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Homework 

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘igh’ phoneme in words and variations may include ‘ie’ for fried, ‘i-e’ split digraph for time or ‘i’ on its own for kindly. Also, Abacus homework will allow the children to practise their time...
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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Exploring our senses 

As part of our Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes topic, we have been extending our knowledge about the body by learning about our five senses. First, we named and discussed the senses and which part of the body we use for them. We also considered what life would be like if we were...
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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English artwork

After reading Oliver’s Vegetables, we began creating our own allotment artwork inspired by illustrations from the story! First, we sketched our pathways then began adding different fruit, vegetables and objects to the surroundings. We’ll be activating the watercolours...
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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Fruity lists!

We read the story of Oliver’s Fruit Salad and used commas to list all of the different fruit in the story. Some of us also used expanded noun phrases to describe the fruit too!   
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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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...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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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...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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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...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Cops and Robbers

We’re continuing our work on stories by Allan Ahlberg by reading the story of Cops and Robbers! We read the stories with a partner and identified the rhyming words and then chose our favourite page. We had to try really hard to use good expression when we read the story by...
Posted On 06 Mar 2017
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World Book Day

We really enjoyed World Book Day last week! To celebrate, we shared all of our props and costumes, wrote book reviews, created split pin skeletons and designed bookmarks. We also, of course, shared lots of stories!  Some of us even got prizes for our costumes and bookmarks!      ...
Posted On 06 Mar 2017
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Next week

In English, we will be learning about another story by Allan Ahlberg… Cops and Robbers! We will be describing the range of characters in the story and writing a letter to Grandma Swagg. In maths, we will be solving addition and subtraction word problems then working on our...
Posted On 02 Mar 2017
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Homework

Spellings this week will be on the ‘ai’ phoneme in words. Graphemes may include variations such as ay for play, a-e split digraph for flame and eigh for eight. The children have been trying really hard to join their letters so please encourage your children to write...
Posted On 02 Mar 2017
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Seasons

In Class 4, we’ve been talking about the weather and how the weather changes in Winter. We had to write about the clothes, trees and daylight in this season and then draw pictures to show our ideas as well. We thought it was interesting that the sun seems lower in the sky...
Posted On 02 Mar 2017
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Funny Bones

For the next two weeks we will be learning about stories written by Allan Ahlberg and this week we are reading Funny Bones! In English, we read Bumps In The Night which was a story about how the skeletons frequently bumped into each other and injured themselves! Afterwards, we...
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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Easter story and pancake making!

Welcome back to Park Grove everyone! We hope you all had a great half term. We loved our first day back in Class 4 as we learnt all about the story of Easter and made our own pancakes! First, we watched Miss Thomas carefully and learnt how to follow the recipe correctly. Then, we...
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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Next week 

Please note that we will be on half term next week and we will be returning to school on Monday 27th February. Our new topic will be…Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes! We’re looking forward to learning all about the body. In English, we will be doing some work on Funny...
Posted On 16 Feb 2017
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the split digraph graphemes for ai, ee, ie, oe and ue as we have been revising all of the spelling rules so far. Abacus homework will be focussed on 3D shape properties; the children have really enjoyed this this week so it would be great for...
Posted On 16 Feb 2017
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Class 4 composers!

We have learnt a lot about music this half term and we can now listen to and describe pitch and tempo. We then put this into practise by composing our own music linked to the weather and we had a choice of thunder, snow, rain or the sun. We had to think carefully about our choice...
Posted On 16 Feb 2017
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Library trip

We really enjoyed visiting the library on Tuesday afternoon! When we arrived, a gentleman explained all of the different areas of the library and how you need a free York card to take out books; we learnt that you can take up to 20 books out of the library at one time! He then...
Posted On 14 Feb 2017
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3D shapes

We’ve been learning all about 3D shapes and their properties this week. First, we began by naming them confidently before starting to describe their properties. To do this, we had to look at the shape carefully and count how many faces, vertices and edges each shape had. To...
Posted On 14 Feb 2017
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Next week

In English next week, we will be continuing our work on instructions and writing instructions of how to create a bridge linked to our Science work. We will also be writing a letter from Goldilocks back to the bears apologising for her actions in their home; the children really...
Posted On 09 Feb 2017
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘ear’ phoneme in words. Alternative spellings may include ‘eer’ for deer’ ‘ere’ for here and ‘ier’ for pier. Abacus homework focuses on fractions of shapes this week. The children must...
Posted On 08 Feb 2017
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Bridge building

As part of our topic Happily Ever After, we built our own bridges like in the Three Billy Goats Gruff! Before we began making them, we discussed what our aim of the investigation was and thought of a prediction of which material we thought would be the strongest and why. We then...
Posted On 08 Feb 2017
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Phonics games

We were very lucky to have some students from York St John university come into our class to play different phonics games with us! Here are a few pictures of us enjoying their activities…         
Posted On 07 Feb 2017
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Fun with fractions! 

