queen for writing a superb 'Wanted' poster for the main character of their pirate adventure. Well done!
The children worked in groups to describe Peter's body language before and after he betrayed Jesus. They also had to crack a code that was related to Peter's denial.
Conscience Alley. The children had to convince Peter to deny or not to deny Jesus.
Miss Harrison even had a race against Mrs Pope and Mr Cunliffe!
On your marks. Get set. Go!
3H competed against 3P and 3C in a pancake race!
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
The children have been learning about capacity this week. They completed a carousel of all different activities and had to estimate how much liquid was in each container before measuring it. They also used the working wall to solve lots of measurement problems.
In Science the children did some research on the properties of different rocks. The created a mind-map in groups before testing out these properties.
Congratulations to our Role Model. You are a delight to have in the classroom, always smiling and keeping us on our toes with your questioning. Your behaviour this week has been outstanding. Well done to our first Merit for fantastic concentration and focus this week, especially in English. You have really been trying to make your sentences even more exciting! Congratulations to our second Merit for fantastic contribution this week. You have been trying to explain your reasoning even when you've not been asked! Well done!! Keep it up!
Dancers of the Week!
Star Writer King and Queen! Your recounts of Jessica were superb. Keep on writing these fantastic, exciting sentences!
The children were also learning about betrayal, reconciliation, trust and forgiveness. They wrote their own definition for each and drew pictures that represented their definition. These also went into the R.E Reflection book.
They then wrote their favourite memory of Mr Hamblett and put it into their R.E Reflection scrapbook.
The children started this week's R.E lesson by watching Mr Hamblett teaching in Treasure Champs. Their reaction to seeing him was so lovely!
In Religion the children have started creating their own scrapbook to reflect on what they have been learning about. We started by collecting a few pieces of work from their thankfulness topic last term.
The children have been planning their pirate adventure.
In English the children were recapping prepositions by rolling the dice and using the preposition in exciting sentences.
Congratulations to our Role Model for always putting a smile on our faces! Your behaviour is outstanding! To our first Merit and Star Writer, you have worked your socks off this week! Your factual report about Skara Brae was fantastic and you really focused on including De:De and N,www sentences in your work. To our second Merit, you have worked so hard with your maths this week and are showing such an improvement in your work! Well done! Keep it up!!
Dancers of the Week!
The children have been using the Enquiry Box to see what they can discover in preparation for learning about Rocks in Science after half term.
The children wrote their own problem and then used a whiteboard to check the problem could be solved. Very impressive!!
Solving another group's addition pyramid!
Problem solving! The children were writing their own addition pyramids before the other tables had the opportunity to solve them.
Superb group work!
The children worked in groups to create De:De and N,www sentences about Skara Brae in preparation for writing a factual report.
Congratulations to our fantastic Role Models and Merit. To our first Role Model, your behaviour and attitude to learning has been outstanding this week. Keep this up! To our second Role Model, your kindness to other children has really been noticed this week. You are always the first to help other children that are hurt and you are such a kind friend to all! To our Merit, you have shown such an improvement in your Maths this week. You always work so hard! Well done!
Dancers of the Week!
If they didn't agree they had to look it up in the dictionary.
How do you spell build?
Practising spelling the Statutory words. The children had to take in turns to tell their table how to spell the word correctly. They had to say whether they agreed or not.
The children were treated to a talk from Mr King on Extreme Weather. The children really enjoyed the demonstration of a tornado!
Our D&T work is coming along. The children's elephant cushions are really starting to piece together.
Our final 'Monet inspired' pieces of art!
The children spent the afternoon playing in the snow and building a snowman.