On Friday afternoon, we joined the rest of our school for assembly in the hall. We joined in with our school prayer and one of our friends showed Mr. Mountcastle his swimming certificates and badges.
Our maths focus last week was shape. We did lots of different activities with shapes and we also used the interactive white board for the first time to play a shape game. We had to be patient as everybody wanted to have a go. We took turns and we all enjoyed it.
This week we made shaker bottles. This was one of our phonic activities but it also helped us to use our fine motor skills and our gross motor skills! We used our bottle shakers as we sang to some movement songs, we did lots of shaking, stretching and moving!
This morning we had a fantastic music assembly from Marc! We really enjoyed singing, copying actions, dancing and thinking of our superpowers!
We are super proud of all the children in Reception who have got changed for P.E. and run the mile twice already since the start of term. Well done children!
Class 6E have been impressing me with their acting skills in RE. We freeze framed the return of the prodigal son and imagined what the people in the story would have said.
We have read a fantastic new story called, ‘How to Wash a Woolley Mammoth,’ we even had a go at washing some mammoth fur (faux of course) and used lots of imperatives verbs! It was great fun!
6E have been looking at major cities from a bird’s eye view. They have identified patterns in these settlements.
Last week we listened to (and watched) the story of the Gingerbread Man. The children agreed that they would like to make one of their very own, so this week we did! They were very tasty too!