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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we’ll be reading the book ‘Stone Age Boy’ and completing a range of writing linked to this story. Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at fractions and solving problems linked to this.   Reading Please remember to bring...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Homework Project

For your next homework project, we’d like you to design a poster for a Winter party taking place in the Stone Age era. Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class. It should include details of when and where the party is; what is happening...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next Week in Class 5

Next Week in Class 5 English Next week in English we’ll be reading the book ‘Stone Age Boy’ and completing a range of activities linked to this story. Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at fractions and solving problems linked to this.   Reading Please remember to...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Thank you….. but…

Thank you for all of the tombola prizes, and sweets and to the volunteers signing up on the sheet for the Christmas Fair. We still need more so do keep it all a trickling in. Just half an hour of your time helps the event to run smoothly and prevents others having to give 1hr...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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The Bronze Age

Well done to Class 6 for wonderful ideas and enthusiasm in our tricky to understand Bronze Age lesson! You were all super and tried so hard. You enjoyed touching the artefacts from the Bronze Age, especially the sword! 
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Minster Choral Performance

The children sang their hearts out at the Minster this week! They all really enjoyed the experience of singing in the Minster as it was echoey and they had to fill the large space with the sound of their voices! Well done for fantastic behaviour and for representing Park Grove so...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next week

In English next week, we will be learning about poetry and writing our own Christmas poems. In maths, we will be continuing to revise our addition and subtraction skills, particularly when using a hundred square to jump the tens and units. We cannot wait to perform our Christmas...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next week 

English – We are looking at poetry and reading poems using an expressive voice. Maths – We will continue to consolidate our addition and subtraction skills. Nativity Performance. The children have been working very hard and can’t wait to show all the parents...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next week

In English we will be looking at poetry. In maths we will be focusing on addition and subtraction.  The first school nativity is on Wednesday at 5:30pm and the second one is on Thursday at 9:15am. Please make sure your child brings any clothes into school that they need for...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Homework Project

For your next homework project, we’d like you to design a poster for a Winter party taking place in the Stone Age era. Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class. It should include details of when and where the party is; what is happening...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next week

Next week we will be making Christmas cards in maths, reading about the Jolly Christmas Postman in Literacy and even writing a letter to Santa.
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Homework

Our homework this week is to practise the new sound ‘qu’. Have a go at sounding out the words that start with qu, you can use sound buttons if it helps you.
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Christmas Stockings

This week we have all made a Christmas stocking to make an advent calendar. There has been great cutting and sticking from everyone. We can’t wait to see the surprises that are inside.     
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Homework Project…

For your next homework project, we’d like you to design a poster for a Winter party taking place in the Stone Age era. Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class. It should include details of when and where the party is; what is...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next Week…

English Next week in our writing we will be linking more work to our topic and exploring Stone Age houses! Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at converting units of measurement, and in particular looking at the conversion between miles and kilometres. Other Notes Getting...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next week…

English Next week in our writing we will be linking more work to our topic and exploring Stone Age houses! Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at converting units of measurement, and in particular looking at the conversion between miles and kilometres. Other Notes Getting...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Measuring our muscles 

In science this week we learnt about how muscles work in pairs. We then carried out an experiment to find out what happens to our muscles when they contract. We measured our upper arm when it was relaxed and then again when it was contracted. Finally we recorded the data we...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Homework Project

For your next homework project, we’d like you to design a poster for a Winter party taking place in the Stone Age era. Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class. It should include details of when and where the party is; what is...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Mega maths!

What a busy maths morning we’ve had in class 9! We’ve developed our times tables knowledge, learnt about mixed number and improper fractions before finally exploring shapes with some visitors from York St John…a very mega maths morning indeed! Class 9 –...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Spelling 

The sounds this week are:  or, aw, al, au, 
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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St Johns students

Class 2 were very lucky to have some trainee teachers visit and play maths games on Monday. They brought some fabulous resources and the children really enjoyed their learning. Here we are making shapes using different materials. 
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Is greater  than / is less than 

Using the greedy crocodile to help us we worked with numbers to find ‘greater than’ and ‘less then’.  We practised on whiteboards using building bricks before we wrote in our books. Well done Class 2 as this can be abit tricky. 
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Making clay faces

In Forest schools the Reception children made clay faces using various materials they found in the woods. Please come and have a look at them in our classroom. They are amazing! 
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Fabulous shapes…

On Thursday morning, we were very fortunate to have students from York St Johns University come in to teach us a range of shape based tasks.  
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Terrific Table Tennis!

The Table Tennis Ladder League semi-finals took place on Wednesday. After two fabulous matches, Class 8’s Reuben  will play Kian in the final, which will be played on Tuesday 6th December in front of the whole of Key Stage 2.
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Rockin Research!

This week in English we have been researching about different Stone Age artefacts. Each child wrote a formal information card about an artefact, writing as an expert!   
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next Week

English Next week in English we’ll be working on the book ‘Coming Home’ by Michael Morpurgo which is all about a robin’s journey home for Christmas Maths In maths next week we’ll be revisiting written calculation methods and will be solving Christmas...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Homework Project

For your next homework project, we’d like you to design a poster for a Winter party taking place in the Stone Age era. Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class. It should include details of when and where the party is; what is...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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