We created our ownreoeating patterns using two colours and our challenge then was to use three colours. We found it a little tricky at first but we used threading beads and different shapes to help us.
In Year2 we have been learning about the sacrament of Baptism. The sacrament welcomes people into God's family
The Baptism candle represents that Christ is the light of the world. We were asked if we think Jesus is the light of the world. We share our answers with different people during a 'Speed Share'!
The Baptism candle represents that Christ is...
Today, the school was lucky enough to have a Book Bus visit. The Book People had a variety of books for the children to look through. Hopefully their visit has reminded the children of the importance of literature and variety of books which are out there.
Remember to read every night.
Thanks, Mr Barker.
Year 2 had a fantastic time at Staircase House! The children impressed the teachers with their knowledge of the Great Fire of London. We reenacted what happens on Sunday 2nd September, 1666! We also made our own firemarks and had the chance to learn about 17th century house construction by making our own wattle and daub panel!
Making wattle and...
In Year 5 today we were using manipulatives to prove our answers. The children did very well explaining why something was "Never, Sometimes or Always". The use of concrete materials gives the children a chance to visualise an answer. They also come up with different methods which creates a great conversation.
Thanks, Mr Barker
Today we were busy sorting triangles, squares, oblongs and circles. We even sorting stars, hearts, crosses and oval shapes. Our teacher was very proud of us. We had great fun making our shape monsters.
Today Year 2 received a letter from Detective Meg to solve a problem. Some donuts were left in her office so it was up to Year 2 to work out the number sentences! We looked at how we could use arrays to make number sentences with the donuts!
Today we had great fun being Shape Detectives. We had to look all around our school to find different shapes and record them on our tally chart. We looked for circles, squares, oblongs, triangles and even hexagons. Can you do the same at home?
These are the Year 5 children who received a Special Mention award. We have 4 Special Mention cushions such as, Superstar, Maths Magician, Brilliant Behaviour, Writing Wizard and Miss Oddie gives out a lunch time award to those who help others at lunch time.
Written by, Paige Bissell
Thanks, Mr Barker