15/12/2015 at 6:23 AM
Please do come and join us for our KS1 Christmas performance,’Christmas Number 1.’
The show will be performed in the South Hall on Wednesday morning at 9.30am and then again on Thursday at 2.00pm.
Below is the show programme.
Here are the photographs from the programme.
13/12/2015 at 9:41 AM
We are very busy, but some of the things we have been doing are surprises!
You will find out more soon….
In Maths we have been busy working with fractions, folding shapes into halves and quarters, while also applying our knowledge of arrays and multiplication. The outcome of our work will become apparent soon!
We have also been busy doing some assessments and a special piece of independent writing about our own imaginary genie. The children drew some wonderful genies and then described them.
Please do come and see the KS1 Christmas Show.
Our performances are on Wednesday at 9.30am and on Thursday at 2.00pm
There will be a blog post with show photos, the programme and a special video on Tuesday.
The Year 2 Christmas Party is on Friday afternoon. As this week’s Ethos Statement is about making healthy choices, we are having a ‘festive fruity fun party!’
Your child has brought home a request for a donation of fruit, which the children will make into some very exciting fruit kebabs!
06/12/2015 at 8:18 AM
Click on the bauble to link to a Maths or fun logic game.
28/11/2015 at 7:21 AM
We have started to put our Christmas performance together.
We would really appreciate it if your child practised the songs and the dance at home. Click below for the words to the songs.
The children will also be bringing home a small booklet with the words next week.
Below is the Strictly dance which all the children are learning. The dance is quite challenging, but it has shown the children that if they practise something and do their best, they can achieve and that practise really does make progress.
21/11/2015 at 8:56 AM
The children from the KS1 School Council met for lunch on Friday and together we talked about bullying. We had all listened to the Anti Bullying assembly on Monday and reflected on what we had learned. I am pleased to say that the children felt that there were only a couple of incidents of bullying that they could recall happening in their classes and they were able to talk about how the situation had been dealt with and that currently they didn’t feel there was any bullying taking place in KS1.
We talked about how sometimes we may fall out with our friends, but that it is important to make up again and say ‘sorry’ to each other and that these incidents are not bullying.
We wanted to create a poster to display around school, so we shared our ideas and then decided to use the bee hive to put our messages on. Once the messages were on the beehive, we talked about the bee and decided it was important to leave the school ethos messages on the bee, as when we follow these we are also helping to create a bully free and happy place to learn in.
We will be sharing our poster with KS2 School Councillors, so they may decide to tweak it, but here is our original version.
21/11/2015 at 8:24 AM