## 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...
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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?
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## Next week

In English we’ll be carrying on looking at ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe’.  In maths we will be adding and subtracting multiples of 10 to a two-digit number.  It is Children in Need next Friday so the children are encouraged to come to school...
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## Next Week

Maths We will continue to look at partitioning, adding and subtracting.  English  We are really enjoying our book ‘The lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ and will use the characters to write our own story.  Children in Need  Don’t forget it is...
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## ICT

We love working on our new Chrome books to consolidate our learning. Here we are using a counting game to check our counting skills.
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## Place value

In Maths we are working hard to understand how to partition a number into tens and units. We used base 10 to help us see how a number splits. We think we need a little more practise but super effort all round.
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## Science

As part of our science topic on observing plants we discussed how we could observe a plant growing. We decided to plant a kidney bean or chickpea in a transparent cup and see what happens. We added a small amount of water and placed the bean in a dark cupboard. We can’t...
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## Forest schools

The Reception children took part in our Urban Buzz project and planted spring bulbs for a flower display next year. They all listened very carefully and did some great planting. Well done Class 2.
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## Spellings

This week we are revising all the split digraphes a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e and u-e.
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## Next week…

English In English next week, we will be continuing our writing linked to the Stone Age and will be finding out more about the mysterious Stonehenge. Maths In our maths lessons we will be applying our division skills, learnt from this week, to calculate percentages and the mean...
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## Homework Project

Your next project will have a Stone Age Maths theme! We would like you to write at least three Maths word problems related to the Stone Age.  You can make them as challenging as you wish, however please remember that each question must make sense and be possible to answer by your...
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## Discovering the cave of Lascaux…

As part of our topic, we have been exploring life during the Stone Age. In English this week, we read a story about a group of boys in France who stumbled upon an ancient cave, a cave that hadn’t been seen by anyone since the first inhabitants used it…in the Stone...
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## Interesting information!

Our new English topic this term is based on information texts, so to develop our understanding of the different features in information texts, we explored a range of them within our groups. It was also a great way to learn more about an element of our new topic: the Stone Age!...
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## Next Week

Next week in Class 1 we will be continuing to work on the story ‘The Gruffalo’ by Julia Donaldson, we will be thinking about describing what the Gruffalo looks like and how the mouse journeys through the wood. Please remember to bring back your slips for the trip to...
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## Homework

This week in phonics we have moved to some phase 3 sounds and we have learnt ‘j’ and ‘v’. Can you practise writing them at home and think of any words starting with them.
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## Counting dots

In maths this week we have used paint to print dots whilst counting them accurately. Some children counted carefully all the way up to 20!
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## Remembrance Day

This week in Class 1 we have been thinking about why we wear poppies and remembering all of the soldiers and the families affected by war. With Mrs Shelton in art we printed some poppy pictures using apples and we have also made some poppies of our own using coloured paper and...
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## Leaf Collecting

On Tuesday in Forest Schools we collected a wide range of leaves, there were some beautiful colours and shapes all over the ground. We then chose to put them in size order from biggest to smallest. The biggest leaf was very impressive!
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## Next Week in Class 5

Next Week in Class 5 English Next week in English we will start to read the story of ‘Ug, Stone Age Boy’. Spellings You have been given your spellings on Monday. Please practise them at home and complete the activity set in your homework books. Your spelling homework is checked...
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## Homework Project

Your next project will have a Stone Age Maths theme! We would like you to write at least three Maths word problems related to the Stone Age.  You can make them as challenging as you wish, however please remember that each question must make sense and be possible to answer by your...
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## Next Week…

English In English next week we will be continuing our writing on the Stone Age and will be finding out about Stonehenge. Maths In our maths lessons we will be applying our division skills, learnt from this week, to calculate percentages and the mean in different contexts. Other...
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## Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we will start to read the story of ‘Ug, Stone Age Boy’. Spellings You have been given your spellings on Monday. Please practise them at home and complete the activity set in your homework books. Your spelling homework...
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## Next Week

English In English next week we will be continuing our writing on the Stone Age and will be finding out about Skara Brae Maths In our maths lessons we will be solving some Stone Age word problems (remember that you’ll be writing your own for Homework this week) Other It...
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## Homework Project

Your next project will have a Stone Age Maths theme! We would like you to write at least three Maths word problems related to the Stone Age. You can make them as challenging as you wish, however please remember that each question must make sense and be possible to answer by your...
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We had a great reading session linked to our Stone Age topic on Wednesday and used a range of skills such as questioning, predicting, clarifying and summarising.  We created glossaries, made our own Stone Age quizzes and had the opportunity to examine and research artefacts from...
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## Check us out!

When Flipside Photography arrived to take our photographs earlier in the week, quite a few members of our class arrived wearing checked shirts!  We think it must have something to do with our earlier maths work on parallel, perpendicular, horizontal and vertical lines… The...
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## Perfectly Balanced

In our new gymnastics unit, we have been carrying out a range of partner balances.  We have had to make sure that we co-operate really well with our partners and have worked hard to perfect our moves!
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