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KS1 Homework

Each week, children will bring home a weekly homework sheet and new spellings to learn. We will alternate between Maths and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPaG)/Phonics worksheets.  Homework will be sent out in book bags on Mondays and should be completed and returned by the following Monday. Please send this homework back into school, noting …

Please find attached the Knowledge Organisers for this half term including those for Maths, English, Science and this half term’s topic ‘We Are What We Eat.’ Also attached below is this half term’s homework grid linked to our topic work. On here you will find a variety of homework options. We kindly ask that each …

Throughout our topic, we have been learning about various structures from around the world (including towers) and have been thinking about what makes them stable. The children have been taught a range of strengthening techniques and today, utilising this key knowledge, they designed and made a freestanding tower. The children attempted this activity 6 weeks …

As part of our design and technology work this term, Eagles, challenged themselves to make a 3D structure out of spaghetti and marshmallows. The children worked independently, but helped each other out when needed. Eagles had a great attitude and didn’t give up even when it was tricky. They were very resourceful in making their …

World Book Day 2024 | 07 Mar 2024

What fantastic book characters we had in Eagles today! We had a busy day reading for pleasure and sharing our favourite books. We buddied up with Puffins to share our reading and got the Y5s to read to us. We took some time to make our own bookmarks using stencils and used these to track …

Skylarks class have been investigating structures from around the world. They worked in groups to try to identify the type of structure, what it was made from and most importantly what made it stable!The children came up with some brilliant ideas and noticed that for many structures, the base is wider than the top, helping …

To complete our English unit on instructions and recipes, we followed instructions to make jam sandwiches. Afterwards we wrote our own instructions for others, making sure that they were numbered, started with an imperative verb and gave enough information. The jam sandwiches were delicious.

Today was our final performance of ‘The Angel Who Nearly Missed It All’. KS1 did brilliantly and made us all proud. Here are photos of all are fantastic performers. Well done KS1! The Angel who nearly missed it all Programme 2023

As part of our topic work we have been working on our weaving skills. The concentration was impressive. We have also created our Christmas cards using the same technique. They will be coming home soon for you to enjoy.

As a team we have created sand sculptures of things we might see at the beach or in the sea. We used different tools to create texture and pattern. We completed our sculptures by adding shells and pebbles.
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