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So who is Alan Leach?

So who will be running the Speed Quiz?? Alan Leach of course! Some of you (younger ones) may ask ‘who is Alan Leach?’ Well look above – Alan is here second from the left next to Tom Gladwin (another PG parent). These are extreeeeemely busy people currently...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Roll up, roll up! 

Speed Quiz tickets are now on sale – outside class 4 every day at 3.15pm. Do contact or message us if you want tickets delivering/ reserving especially if you are unlikely to be on the school run at that time. £10 gets you a fish and chip supper, a fun night out, a free...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Next week

In maths the children will be looking at money problems. In English they’ll be introduced to another new, exciting story… Show and Tell next week is Group 3. Please remember to bring reading records to school every day. Year 1 parents – there are still spaces...
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Spellings

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘ee’ phoneme and more specifically the ‘ee’, ‘ea’, ‘e_e’, and ‘ey’ graphemes. 
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Time

We have been tackling time this week and some of the children have managed to master 5 minutes past the hour. Keep practising at home to become terrific time tellers!
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Next week

In English next week, we will be exploring Oliver’s Fruit Salad and Oliver’s Vegetables by Vivian French which links to our topic of Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes. We’ll be applying our writing skills by using commas in a list and exclamation sentences linked...
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Homework

Spellings this week will revise the different ‘ee’ graphemes such as ‘ee’ for free, ‘ea’ for speak and ‘e-e’ split digraph for evening. The children have also loved learning about parts of the body in science so perhaps you could...
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Time for time!

We have been polishing up our time skills in maths this week by doing lots of practical work with the clocks. To begin with, we identified the minute and hour hands and counted round the clock in fives. We then used this information to help us make different times at the tables...
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Homework

Spellings this week are the sounds Year 1 ‘ee’ ‘ey’ ‘ea’ ‘e-e’ ‘u’ Reception  ‘oo’
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Using all the areas of provision

We love our areas of provision and being creative in the painting area. We are learning how to mix colours to create effect. 
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Beebots

We have enjoyed using the Beebots this week. We can program them using directional language. 
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Wanted Poster

Have you seen Grandma Swaggs? Our Wanted Posters will tell you exactly what she looks like and why she is wanted. Look out she could be anywhere in school. Beware! 
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Next week…

In English next week, we will be writing out our fictional obituary from our plans. Next week in Maths we will be revising Roman numerals and using them in different contexts.   Other notes Please remember to bring in your Eden Camp slip as soon as possible, if you...
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Homework Project

Remember that our next homework project will have a P.E. theme. We would like you to write and lead a short warm-up activity of approximately five minutes for a P.E. lesson related to our current hockey unit. You could use existing ideas such as follow the leader or you could...
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Next Week…

In English next week, we will be writing out our fictional obituary in neat. Next week in Maths we will be revising Roman numerals and using them in different contexts. In Class 8, you will be teaching your short lesson to your partner on Monday afternoon. Please come prepared!...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Homework Project

Your next homework project will have a P.E. theme. We would like you to write and lead a short warm-up activity of approximately five minutes for a P.E. lesson related to our current hockey unit. You could use existing ideas such as follow the leader or you could make up an...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Next week 

Maths – We will be looking at money, how to subtract and take away using different coins. We will be using lots of money to buy fruit and vegetables. English – As part of our topic work we will start looking at heathy eating. We will explore the story of...
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Letters from not so faraway (the day the classroom rebelled) !

Yesterday in Class 9 we received some angry letters from the classroom objects saying they were fed up of being treated unfairly and being used with no care. We got letters from different classroom objects: Mrs English book 📚 and Mr glue stick. We then wrote our own letters from...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Next Week

Next week we will be moving on to the next story from Oliver which is Oliver’s Fruit Salad! We will be making our own fruit salad and trying lots of different fruit. We will also be having a very special morning of art on Thursday morning related to our theme of Head...
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Next Week in Class 7

Next Week Next week we will be continuing to find out about York during the 2nd World War and will be studying first hand accounts We will be having a special maths lessons about the importance of numbers and what they can represent around the world Other Notes It will be our...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Homework Project

Remember that your current homework project has a P.E. theme. We would like you to write and lead a short warm-up activity of approximately five minutes for a P.E. lesson related to our current hockey unit. You could use existing ideas such as follow the leader or you could make...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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May the Force be with you!

Thank you to everyone who came to our Class Assembly on ‘Forces’ on Tuesday – we hope you enjoyed watching it as much as we enjoyed performing!
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Park Grove Log Book

We’ve been learning about the ‘Baedeker’ bombings in York during World War 2 and as well as carrying out historical research and writing our own newspaper reports, we’ve been studying the actual Park Grove log book from the time.  We’ve read how the...
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World Book Day

We had a fabulous time on World Book Day, as you can see by the wonderful costumes and props brought in!  On the day, we solved bookish maths problems and wrote a collaborative book of our own based on the marvellous ‘Oi, Frog!’
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 Next week in English we will be combining art and creative writing in a fun mini-project! In our topic lesson we will continue to learn about York in World War Two. In our Science work next week, we will continue to learn about how magnets are used in the...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Homework Project

Remember that your current homework project has a P.E. theme. We would like you to write and lead a short warm-up activity of approximately five minutes for a P.E. lesson related to our current hockey unit. You could use existing ideas such as follow the leader or you could make...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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