Here you will find links to pictures, videos and other content from the class pages from earlier on in the school year…
We had a brilliant time performing our Christmas production ‘Lights, Camel, Action 2!’
We have been……….making Christmas cards, decorations, biscuits, had a party and met Father Christmas!
We finished our planets……
We used an Atlas in Geography and learned a song about ‘The Continents’!
We finished our 3D planets….
We had great fun this week. We had Christmas lunch on Wednesday……..
…….. and decoration morning on Friday!
Earlier in the half term:
We had a fab time at the pantomime this week. The children were brilliantly behaved and had a wonderful time.
We had a great time at Pizza Express.
We have had a busy week. We have been rehearsing for our Christmas play, thinking about our spelling – especially the Common Exception Words we have learned so far, adding and subtracting 10 in maths, thinking about dependency in Science and in History / Art we have started to make our planets.
We have thought about Guy Fawkes this week and the reason behind why we celebrate with fireworks.
We made some lovely world habitats in Science and were very creative ( and messy!)
We wrote some brilliant diary entries in English, imaging we worked on the moon. We did really well at remembering to write in first person too!
We had a brilliant day on Friday 1st November for our Lord’s Prayer Enrichment Day. We split into groups with children across the school and did a range of activities including learning a version of the Lord’s Prayer in song and sign language, made bread, wrote prayers, made an artistic representation of the Lord’s prayer and made things to hang in our school reflection area.
We have had a busy first week. The children have been identifying common and proper nouns in Literacy and we have started to look at the story ‘The man on the moon’, a text linked to our History topic.
In art and History, we finished our clay moon footprints by painting them.
We had a great first gym lesson with Tom on Tuesday. We loved using all of the equipment.
We also loved hockey later in the week.
Autumn term 1:
We planned and wrote our Big Writes, researched World Habitats in Science, made a footprint out of clay in History – like the first footstep on the moon, related facts in maths and used the inverse operation, cooked chocolate and beetroot brownies for the harvest celebration and had our photo’s taken.
Take a look at what we have been up to over the past few weeks – September 2019.
This week we went to Space and continued to learn about the famous explorer Neil Armstrong in History. We made ourselves into spacemen!
In music, we had great fun using the glockenspiels.
In Science, we had great fun creating habitats for minibeasts.
In History, we have been learning about the explorer Christopher Columbus. This week we made ‘fact boats!’
I have been really pleased with maths – the children have been building on last years knowledge of numbers to 100.
In RE the children have started to learn about the Jewish religion and saying sorry. The children experienced ‘Rosh Hashana’, a traditional Jewish celebration.
In art, the children have started to design their own leaf using pointillism.
We have been finishing our pointillism paintings.
We have been looking at conjunctions in literacy and played a game of ‘conjunction tennis’ on the playground. We also edited last weeks dream story!
In maths we have been ordering numbers.
In RE we have been making our own whales from story ‘Jonah and the Whale’.
In Science, we investigated habitats (and micro habitats) and looked around our local area (the school grounds).
In literacy, we have been writing our own dream story based on the story The Darkest Dark’. They were amazing! The children had to remember to use adjectives and expanded noun phrases. They also used ‘Kung Fu’ punctuation to help us remember full stops and capital letters.
We have enjoyed our tennis sessions with David Hall.
On Friday afternoons, we read with other classes in the hall. The first week Year 5 came and read with us, last week it was year 4.