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Reception to Year 1 Transition 2022-2023
|Routines in Eagles||Adults in Eagles|
|PE Indoor — Monday||Mrs Gibson (M, Th, F)|
|PE Outdoor — Friday||Mrs Wright (Tu, W)|
|Spellings – Monday||Mrs Hill|
|Miss Santos (student teacher)|
Book Bag Days are Monday, Wednesday and Friday. More information can be found in the front of the children’s reading diaries.
Eagle Class governor: Peter Lewis
This Week’s Homework – Click the title for more.
KS1’s Fun Christmas Homework
We have been so impressed with the children’s progress this half term. They have worked incredibly hard and as a reward, we are setting this fun Christmas homework. So, down those pens, papers and homework sheets and get ready for family fun, eating and being merry! Wishing all of our families a wonderful Christmas. We …
KS1 Homework Grid and Knowledge Organiser Spring 2nd
Please find attached the Homework Grid for our topic this half-term, Our World. Please complete at least one activity from the grid over the next four weeks and send it back in to school to share. The Knowledge Organisers for Topic, Science, English and Maths Science are also attached. KS1 Homework Grid – Our …
School Council – World Poetry Day Competition
Today is World Poetry Day! To help celebrate, School Council have hosted a poetry writing competition. There were lots of amazing entries and they found it incredibly hard to judge! In assembly this morning, 2 winners were announced… Ruby from Herons and Luca from Woodpeckers. A huge well done to everybody that entered! Below are …
School Council – Chill Out Tuesday
After a successful term of running ‘Chill Out Tuesday’ for KS2 children, School Council have now swapped their club to allow Reception and KS1 children to attend. So far, it’s been very popular! The children have loved mixing with each other through playing board games, building models, reading, drawing, crafting and dancing (thanks to DJ …
Comparing numbers in Eagles
In Eagles today we have used greater than, less than and equal to symbols to compare two numbers within 50. Eagles put lots of effort in to choose the correct symbols to compare their two numbers.
Ephemeral art in Eagles
On Wednesday afternoon, Eagles created their own ephemeral art work inspired by Andy Goldsworthy. We looked at some examples of his work before venturing outside to create our own.
Eagles Practical Maths – One more and one less than a number to 50
In maths today, the children used concrete apparatus to find one more and one less than a number to 50. They recognised that they could use their knowledge of numbers to 10 to support their understanding (1 more than 6 is 7 so 1 more than 36 is 37) and began to use a 0-50 …
World Book Day 2023
What a great day! Eagles have had lots of fun reading to their Bear Buddies today. We pretended it was night time in our tent and read by torch light. Our Puffin buddies joined us again and read to us.
Big Battery Hunt Update…
Thank you to those who have been bringing in their dead and used batteries across the past few weeks. So far, we have recycled a total of 2553! A big thank you also to our school council team who have been out recycling the batteries at various recycling points after scores have been totalled in …
Eagles Topic ‘Our World’ – The Seasons
This afternoon in Eagles we learnt about the four seasons. Using props, we learnt about the kinds of weather and things we might see during the different seasons. We sorted some objects correctly, created our very own season wheel and discussed all the new things we had learnt!
Eagles Practical Maths
We have been using different equipment to represent multiples of 10. We recognised that there are 10 ones in 1 ten. After that we represented multiples of ten pictorially.
Big Battery Hunt Competition – Recycle your used batteries with us!
The school council have signed us up to join in with Duracell’s big battery hunt. Duracell are encouraging pupils up and down the country to recycle their batteries instead of putting them in landfill to help make our planet greener and cleaner. They’ve set schools a challenge to try and collect and recycle as many …
Eagles Entry Point – Our World
Today saw the start of our new topic – but what was it going to be? Today, the children were given an orienteering challenge. Using a simple orienteering map and key, the children had to find letters hidden around the school site. Once all of the letters had been found, our new topic would be …
School Council Celebrate Pancake Day!
Happy pancake day! As part of our school council meeting today, we were given a very special treat as a thank you for all of our hard work so far this year. They were delicious!!
Puffins and Eagles Buddy Up!
As part of Children’s Mental Health Week, we have reintroduced our buddy system across school. Puffins and Eagles have been lucky enough to be paired up together and this week, we were able to meet up twice! On Monday, we just introduced ourselves and got to know our buddies. On Friday, we were able to …
School Council – Food Bank Collection
Ed and the School Council would like to say a HUGE thank you to Team Tranmere for all of the wonderful donations that have been given for the food bank. Everyone has been so generous and we know that this donation will make a big difference to those in need.
Safer Internet Day in Eagles
As part of this year’s theme ‘Want to talk about it?’, we first discussed the wide range of ways in which we use the internet and the ways in which the internet can be accessed. The children brainstormed their ideas in pairs. We then discussed how when we access sites online, some of our information …
KS1 Exit Point – Journeys and Transport
Today we concluded our topic ‘Journeys and Transport.’ The children planned a very exciting trip to Cancun, Mexico. Completing a carousel of activities, the children experienced three different tasks. Whilst working around the classrooms, the children planned their route and methods of transport, identified activities that visitors could take part in whilst in Cancun and …
Poetry in Eagles
In Eagles, we have been looking at different animal poems. We have discussed the 3 important R’s: rhyme, rhythm and repetition. The children chose their favourite animal poems to perform. They picked Undersea Tea and Monkey Tricks. We rehearsed in small groups and then performed as a whole class. We talked about reading clearly and …
Eagles Class – Oceans of the World
Today, Eagles class have been learning about the 5 Oceans of the World (Pacific, Atlantic, Arctic, Southern and Indian). After watching a clip from ‘Blue Planet’ by David Attenborough on the wonders of our oceans, the children developed their geographical understanding by naming the 5 oceans and set to work, locating them on their globes. …
National Storytelling Week Competition
This week is National Storytelling Week. To help celebrate this, the School Council have hosted a storytelling competition. Those who wanted to enter needed to write a story (true or made up) and hand it in to their class councillor. On Friday, the councillors got together to choose a selection of their favourite stories. These …
Where in the World? – KS1 Geography
As part of our Geography learning this half term, the children have been learning about the 7 continents of the World. To help them retain this key information, we decided to get creative! Today, the children have created their own globes using a blue balloon. They have carefully placed each of the continents onto their …