This week in maths, we’ll be learning all about fractions. First, we discussed that a fraction is equal parts of a whole shape, object or number. Today, we just looked at shapes and learnt about halves and quarters. To do this, we carefully folded the shapes in different...
Posted On 06 Feb 2017
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Next week 

In maths next week, we will be learning all about fractions and finding fractions of shapes, objects and numbers. In English, we will be writing a letter to Goldilocks as if we are the Three Bears and explaining how they felt when they discovered Goldilocks had broken into their...
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘air’ phoneme and could contain alternative graphemes such as ‘ear’ for pear, ‘are’ for dare, ‘ere’ for where and ‘eir’ for their! Perhaps you could write a sentence about Goldilocks...
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Data handling 

We’ve been learning all about data in Class 4. We first discussed that data is information which can be gathered and we then began thinking of different data we could collect, such as favourite colours, types of pet and eye colour. After that, we worked with a partner on a...
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Goldilocks and the Three Bears

We really enjoyed acting out the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. However, we didn’t just retell it, we improvised our own speech and came up with our own conversations which could have happened between the bears and Goldilocks! It was a lot of fun using different...
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Capacity 

This morning, we had lots of fun beginning to learn about capacity! First, we discussed what we already knew about measuring water and how it is measured in millilitres and litres. Then, we experimented with lots of different containers and made sure we looked at the numbers on...
Posted On 30 Jan 2017
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Next week

In maths next week, we will be learning about capacity and using containers practically to measure water. We will also be developing our data handling skills by exploring 2Graph on Purple Mash as well as drawing our own block graph! In English, we will be learning about...
Posted On 26 Jan 2017
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘oi’ sound in words, this will also include ‘oy’ for annoy. We have done some work on conjunctions in class this week, such as using because, or and but to make our sentences more interesting. Perhaps you could...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Problem solving 

We practised our teamwork skills today by working in our ‘home’ groups to solve a length problem! We had lots of different pieces of string muddled up and it was our job to order them from smallest to biggest. We also had to use cubes, rulers and meter sticks to find...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Class 4 coders!

We have been using Purple Mash to develop our coding skills this week. To do this, we had to drag arrows into a flowchart to direct the character around different mazes. Some of us were really confident and completed different challenges with our partners! Perhaps you could log...
Posted On 24 Jan 2017
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Addition

We applied our partitioning skills today to help us add two numbers together. Some of us ‘counted on’ using number lines and hundred squares, whereas others learnt a new method to first add the tens and then the units. At the end of the lesson, we read a fairytale...
Posted On 23 Jan 2017
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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...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘ow’ phoneme. This will also include ‘ou’ for cloud! In your homework books, why don’t you practise partitioning numbers in different ways like we’ve done in maths? Try and think of at least two different...
Posted On 18 Jan 2017
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The Three Billy Goats Gruff

As part of our topic Happily Ever After, we have begun learning about a different fairy tale… The Three Billy Goats Gruff! We’ve used drama work in class to help us understand the story and some of us filmed our group using an iPad! We then began to retell the story...
Posted On 18 Jan 2017
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Partitioning

Weve been using base 10 in maths this week to show how many tens and units a number has. We’re now beginning to learn how to record partitioning in different ways such as 70+2= 72 and 60+12=72!      
Posted On 18 Jan 2017
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All about Einstein!

We had a fabulous afternoon learning all about the famous scientist, Albert Einstein! We worked in pairs to highlight fact sheets before writing the ideas in our own full sentences. We then tested our knowledge at the end by completing a quiz all about his life. To finish the...
Posted On 17 Jan 2017
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Next week

In English, we will begin our work on The Three Billy Goats Gruff and use drama work to learn the story. In maths, we will be developing our partitioning skills using base 10 resources practically and then recording how many hundreds, tens and units a number has. It will be...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘er’ graphemes which will also include ‘ir’ for skirt and ‘ur’ for nurse. Please ensure your child uses at least one of their words in a full sentence and that they try to use neat joined up handwriting. In...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Material properties

In science, we explored different materials and used our senses to describe them. We even tried to bend, push and fold the materials to see if they were weak enough to be changed, like cardboard and paper. Here’s a picture of us discussing the different materials as a...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Three Little Pigs stories 

