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Celebration Assembly

Class 2 had a busy celebration assembly this week with our SUPERSTAR of the week being recognised for his consistently fabulous attitude and hard work, followed by two super hand writers. We also had an amazing achievement to celebrate as a cycling superstar raised over £500 with his charity bike…

Posted by Mrs Pelc on 26 November 2020

Category: Class of 2018

Tags: Class 2

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No Pens Day

Yesterday was No Pens Day, and we loved it! 

We started the day off learning some BSL: we learnt how to sign the alphabet, our names and some simple greetings like 'hello' and 'how're' you. The children really enjoyed the opportunity to learn a new method of communication and many of them are…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 26 November 2020

Category: Class of 2015

Tags: Class 5 Science PSHE S&L

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No Pens Day

Class 2 have enjoyed 'No Pens Day Wednesday', first we explored multiplication by making arrays using a variety of objects. Then, during English we constructed sentences about Mary Anning. We focussed on re-reading each sentence aloud to ensure it made sense and there were some fantastic…

Posted by Mrs Pelc on 25 November 2020

Category: Class of 2018

Tags: Class 2 Maths English S&L

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Building shelters and testing materials

For No Pens Day the children were challenged to build a shelter for the man on the moon. Using their knowledge of materials, they worked in pairs explaining their ideas to each other before selecting suitable materials and constructing their shelters. Each one had to be freestanding, be big enough…

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 25 November 2020

Category: Class of 2019

Tags: Class 1 Design Technology S&L

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Talking about shape

Today was No Pens Day. The children all had a go at describing 3D shapes for their classmates to guess. They used great mathematical language such as faces, edges and vertices and were brilliant at giving the right answer.

 

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 25 November 2020

Category: Class of 2019

Tags: Class 1 Maths S&L

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Our Woolly Mammoths

Have you ever wanted your own woolly mammoth? If so, ask Class Three for a step by step guide on how to make your very own mammoth. For 'No Pens Day', Class Three had to follow a set of instructions linked to their English topic this half term.

Posted by Harriet Beaumont on 25 November 2020

Category: Class of 2017

Tags: English Design Technology Art

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Anti-Bullying Week

Class Three celebrated the start of Anti-Bullying Week with lots of funky, odd socks. Throughout the rest of the week, we completed lots of different activities to help us understand what bullying is, how we can stop it and why it is important to celebrate our differences.

 

Posted by Harriet Beaumont on 22 November 2020

Category: Class of 2017

Tags: Class 3 English PSHE

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Another Great Week

We have had a superb week in Class 5 this week. One of our favourite lessons this week was our computing lesson, which we did without any computers or iPads!! We learnt about algorithms and then tried following an algorithm to create a miniature dance/movement routine. The children showed some…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 20 November 2020

Category: Class of 2015

Tags: Class 5 Music Computing

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Year 1 Autumn Explorers

We took advantage of the sunshine today and went outside to  our wonderful nature garden. The children were spotting signs of autumn. They identified leaves, watched a wood pigeon eating berries and spotted a robin in the trees.   It was a lovely practical science lesson and we are very grateful…

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 19 November 2020

Category: Class of 2019

Tags: Class 1 Science Geography

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Space station

Our class space station is proving very popular with the children. It’s great to see them engaged in wonderful role play based on our history topic as well as choosing to do independent writing about what they have seen on their journeys through the solar system.

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 13 November 2020

Category: Class of 2019

Tags: Class 1 English History

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Shadwell Recycling Centre!

Class One are enjoying working in our provision areas, especially using their knowledge of materials to sort objects into groups in our new recycling centre. It’s great to see the children so engaged with their learning.  

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 13 November 2020

Category: Class of 2019

Tags: Class 1 Science

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Royal Mail

The children were so excited to receive a reply to their letters to the Queen this afternoon.  They were thrilled that their efforts were rewarded with a real letter from Windsor Castle and are now keen to do more writing. Well done everyone!   

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 13 November 2020

Category: Class of 2019

Tags: Class 1 English

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