Growing In Faith and Learning
Robins have been by planting cress seeds and tasting different fruit / vegetables. In English they have produced full sentences and in Maths they have been looking at the names of shapes. They have also had a visitor who taught them all about what it is like to be blind. Our new outdoor construction and music areas have opened this week and enjoyed by all.
This week Kingfishers have been finishing off their topic on Explorers and writing their own poetry using Spike Milligan for inspiration. Next week they will begin their new topic of Minibeasts using an exciting book as the basis for their learning. In Maths they are busy exploring capacity and mass in practical ways.
Owls have been learning about capacity and reading different scales. In English they have looked at the features of a play script and have begun planning their own. In computing lessons, they have started to plan their own stop motion animations which have been a lot of fun. In Art, they have created their own colour wheels by mixing colours.
Kestrels have been converting metric units in Maths this week and have enjoyed learning about this undertaking practical Maths. In English, the children have been writing a recount of their fantastic Greek Day. In DT children have been painting their Greek vases. The new science topic ‘Electricity’ is proving to be a favourite and children have been building circuits.
It has been quiet here at school as Falcons have been having a brilliant time at Standon Bowers undertaking a range of exciting activities including caving, kayaking, orienteering, high ropes and lots of team work and games.
Congratulations to all the children who received a Headteacher's certificate in family worship this week:
Lacey Morgan for trying hard to count 1:1 objects.
Eva Heathcote Gill for playing nicely and sharing with others.
Joseph Tregaskis for brilliant Van Gogh inspired work.
Elsie Owen for being an all-round superstar.
Mazie Tedd for improving her presentation and for some great capacity work in Maths.
Zac Goodwin for following instructions and for working extremely hard.
Beau Holder for his amazing weaving.
Tabitha Blackwood for her concentration and stamina.