We wrote some fantastic stories in our English books this week! We listened very closely to advice about sentence openers which make our writing more exciting to read and Miss Thomas was very impressed with us! We’ve also got our drama pictures up on on our topic display;...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Hot seating

To deepen our understanding of the story of The Three Little Pigs, we worked in groups to think of questions to ask the characters. We made sure we asked open-ended questions to get the best answers, such as “Can you tell me what happened when the wolf came to your...
Posted On 09 Jan 2017
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Next week

Next week in English, we will be continuing our work on The Three Little Pigs and using drama work to develop our understanding of the story and characters. We will then describe the characters and retell the story using a story map to sequence the key events. In maths, we will...
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ar and ure graphemes. Examples may include farmer, carpet, injure and picture. In your homework books, how about retelling the story of The Three Little Pigs? Focus on putting the key events in the story in the correct order! 
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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What’s the weight?

In maths this week, we have been doing lots of practical work weighing objects! We began by placing two objects in our hand and comparing which one was heavier and lighter. We then began estimating how much we think an object would weigh by holding small weights in our hand, such...
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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Welcome back!

Welcome back to Park Grove everybody, we hope had a fantastic Christmas and New Year! We’re excited to get stuck into our new topic… Happily Ever After! We will be working on The Three Little Pigs, The Three Billy Goats Gruff and Goldilocks and the Three Bears. What...
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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Happy holidays!

A final notice that there will be no homework sent out over the Christmas period and school will finish at 2:30pm today! We will return to school on Wednesday 5th January. Have a fantastic Christmas!
Posted On 15 Dec 2016
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Party time!

We had a fantastic time at our Christmas party! We played corners, pass the parcel then gathered in the corridors and had our delicious party food. We then had a very exciting visit from Santa Claus! Thank you very much for all of your kind contributions towards the party, they...
Posted On 15 Dec 2016
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Activity booklets

As Christmas is less than 2 weeks away, we have been getting in the Christmas spirit in Class 4! First, we all sat in a circle and spoke about what Christmas means to us, what we’re excited for and what we are grateful for. We then began completing different activities in...
Posted On 13 Dec 2016
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Model making!

In the run up to Christmas, we will be spending time finishing off our Design and Technology project… Making our own vehicles! We looked at our plans carefully and began drawing and colouring our design onto our templates. We then cut around our nets carefully using...
Posted On 13 Dec 2016
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Next week

In our final week before the Christmas holidays, we will be completing a range of different maths and English activities to get us in the festive spirit! Activities will include writing a letter to Santa and following instructions to create a Christmas decoration. It will be our...
Posted On 08 Dec 2016
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Homework

This week’s spellings will focus on the ‘or’ sound in words, similarly to last week but this time with the o letter in. Examples may include our for four, ough for bought and ore for store. As always, please encourage your children to use these words in...
Posted On 07 Dec 2016
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Whoops a Daisy Angel!

After many weeks of rehearsing, we finally performed our fantastic nativity this week to all of our families! The children told the story of a clumsy angel who had the important job of telling everyone that baby Jesus had been born. We were unbelievably proud of all of the...
Posted On 07 Dec 2016
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Christmas Poetry

This week in English, we are learning about poetry. First, we discussed the style of poems and how they are based on a theme such as the weather. We also discussed rhyming words and how words which rhyme have the same sound at the end. Afterwards, we paired up and read different...
Posted On 06 Dec 2016
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Belonging in Class 4

In RE, we discussed what ‘belonging’ meant and which groups we belong to. Lots of us spoke about going to Rainbows or sports club outside of schools as well as belonging to Park Grove School and being part of our own families. We then wrote about this and described...
Posted On 05 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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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘aw’ phoneme and variations may include ‘al’ for walk, ‘augh’ for daughter, ‘au’ for haunted and a on its own for call. Also in your homework books, you could retell the story of the Polar...
Posted On 30 Nov 2016
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Polar Express invitations

In English this week, we wrote a special letter to invite other people to come on the train and visit the North Pole. To do this, we planned our ideas using bullet points and covering the key information such as the time it will set off and the food and drink served on board. We...
Posted On 30 Nov 2016
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Marvellous maths!

