As the Rugby World Cup is just around the corner we have decided to make Tag Rugby part of our outdoor PE sessions each week. Skylarks had their first taster session today, playing games that helped develop running, footwork and movement skills but without the bruises…well without as many bruises!
Year 1 This week Year 1 are bringing home a maths activity worksheet covering some of the work we will be doing in maths this term. Please allow your child to complete this as independently as possible – you may read the questions to them. Please return the worksheet the following Monday. You are welcome …
Year 1 This week year 1 have completed the maths skills check number 7. Stage 1 Check 7 Answers Year 2 This week year 2 have completed the maths skills check number 13. Stage 2 Check 13 Answers
Year 1 This week children have completed Grammar Hammer Skills Check 7. Please go through any mistakes your child has made. Year 2 This week children have completed Grammar Hammer Skills Check 13. Please go through any mistakes your child has made.
We’ve all had a fab day at Bradford Industrial Museum, there was so much to see and do. We learnt so much at the workshop and even had a go at weaving, combing, carding and drop spinning. The highlight for most the children was of course the double decker bus…
Today each class had the chance to become composers. We researched the life of Mozart and then worked in groups to compose a small piece of music. It was great fun working in groups and listening to all the different sounds we could make.
Year 1 Year 1 have got a phonics sheet to bring home and complete this week. Please go through any mistakes your child makes. Year 2 Year 2 have a reading comprehension about Prince Harry.
Year 1 Year 1 have got a phonics sheet to bring home and complete this week. Please go through any mistakes your child makes. Year 2 Year 2 have a reading comprehension about Women’s World Cup.
Eagles and Skylarks made the most of the glorious weather on Wednesday and joined up for a PE session outside, run by Miss Ingram and Mr Watters. It was great to see children working together from both classes.