We have been learning about how to keep our teeth healthy. Mrs Holdship talked to us about the best foods to eat, what not to eat and how to brush our teeth. We hope all the children will have lovely, clean teeth now!
We have been working on our Reporters topic and we had a very interesting visit from Mr Grouts-Smith to tell us about his time as a reporter. In Maths we have had amazing investigations about different weights & measures.
We have been getting ready to write our newspaper reports. Mr Grouts-Smith visited Bats class to tell us all about being a journalist and his interview with 'George Stephenson'. We have also been learning about position and direction, half turns and North, South, East and West in Maths.
Owls have pretended to be reporters in the 19th century and written some great articles about Thomas Edison and Joseph Swann.
Foxes were very excited at the beginning of the week as the last of the caterpillars turned into chrysalides. We are now anxiously waiting for them to emerge as butterflies.
Badgers class loved our first swimming lesson of the year. We had so much fun, especially when we were allowed to blow bubbles under water! We can't wait for next week.
We have had a busy week in Hares class this week! In English, we enjoyed looking at the "Great Kapok Tree" and we can't wait to write our own extracts next week. The highlight definitely has to be making our 30 rainforest models! We used lots of different materials and techniques. Hopefully you will see them in the corridor some time soon!
We learnt a new way of planning our writing by using symbols to understand words and then we acted out the symbols with our hands.
Golden Eagles have been working hard learning about the present perfect and past progressive tense and algebra in Maths.
We loved creating Japanese inspired spring blossom pictures in art. In English, our minds were challenged with getting to grips with the past and the present prefect tenses, as well as the past and present progressive tenses!