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A wonderful atmosphere was evident around school for World Kindness Day this Friday on 13th Nov. Thanks to our friends from ‘52 Lives’ for their input and we look forward to ‘Secret Buddy Week’ to support the national anti-bullying campaign. Good attendance since our whole school return. 96.1% across the whole school. Thanks for your great efforts. Our COVID-19 page is available on the ‘Parent' tab. This includes the measures that will be in place to ensure the safety of those on our school site. Please view these measures and follow the guidance outlined. REACH FOR THE STARS... POSSIBILITIES...MAKING A DIFFERENCE...BOOKS BUILD BRAINS... ADVENTURE... Our school is 'good' in all Ofsted Framework areas. Our most recent report indicates: 'Thoughtful, high-quality care contributes well to the happy and harmonious school atmosphere.'

Spring 1

Just a reminder...

 

Weekly Mathletics homework is set every Monday.

 

The children have their password in the front of their reading record.

 

https://community.mathletics.com/signin/#/student

 

Fractions

 

We used rods to find different fractions. We talked about a fraction being part of a whole and the parts being equal. We found halves, quarters and thirds.

Great Fire of London

 

We have been learning about where London was on a map and reading different sources of information. We learnt that 13,200 houses and 87 churches burnt down! Can you find any more facts about the Great Fire of London??

Homework projects

 

We have been really impressed with our homework projects and the dedication from the children. Thank you for supporting all of us and you childrens learning.

Computing - Internet Safety Day

The children having been learning how to stay safe online and learnt a song to help them remember.

 

‘Before you tap and click

Always stop and think 

And tell someone’

Stay safe online

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Science- Materials

 

We started our new science topic- all about materials. We started off by looking at unusual uses for materials such as a paper dress.. we talked about if this was suitable or not.. lots of us didn't think it was!

 

We then had materials in mystery bags and we had to find out what was in them by describing them. We used words such as transparent, opaque, brittle or rigid!

 

Can you find any materials around the house and describe them??

NSPCC assembly- staying safe

Design and Technology

Puppet making

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What a great start to the term!

 

This week we have been making our own owl puppets so that we can retell The Owl Babies story to Reception.  Watch this space to see our amazing sewing skills!

Sharing with reception

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