Blog


A Roman, a Bishop, a robot and no pens!

No it's not the start of a bad joke, just another busy week in the life of Class 6!

We started off by revising and learning Roman Numerals up to 10,000 and recreated a number on the playground - can you work out what it is?

We were delighted to be visited by the Rt Revd Paul Slater, Bishop…

read more...

Posted by Mr Rugg on 5 October 2018

Category: Year 6

Tags: Class 6


No Pens Day

Class 1 did lots of speaking and listening on No Pens Day.  They listened carefully to the story of "Katie in London", before describing London landmarks to their partners who had to guess what they were thinking of.  The children were great at this, using lots of interesting vocabulary in their…

read more...

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 4 October 2018

Category: Year 1


Geography in Class 2

We have been recapping our knowledge about the countries which make up the United Kingdom and their capital cities. The children were super excited to use atlases to help them with their learning!

read more...

Posted by Mrs Stroud on 4 October 2018

Category: Year 2


Stars of the Week

read more...

Posted by Mrs Hilton on 4 October 2018

Category: Star of the week


No pens day!

During our celebration of speaking and listening for the nationally celebrated 'No Pens Day', we did some super investigations in Maths. We found out the approximate lengths of the Megalodon and the Hatzegopteryx and used metre sticks to recreate them on the playground using chalk. We were…

read more...

Posted by Mrs Stroud on 3 October 2018

Category: Year 2


No Pens Day

As part of No Pens Day (where the children put their pencil cases away and develop their speaking and listening skills) we used resources to prove our place value reasoning questions. Some of them really got the children thinking, changing their minds to agree with their partner and then…

read more...

Posted by Miss Ings on 3 October 2018

Category: Year 4


No Pen Day

Class 5 had an unbelievable No Pens Day! They put their active listening and speaking skills to great use so that we could all enjoy the day fully. As a whole, our favourite activity was voting with our feet.

The children were given the statement: 'Anyone can be a positive role…

read more...

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 3 October 2018

Category: Year 5

Tags: Class 5


RAG the vocab!

This week, we've been able to reap the rewards of using Spellodrome and daily spelling lessons. Our spelling rule was -ure words. We started the week with using our RAG the vocab table; put the words you don't know in Red, words you've heard but are unsure of in Amber and words you are secure…

read more...

Posted by Miss Ings on 28 September 2018

Category: Year 4


Parent Phonics Workshop

Thanks to all who joined us for the phonics workshop, here are the links to the videos that were shown;

Articulation of Phonemes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqhXUW_v-1s

Jolly Phonics Songs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei0iFs5uF6w

 

You may find these websites useful to use…

read more...

Posted by Mrs Pelc on 27 September 2018

Category: Reception Class

Tags: Reception


Art Attack!

We had a brilliant Art session on Friday focusing on complementary and harmonious colours, and mixing different shades and tones like the artist Paul Klee. This is in preparation for designing our own class logo representing brand 'Class 6', linking to our topic about the Global Economy and how…

read more...

Posted by Mr Rugg on 27 September 2018

Category: Year 6

Tags: Class 6


Stars of the Week

read more...

Posted by Mrs Hilton on 27 September 2018

Category: Star of the week


Where in the world?

As part of our Geography topic, we have been looking at the locational knowledge of Europe. The children have been using maps to identify the different countries and then look in depth at the United Kingdom; in particular county border lines. We look forward to learning more about Europe and …

read more...

Posted by Miss Ings on 26 September 2018

Category: Year 4