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On our new-look page, you will find all of our news and homework organised by type on a handy one-stop page!
|Routines in Falcons||Adults in Falcons|
|PE Indoor — Wednesday||Miss Taylor|
|PE Outdoor — Tuesday||Mrs Savage|
|Spellings — Monday||Mr Winters|
|Times tables — Monday||Miss Naylor/ Mrs Ross|
This Week’s Homework – Click the title for more.
To introduce our new topic, Brainwave, we would like you to teach your class mates a new skill. This skill can be anything: tying your shoe laces, origami, counting to 10 in a foreign language, sketching a butterfly, knitting, dance move, juggling, magic tricks, playing an instrument – anything which you can do really well …
This Half-Term’s Topic Homework and Knowledge Organiser – Click the title for more.
Please find below the knowledge organisers and homework grid for this half-term. 56 homework grid Earth as an Island Knowledge Organiser Earth as an Island KO UKS2 Classification Conn (Living Things 2020) Spring 1 Knowledge Organiser – MATHS Y5 Spring 1 Knowledge Organiser – MATHS Y6
Latest class news – Click the title for more.
We had so much fun splashing in the muddy puddles on our well-being day. We discussed how we felt at different times of the walk and focused our minds on certain senses. Both classes enjoyed discovering new places to visit on our doorstep.
For our exit point we played observational games. We had to use our memories, be aware of peoples actions and try to break the code. Ask your children to play some of the games with you.
Just a quick reminder that it is our muddy puddle day on Wednesday. The children have already been told and wrote a note in their planners. They need to come in their own clothes that they don’t mind getting muddy and appropriate footwear e.g. walking boots or wellies.
Falcons enjoyed teaching their peers different skills. They demonstrated sketching, sporting techniques, musical talents, magic tricks even how to wash your hands properly and many many more skills. Ask your children about what they learnt and see if they can teach you.
This afternoon, the children were given an opportunity to participate in a dance workshop, run by Liberty Arts. They did a whole group warm up and then separated into smaller groups to choreograph their own routine, which they then performed to each other. All the children involved thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Have a look for yourself!
Today, the Year 5 children spent the morning outside doing various different activities. They started out with team building games to get to know their teams that they would be working in throughout the morning. One of these games was ‘Cross the River’ which proved quite challenging! It required communication and tactical skill. They then …
We researched a particular historical era and presented our findings to the class. We had be-headings, Mummies, fighting in the trenches, a Trojan horse, groovy dance moves, Posh Victorians and much, much more… ask your children what they learnt.
Today, Year 5 were able to take part in a fantastic Science lesson where they were given the opportunity to dissect a pig’s heart and lungs. The children were really brave and had a go. A huge thank you to Mrs Bowman for coming in and helping with her expert skills. If you’re particularly squeamish, …
Welcome back! We hope that all of our families have had a wonderful Summer break. The children have come into school this morning looking extremely smart and have been excited to move into their new classes with their new teachers. The school has been a hub of activity with PE lessons, writing, maths and so …
On Thursday last week, we had a top secret visit – so top secret we’re only now allowed to tell you – from the Moon and a meteorite! Colleagues from Bradford Grammar School had been entrusted by NASA to look after a sample of moon rock and a piece of meteorite from the Campo del …