June 2019

In Woodpeckers today, we have celebrated European Languages Day. We started the morning by learning how to say hello in lots of different languages, and created some decorations for the classroom to help us remember these. Then, we chose Spanish as our language of focus. We learned how to say hello, good morning, good afternoon, …

This morning, we consolidated our knowledge of thousands by creating our own games. Check out the pictures below.

This half-term, our English lessons focus on ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’. Skylarks have enjoyed reading the story, asking questions and sequencing the story events. Today, we worked in groups to act out parts of the story. We divided up the roles of mother, tiger, Sophie and father and remembered as many key parts …

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On Friday afternoons, Falcons take part in a quick Taskmaster task to develop their creativity, problem-solving ability and teamwork skills. The Task: Create the tallest, lightest tower. Any further attempts over the weekend are always welcomed!

This week in Woodpeckers, we completed a vocabulary lesson focusing on some of the new key words that we are going to see pop-up consistently throughout out topic of Rainforests and Chocolate. To begin with, we read the new vocabulary and discussed their potential meanings. Then, we had a go at matching each word with …

Our first topic of the term in LKS2, is Rainforests and Chocolate. This week, we have kick started our learning, with an entry point all about rainforest masks. To begin with, we completed some research on Nixiwaka Yawanawa and his significance in rainforest art. Then, we completed some research on why tribes wear body and …

Today, we spent the morning familiarising ourselves with all the important words we’ll need for our Chocolate and Rainforest topics.

As our entry point for our new topic ‘Toys,’ the children arrived this morning to find that the classroom had been turned into ‘The Magic Toymaker’s Workshop!’ Not long after their arrival, we received a letter from him, explaining that whilst he couldn’t be there to greet us today (he was extremely busy making and …

Today, Herons practised writing, representing, comparing and ordering numbers to 20. We completed the lesson by recapping our number bonds to 10 and 20. Here we are enjoying our practical maths session!
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