Mrs Booth is SO excited about everyone returning to face-to-face learning tomorrow, she’s recorded a message in her tracksuit!!!
This year we entered a competition where the children were tasked with the challenge of researching, designing and creating a miniature ‘Show’ garden with a key emphasis on reusing plastics. In the UK an estimated 5.5 billion plastic bottles, 4.1 billion cups and 4.7 billion straws are disposed of each year. Half of all plastics are single-use applications. These figures highlight global concerns and worries about micro-plastics in our food chain. The children needed to design and create a miniature garden!
Our last poem of the Year! The children have worked really hard to learn this all off by heart! I am so very impressed with you all! Keep shining!
What a Racket! Performed by Year 2.
This week's overview of learning Monday 1st January
Brief outline of this week's learning! NEW WELLBEING WEDNESDAY!!!
Different strategies to work out division questions in Year 2 - using objects, drawing pictures, using our fingers to count the groups , skip counting to find the groups .
Year 4 have been learning this poem by John Agard and have done a wonderful performance.
We have made a short video to show you how we look after our class pets. If you have any more questions for Borys or Dovydas, send us a message on firstname.lastname@example.org and they will reply to you.
Performed by a small group of Year 5 children
Performed by a group of Year 5
A nonsense poem performed by year 6! This teaches us that poetry does not have to rhyme, or make sense!
What a fantastic read. Listen to the story of “the bad seed” Was he really that bad? Or was it a bad day he had? Remember its okay to not be okay!
Watch this short video of Mrs Clarke introducing week three lesson where we will have lots of opportunity to talk and sort pictures in an activity. Remember to take a look at all the attachments as these will help you think of good answers and help you with ideas of your own. Please remember to email in any pictures or work that you do, Mrs Clarke would love to add them to our class book.
Hello! I would like to share a brief clip of what topic each class will be looking and discussing this term. Please take a minute to watch Mrs Clarke in action, if you have any pictures or questions remember to use the school website and email them in. Thank you :)
Jimmy described what the Nessy programme is and how it has helped him on his reading journey.
A lovely little video that contains some important information about Transition for all year group!
A little “Hello” from Mrs Booth who has got all the details for how to keep in touch with school and how to access lots of lovely learning links!
I hope you're not scared of Monsters because in this story you never know what might happen!
Wow! Mrs Smith was so proud when she heard this reading that she just had to share it with you!
Information all about the minibeasts you might find in your garden! Have fun exploring over the week and why not create a picture, painting or even a mini project all about what you found out! Send me a message through the website or a photo through twitter / facebook! Can't wait to see what you get up to!
Mrs MacRae reading her favourite story 'We're going on a Bear Hunt!'
This week on Oak National Academy year 2 are revisiting fractions!
Mrs MacRae explaining what she us up to this term!
Powerpoint explaining, left, right, clockwise, anti-clockwise, full turn, half turn and quarter turns!
Which class will cover the most miles between Monday 18th May and Friday the 22nd May by walking, running or cycling for a maximum of 1 hour a day? Send your miles to Chris.email@example.com, to @Mr_C_Lee on Twitter or the school page on FaceBook. Remember to include your class name so your miles get added to your team!
Say hello to Mrs Toyne and her friend Manny Mouse!
Look at how a tree grows. Make bark rubbings.
Looking at leaves to identify trees and making a tree study.
Learn to identify a daisy and it’s parts. Consider how you can be inspired to do a range of activities focused on the common daisy.
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