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You will find all of our news and homework organised by type on a handy one-stop page!

Skylarks class routines letter Y1 2019-2020

Skylarks class routines letter Y2 2019-2020

Routines in Skylarks Adults in Skylarks
PE Indoor — Friday Miss Bell
PE Outdoor — Monday Miss Dibb/Miss Marriott
Spellings — Monday Mrs Chavda
Times tables — Friday Mrs Titchmarsh
Mrs Hill
Mrs Martin

Class governor: To be allocated September 2019

This Week’s Homework – Click the title for more.

KS1 homework – 14.10.19

Please complete the SPaG homework sheet provided. Homework to be returned next Monday. Please can we remind you that all Topic homework is due in by Friday 18th October, the link is below. Topic Homework Grid-Hooray Let’s go on holiday Autumn 1st 2019    

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This Half-Term’s Topic Homework & Knowledge organiser – Click the title for more.

KS1 Topic Homework Grid and Knowledge Organisers Autumn 2019

Please find the links below for KS1 homework grid and the knowledge organisers for this half term. Topic Homework Grid-Hooray Let’s go on holiday Autumn 1st 2019 Hooray Let’s Go On Holiday – Knowledge Organiser- Autumn 1st Cyc 2 2019 English Knowledge Organiser Y1 Autumn Maths Knowledge Organiser Y1 Autumn 1st English Knowledge Organiser Y2 …

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Latest class news – Click the title for more.

Skylar’s Missing Note

Key Stage One had an extra special treat this morning. Mrs Holland very kindly arranged a music workshop for the children to learn all about dynamics, pitch, rhythm and tempo through the wonderful, imaginative story of Skylar’s Missing Note. We’ll let the children tell you all about the missing note and the pesky pigeon! ​​​ …

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Skylarks – Memo for parents

Tomorrow children have been asked to bring in their favourite toy to school. We are going to be doing some descriptive sentences about them. Please nothing expensive, thank you.

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Skylarks Entry Point

As part of our new topic ‘Hooray! Let’s Go On Holiday’, we set up a travel agents and invited children in to act out different the roles. 

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Skylarks – Tag Rugby

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!  

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Welcome Back!

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 …

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When you’re not quite ready to leave your current class…😭😩

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KEY STAGE 1 EXIT POINT 

Key Stage 1 have been learning all about the history of music this term. We have listened to bands from the past such as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones; talked about how music can affect mood and why we choose to listen to music in the first place. Overwhelmingly – it seems – Tranmere …

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KS1 Exit Point Reminder

On Monday morning at 9.10am, all children from KS1 will be performing our ALPT art entry to parents. The children have been asked to come in their own colourful clothes for the day. We will register the children as normal and then perform on the KS1 playground, facing the steps. At 1pm some of the …

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KS1 History Workshop

Jacob Phillips from Codswallop CIC, came in to school today to help the children learn more about the history of Guiseley, especially Guiseley Theatre. It was a whistle stop tour of facts and key information of how Guiseley got its name, who paid for St Oswald’s church to be built and who gifted the Guiseley …

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Year 2 to Year 3 transition evening

We hope all of the parents who were able to make it to the Y2-Y3 transition evening found this useful. For those who couldn’t, please find the presentation we delivered below. If you have any questions, please just speak to a member of the Y3/4 team. Year 2 to Year 3 Transition meeting 2019

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KS1 Entry Point

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…    

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KS1 People of the Past Exit Point

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.  ​

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Top Secret Visit from the Moon!

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 …

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Eagles and Skylarks buddy up for PE

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. 

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KS1 Entry Point and Muddy Puddles

All of KS1 carried out a scavenger hunt around the banks. They had to find out the names of famous people from the past, what job they did and pick one interesting fact. The children were great investigators and worked really well in pairs. Ask your child about the people they have learnt about. For …

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KS1 Homework – 23.04.19

Year 1 Today we are sending home a phonics sheet for homework for you to do with your children. It was 20 ‘nonsense’ words on one side and 20 ‘real’ words on the other. Please encourage your child to segment and blend together, going over any of the mistakes they make. Year 2 Today children …

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Key Stage One Muddy Puddle Day

    Key Stage One took full advantage of the Easter sunshine and did a superb job looking after their school grounds and the surrounding area.            

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Skylarks Exit Point 

Yesterday we all followed instructions on how to build a car. We had lots of fun making them and then making them personal by adding decorations to them. We tested them going down ramps to see how far they would travel. 

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Skylarks Entry Point 

As part of our topic work ‘From A to B’ we designed and made our own rockets. We thought carefully about the materials we should need and how to join components together. It was great fun launching them. 

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Destination Judo – Skylarks 

Destination Judo is Britain’s largest children’s judo school.  This morning they came in to offer Skylarks a taster session. As you can see from the photos we had great fun…

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World Book Day in Skylarks 

We have had a great day learning about each other’s favourite books and characters.  We the heard there were some golden tickets hidden around school so went on a hunt for those.  We also met up with our buddies and read and played games with them. 

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KS1 Muddy Puddle Day

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KS1 Muddy Puddle Day

Thursday 14th February is our Muddy Puddle Day in KS1.  Please can all children come in their own warm clothes, rather than school uniform. They will be outside for most of the day so they will need gloves and hats too. We are planning to be on the banks so be prepared for all the …

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Circus Workshop – Exit Point 

Jay, from Blooming Circus, came to teach KS1 how to do lots of different circus skills. We had a great day and had lots of fun juggling balls, balancing feathers, spinning plates, doing tricks with the flower sticks and balancing on an unusual bike. Jay made it look really easy, but he showed us lots …

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Kingfishers and Skylarks Buddy afternoon!

This afternoon Skyarks were invited in to watch Kingfishers perform the poems they had written.  Kingfishers did a great job and Skylarks were a fantastic audience. 

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Teaching Students in Eagles and Skylarks

We would like to welcome Mr Watters to Eagles and Miss Ingram to Skylarks. They will start their teaching placement on Monday and be with us for most of the spring term.

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Vocabulary Extravaganza

We are always coming across new words during the school day and have been learning different strategies to find out the meanings of them. This morning Skylarks were reading fact sheets about whales and were asked to highlight any words they did not know the meaning of. We then used a dictionary to search for …

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Skylarks Circus Entry Point

To start our new topic off we have introduced ‘The Circus’ by watching various clips of circus shows online. We loved watching the children’s reactions to some of the acts. Just look at their faces. We then introduced the children to some of the equipment used in the circus. We used our PE session to …

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Skylarks Muddy Puddle Day

Yesterday Skylarks had their ‘Muddy Puddle’ morning. We have been learning all about living things and habitats. We went outside in groups and designed and made a bug hotel. Whilst we were making them we spotted mini beasts starting to make their way inside. A great success! 

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Year 2 – Reading List

Please click the link below for a recommended reading list for Year 2 children. Whilst not exhaustive, it does add further titles to the reading lists sent home last year. Suggested reading list for Year 2 pupils | KS1 | Age 6-7  

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