We have been continuing developing our number skills in Class 4 by partitioning numbers then using this skill to compare them by using the more than, less than and equals symbols. We had to look closely at the hundreds, tens and units and place the correct symbol in between to...
Posted On 29 Nov 2016
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Vehicle designing

In design and technology this half term, we will be creating our own vehicles! This afternoon, we discussed what a vehicle was and listed examples such as aeroplanes, boats and coaches. We then decided if we wanted to create a car, bus, train or van and designed what we wanted it...
Posted On 28 Nov 2016
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Next week 

Next week in English we will be continuing our work on The Polar Express and writing our own story of where the train might take us. In maths, we will be continuing to develop our addition and subtraction skills. It will be green groups show and tell next week, please bring in...
Posted On 25 Nov 2016
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the wh and ph sound in words. Please encourage your children to use these words in sentences too! 
Posted On 25 Nov 2016
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Cress growing 

We’re doing an investigation to see which is the best place in the classroom to grow cress seeds. We have made predictions about where we think will be best and why and we’re looking forward to finding out the results!      
Posted On 25 Nov 2016
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Nativity practising

We’re working hard rehearsing for our upcoming Nativity performance. Here’s a sneak preview picture of us using the instruments whilst singing along to the songs!      
Posted On 25 Nov 2016
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Railway Museum trip

Despite the extremely wet weather, we had a fantastic trip to the National Railway Museum! We explored all the different areas and we were particularly interested in the Flying Scotsman and the Eurostar. We also went on the viewing platform and got to wave at the passengers on a...
Posted On 21 Nov 2016
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Next week

In English, we will be beginning to learn about the story of The Polar Express. We will be retelling the key events and writing a diary entry in the first person as if we were the main character. In maths, we will  be developing our number skills further by comparing numbers...
Posted On 17 Nov 2016
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Homework

As we have been revising all of the rules taught so far in phonics, there will be no new spellings to practise this week. However, please encourage your child to look through their spelling book and pick out at least five spellings which they feel they need to practise again....
Posted On 17 Nov 2016
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Science investigations

This half term, we are learning all about plants and what seeds need to grow successfully. Last week, we planted beans and we will be monitoring their growth by filling in diaries up until Christmas. We will also be planting cress seeds and investigating which ones grow the best...
Posted On 16 Nov 2016
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Story planning

This week, we have been planning our own story linked to Narnia. We first created our own character and then used a story mountain to write ideas for our beginning, middle and end. We’re excited to begin writing our stories tomorrow!       ...
Posted On 15 Nov 2016
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Human or physical feature?

In our final Geography lesson of this half term, we learnt about different features in and around York such as the Minster and the River Ouse. We had to decide whether they were human features (built by people) or physical features (which are natural). The children understood the...
Posted On 14 Nov 2016
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Next week

Next week in English we will be continuing our work on Narnia and creating our own story through the wardrobe inspired by the tale! In maths, we will be developing our skills of adding and subtracting multiples of 10 using resources to help us. We will be celebrating...
Posted On 10 Nov 2016
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the five split digraphs. Examples may be make, theme, fire, home and huge. When you’re reading with your child, perhaps you can look for split digraph words too? 
Posted On 10 Nov 2016
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Journey artwork 

Today we looked at Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s and drew bridges inspired by his work linked to our topic of ‘Journeys’. We drew on maps and used rulers accurately. Here’s some of our work…      
Posted On 09 Nov 2016
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2D shapes 

Last week, we did some fantastic work on naming and describing shapes. By the end of the week, we were able to name them with confidence and describe how many sides and corners they have. Come and see our work on our maths display and see for yourself!     ...
Posted On 08 Nov 2016
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Fabulous phonics 

We’re revising split digraphs this week in phonics and we’ve already been impressing Miss Thomas with how much we can remember about this rule. Today, we focussed on the a-e split digraph and recapped how the final sound in the word comes in between the a and the e...
Posted On 07 Nov 2016
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Welcome back!

Welcome back to Park Grove everyone, we hope you had a lovely half term break! The children have come back ready to learn and they all had lots of stories to tell us about their time off. Our new topic is ‘Journeys’ and we’re excited to find out more about how...
Posted On 31 Oct 2016
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Half term

Half term will begin on Friday 21st October until Monday 31st October. Please remember that school will be closed on Friday for a staff training day. Our new topic will be all about transport and we will also be learning about fantasy settings on the run up to Christmas! The next...
Posted On 19 Oct 2016
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Street art

Linked to our topic Up Our Street, we’ve been doing some of our own street work by creating colourful houses. We first drew the outline with black pens for a bold finish before using paint carefully with brushes to add colour. We’re really pleased at how effective...
Posted On 19 Oct 2016
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Theatre trip!

