To celebrate the end of our topic Year 2 had a medieval banquet, made crowns and practiced our Tudor dancing!
This term we spotted a dragon in our Year 2 classroom! We decided to write instructions for how to catch a dragon and now he is safely back home with his family. Great work Year 2.
Every morning, we start out day practicing our sentence writing skills. Each Friday we chose a Super Sentence Writer – somebody who has worked hard on their capital letters, finger spaces, full stops and handwriting. Congratulations to this week’s winner, although it’s tricky to tell who it is in his superhero disguise!
Today we read about Smartie the Penguin and helped him to make good choices along the way as he thought about staying safe when he used the internet. We made penguin masks and sang his mum’s song about internet safety: ‘Before you tap and click … You need to stop and think … And tell someone’.
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Today we started to look at subtraction in Year 1. We worked as part of small teams to look at problems and use counters to find out ‘how many left’. Tomorrow we will move on from using objects, and start to think of different strategies to find out ‘how many left’.
Thank you to all of the children who have already submitted their entries to our competition to design your own mural in the style of Michele Curtis and her ‘Seven Saints of Saint Pauls’. I can see lots of you have done a lot of research into the life of the person you would like to celebrate. The standard has been incredibly high. I have attached some examples for inspiration! Remember, the winner’s design will be featured in our school History display. If you would like to enter, please hand your design to your class teacher by Wednesday 21st October.
Year 3 became paleontologists today as we studied real life fossils! These fossils were found in Lyme Regis at the Jurrasic Coast. We discussed how you can see the fossil cast and the sediment within it as well as comparing shapes, sizes and colours of the different fossils. Have you ever been fossil hunting? Have you ever found been lucky enough to find a fantastic fossil?