After what seems like a very long time, Year 2 finally came back to school this week!
We were all ready for learning and did our first whole school write on Friday. Some of us hadn't used pencils for writing a for a long time and we had lots of achy arms and hands! I'm sure we'll soon get back…
This afternoon we have had lots of fun completing a science quiz. It created lots of talking points and we enjoyed finding out the answers. Here is the link if you would like to have a go at the quiz yourself https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OLdx6ffpPM
This afternoon the Key Stage 1 bubble have drawn a lion and a gorilla with Rob Biddulph - this is the website if you would like to have a go yourself at home.
This morning in the Key Stage 1 bubble we explored how to use a dictionary.
Questions you could answer at home:
Can you find the words which start with the letter P?
Can you find a word starting with the letter C?
Can you find the definition for the word…
Reception and Year 1 are using oil pastels, graphite and chalk to draw pictures of flowers.
As part of our Year 1 Design and Technology work we have been trying different fruits. This week we had to cut, taste, feel and smell; grapes, kiwis, apples and bananas. We also had to research interesting facts about these fruits as well.
As part of World Book Day Year 1 have listen to audio books from the World Book Day website. There are more on the website for the children to enjoy https://www.worldbookday.com/world-of-stories/
Today we have started learning about coding. We have used Purple Mash to write and correct codes.
In literacy we are reading the story The Gigantic Turnip, in this story the old man and old lady sow vegetable seeds. In science today we have looked at seeds and we are going to watch them grow in the classroom.
In year 1 the children have been using rulers to measure objects around the classroom. It’s been lots of fun and very interesting!
In Design Technology, Year 1 designed and made different animals, with some very effective results! Well done everyone.
Today in RE Year 1 learnt about the Mass. As a class we recreated the offertory, which meant children walked down the aisle carrying bread, wine, the collection of money and a candle. When they got to the priest he took it off them to turn the bread into Jesus body and the wine into Jesus…