Number bonds within 10

In Arithmetic we are focusing on number bonds within 10. Number bonds are vital to understanding how numbers work. This week we have been using cubes and part-part-whole models to create as many number bonds within 10 as possible and putting these into number sentences. Keep practicing guys!  

Go Getters!

Today in PSHE we have been learning all about resilience and how having positive thoughts can help us to achieve our goals. We practised this by completing a carousel of activities including word searches, dot to dots, tangram puzzles and a bean bag challenge. We discussed the fact we are Read more…

Penguin Small

Our PE topic for this half term is dance. Today we read the story ‘Penguin Small’ by Mick Inkpen and discussed Penguin Small’s feelings throughout the story such as how he may have felt being chased and left by the other penguins.  In groups of 3 children came up with Read more…

Super Scientists!

Our learning journey for Science this term is all about Super Scientists! We have begun our science lessons by researching Isaac Newton and why he is famous.  Last week we learnt that Isaac Newton discovered the theory of gravity and carried out our own experiment to investigate the effect gravity Read more…

PLT

The votes have been counted and verified!!! Say hello to Class 5’s PLT members Leo and Amelia! Last week the whole class put great effort into writing detailed applications explaining why they should be the one to represent their peers on the Primary Leadership Team.  It was a very close Read more…

Seashell Art 🐚 🎨

First we studied shells 🐚 and looked at the way the lines have formed on them. Next, we created 4  line sketches.Then we carefully went over the lines using wax crayons, and covered our pictures with watercolour paints producing some very lovely artwork. Well done Class 4! 

A Chemical Reaction!

In our topic ‘Working Scientifically’ this week we have been testing substances to investigate whether they have a chemical reaction. We found out that vinegar (acid) and bicarbonate of soda (alkali) react and form a gas because they are so different. The children worked in groups and enjoyed reporting their Read more…

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