We have enjoyed a super start to our new term with everyone settling down quickly after the excitement of Christmas.
We have chosen four children to receive special mentions this month as they have displayed the qualities required.
In year 3 we started our new topic of Plants. We made our class science display by putting parts of the plant up on our wall and talking about the jobs they do. It was fun!. Please ask us if you see us so we can show off what we have learned!
We talked about creation and we are going...
Today, year 4 conducted an experiment which demonstrated how food travels through and out of our bodies.
Weetabix, crackers and a banana were added to the bag and mixed with water ( which represented saliva). The bag was then squished and squeezed to represent being chewed by teeth. Orange juice ( acid from the stomach) was added before the 'chyme'...
Year 2 were very excited to find a picnic basket and our new class story: The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch! We shared the story and found out how Mr Grinling came up with a plan to get rid of the pesky seagulls. Some of us made a lighthouse at home! Thank you for all of your excellent work. We were...
Our new topic for Caritas is: Exploring our responsibilities for each other. We discussed whether we DID have a responsibility and read the story of Cain and Abel. WE then looked in the bible for evidence that Jesus commanded that we 'Love One Another'.
Each Kagan group then looked up a specific passage.
We had a lovely morning celebrating the achievements of some of our children in Key Stage One and Early Years. Nursery and Year 2 shared a song. Nursery sang along to the talented Miss O'Connor on ukulele. Year 2 signed a hymn they had been learning in class. Congratulations to all the children who received an award!
In Geography next term, our topic will be Climates of the World, therefore our holiday homework is to prepare the children for this topic. Please make sure your work is presented neatly as some work will be going on our class display.
Continue reading on a daily basis and keep practising your times tables.