What a fantastic day we had at the theatre! In the morning, we completed lots of different drama activities linked to the story of Underneath a Magical Moon, such as pretending to be the characters and drawing a map of Neverland. After lunch, we then created our own pirate hats...
Posted On 18 Oct 2016
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Doubling

In maths today, we learnt that ‘double’ meant two lots of a number. We applied our skill of counting in 2s to double different numbers and we made sure that our answer was an even number. Some of us had to match up a double jigsaw by finding the two pictures then...
Posted On 17 Oct 2016
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Next week

In maths this week, we will be learning about doubles, halves, days of the week and months of the year. In English we will be recounting our wonderful Harvest Festival. We will also be focussing on the story ‘Peace at Last’ and doing some hot seating to question the...
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Spellings

This week, spellings will focus on the ‘igh’ sound in words. These may include variations such as ‘ie’ for pie, ‘y’ for fly,’i’ for kind and ‘i-e’ split digraph for time. Please encourage your children to use these words...
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Harvest Festival 

We had a fantastic time at St Thomas’ church celebrating harvest! All of the children sang brilliantly and made us very proud. It was lovely to come together to be thankful for all of the food and experiences we have. Thank you to everyone who came and watched or helped us...
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Counting

We’ve been doing lots of counting in Class 4 recently, particularly at the start of our maths lessons using different voices and choosing our own numbers from the 100 square. Today, we began noticing patterns in the different sequences such as how the numbers in the 10 X...
Posted On 11 Oct 2016
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Groves walk

As part of our topic ‘Up Our Street’, we went on a walk around our local area to identify different features including St Thomas’ church, local shops and the park. We discussed where things were along the way using our knowledge of compass directions. Here are...
Posted On 10 Oct 2016
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Next week

In English next week, we will be reading and retelling a story called ‘Mrs Honey’s Hat’. We will then be changing the events slightly and creating our own version of the story. In maths, we will be focussing on counting in different sequences and learning how...
Posted On 06 Oct 2016
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘ai’ phoneme and may include variations such as ‘ay’ for away and ‘a-e’ split digraph for cake. Perhaps when you are reading with your child this week, you could also search for ‘ai’ words in...
Posted On 06 Oct 2016
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Addition and subtraction

We’re working hard in maths this week to develop our add and take-away skills. Here’s a few pictures of us searching for number bonds in calculations to solve the problems quicker!                 
Posted On 05 Oct 2016
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School council elections

We voted for our school council reps on Tuesday in the library. We thought carefully about the one boy and one girl we thought would be the best and discretely posted our votes in the box. We’ll be finding out who has been chosen this week!      
Posted On 05 Oct 2016
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Health and Wellbeing week

We kicked off our Health and Wellbeing week by having a special sports session with some visitors from America! First, we discussed the word ‘respect’ and thought about the ways we can respect our bodies to keep them fit and healthy. We then played a game of tig; if...
Posted On 05 Oct 2016
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Next week

We will be developing our addition and subtraction skills in maths next week and learning how to use different methods to solve a range of calculations. In English, we will be reading  a story named ‘The Tunnel’ and coming up with our own alternative ending to...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘ee’ phoneme in words and may include variations such as ‘ea’ for bead, ‘y’ for happy and the ee split digraph in Pete. Please note that the spelling only needs to be practised once in the...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016
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Split digraph practise

In phonics this week, we have been learning about different ways of spelling the ‘ee’ phoneme. One of the ways we have learnt is using the e-e split digraph. We worked together by holding hands to show how the two e’s make one sound and the final sound in the...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016
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Emotional dancing!

In dance this week, we worked on moving in different ways to demonstrate a range of feelings. We thought carefully about our actions with a partner and performed our routines to music. Can you guess what emotions are being shown in the pictures below?    ...
Posted On 27 Sep 2016
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Measuring

In maths this week, we are learning about how to measure the length of different objects. Some of us built cube towers then counted the cubes to find out how long the object was, whereas others used rulers to measure in centimetres and millimetres. Here are a few pictures of us...
Posted On 26 Sep 2016
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Next week

In maths next week, we will be learning about measuring length and using rulers accurately. We will also be spending a few days learning about patterns and directions too. In English, we will be reading the story ‘On The Way Home’ and completing activities based on...
Posted On 22 Sep 2016
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Homework

Spellings will be sent out for the first time this week. Your child’s spelling book will have words which contain particular phonemes which we have practised in phonics that week. This week, we have practised ch, sh, th and ng so the words they will practise will...
Posted On 22 Sep 2016
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Drama workshop

We were lucky enough to have a visit from the director and actors of the upcoming performance of ‘Under the Magical Moon’, soon to be performed at the York Theatre Royal! We spent a full hour with them joining in with all sorts of different activities including...
Posted On 21 Sep 2016
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