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Next Week in Class 5

Next Week in Class 5 English Next week in English we’ll continue to read the book ‘The Lion and the Unicorn’ and learn what happens to the main character Lenny. Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at areas of maths which we need to work on including fraction of amounts and...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Next Week

Next week we will be moving on from The Three Bears to The Three Pigs in our topic of traditional tales. Can you remember the story and have a go at telling it at home? There are still some spaces to sign up for Stay and Play next Friday and please remember to check the notice...
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Homework

In your homework books this week there are the sounds ‘ng’ and ‘th’ to practise. See if you can think of any words with these sounds in.
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Making Bird Feeders

On Tuesday afternoon in Forest Schools we decided to help out the birds who might be struggling to find food in the winter time. We made lots of bird feeders to hang in the trees for the birds and we also observed and counted how many birds we could see in the trees.   
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Making Porridge

On Wednesday afternoon we had the fun task of making porridge like the three bears! Everyone did a great job of weighing the ingredients, giving it a good stir and then helping to eat it. We even added some honey to make it extra tasty!            
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Table Tennis Tournament Draw – Third Round Fixtures.

Table Tennis Tournament 3rd Round Fixtures – January 2017
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Table Tennis Tournament – 2nd Round Results

Shamim v Manon 11-2 11-6 Lucas v Isidora 11-2 11-0 Connor v Betsy 4-11 3-11 Lina v Junior 1-11 0-11 Toby v Logan 11-7 11-6 George v Ellen 11-8 14-12 Alexander v Rosa 11-2 11-5 Ben MW v Sophie 11-9 4-11 4-11 Chloe H v Millie 1-11 4-11 Joseph v Dylan 11-8 11-7 Elliot v Reuben 3-11...
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Spellings

Spellings this week will be looking at the ‘ow’ phoneme with a focus on the ‘ow’ and ‘ou’ graphemes.
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Spellings

Spellings this week will be looking at the ‘ow’ phoneme with a focus on the ‘ow’ and ‘ou’ graphemes. 
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Next week

In English the children will carry on looking at the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. In maths they will be continuing to look at partitioning and will be exploring length. Show and Tell next Friday is Group 3. The children have been set an activity to do on Abacus and it...
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History lesson

We loved finding out all about a wonderful scientist called Albert Einstein. We made a fact sheet all about his life but didn’t understand why he never wore socks! 
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Next week 

English – We will be exploring the story of Goldilocks and The Three Bears. We will, of course, be making some porridge and writing our instructions.  Maths – We will be exploring addition and also looking at recording length.  Science – Lots of...
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Next week 

In English next week, we will be creating our own story similar to The Three Billy Goats Gruff and creating a wanted poster for the grumpy, terrible troll! We will also be doing some grammar work on conjunctions, such as ‘I’m’, and encouraging children to use...
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Spellings 

This week we are learning the sounds: ‘ow’ ‘ou’ ‘ough’
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Partitioning numbers

After lots of hard work with the base 10 rods we can now partition a 2 digit number. We can write it in our books showing the tens and units and the sum to put the number back together again. Brilliant fun. 
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The Three Billy Goats Gruff

We are becoming excellent at acting out our stories and using lots of expression in our voices. The wolves in Class 2 certainly know how to roar and our story ended happily ever after. We are becoming very confident at story telling and even invented a new character to live under...
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Repeating patterns 

We used 2d shapes to create repeating patterns using two, three and four shapes. We were able to say what a repeating pattern is and name the shapes too! 
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Next Week…

English Next week we are going to be planning and starting to write our own flashback story related to World War 2, inspired by our reading of Carrie’s War. Maths In maths next week, we will be looking at shape in more detail and exploring volume! We will also be delving into the...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Next week…

English Next week we are going to be planning and starting to write our own flashback story related to World War 2, inspired by our reading of Carrie’s War. Maths In maths next week, we will be looking at shape in more detail and exploring volume! We will also be delving...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Homework Projects…

Thank you all for your wonderful research projects based on people who took part in the Second World War. For your next task, we’d like you to think about how people on the Home Front supported the war effort by growing their own food, salvaging waste or making do and mending...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Table Tennis Tournament 2nd Results

Shamin v Manon 11-2 11-6 Lucas v Isidora 11-2 11-0 Betsy v  Connor 11-4 11-3 Junior v Lina 11-1 11-0 Toby v Logan 11-7 11-6 George v Ellen 11-8 11-3 Alexander v Rosa 11-2 11-5 Sophie v Ben MW 9-11 11-4 11-4 Millie v Chloe 11-1 11-4 Joseph v Dylan 11-8 11-7 Reuben v Elliot 11-3...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Next Week in Class 5

Next Week in Class 5 English Next week in English we’ll continue to read the book ‘The Lion and the Unicorn’ and learn what happens to the main character Lenny. Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at areas of maths which we need to work on including fraction of amounts and...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Homework Project

Thank you all for your wonderful research projects based on people who took part in the Second World War. For your next task, we’d like you to think about how people on the Home Front supported the war effort by growing their own food, salvaging waste or making do and mending...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Homework Project

Thank you all for your wonderful research projects based on people who took part in the Second World War. For your next task, we’d like you to think about how people on the Home Front supported the war effort by growing their own food, salvaging waste or making do and mending...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we’ll continue to read the book ‘The Lion and the Unicorn’ and learn what happens to the main character Lenny. Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at areas of maths which we need to work on including fraction of...
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Creative Carrie’s War

This week we have been reading Carrie’s war. This book is based on an evacuee who went to the countryside throughout World War Two (our topic). We’ve (as a class) read up to Chapter 5; in that chapter the main characters went/fell into Mrs Gotobed’s house where...
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Next Week in Class 7

English In English next week we will be continuing our work on ‘Carrie’s War’ by Nina Bawden Maths In maths we will be looking at division methods Spellings You have been given your words of the week.  Please be ready to put them into sentences in our lesson...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Homework Project

Thank you all for your wonderful research projects based on people who took part in the Second World War. For your next task, we’d like you to think about how people on the Home Front supported the war effort by growing their own food, salvaging waste or making do and mending...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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