Snow Day- 2nd March 2018 Mrs B’s Snow Day competition I will give a small prize for the best book themed snowman/woman/animal/whatever built on your snow day. Email entries to me via the office (firstname.lastname@example.org). Bored? Have you tried… This great … Continued
We continued with our Fractions work by using halving boards to find half of an amount or quantity. We practised using counting objects and tally marks to share the whole number into two equal halves.
We went on a fractions hunt around the school grounds. We used chalk and ribbon to show how we can ‘chop’ a shape or object to create two equal halves. We thought very carefully about the word ‘equal’ and what … Continued
As part of our Science work on Everyday Materials, we did an investigation to see which material would be best to use for Tommy Turtle’s umbrella. We made a prediction and then decided how to test each material in a … Continued
As part of our work on Safer Internet Day 2018, we followed the story of Buddy the dog who helped his owner Ben to make safe choices when using his tablet. We helped Ben to make good choices and we … Continued
On Thursday we had some special visitors in Collective Worship to tell us about an exciting event that is happening in the village in March, and they introduced a project that we are going to be working on as a … Continued
We have been learning about measuring including capacity. We have explored using non-standard units to see how much each container can hold. We used cubes and spoonfuls of sand to measure and compare each container.
Dear parents and carers, We have decided that in order to ensure the safety of our children and staff, we will not be opening the school tomorrow (Monday 11th December). That does unfortunately mean that years 1 and 2 will … Continued
On Friday afternoon we had a very exciting afternoon! To prepare for our trip to the theatre next week to see Jack and the Beanstalk, we had an afternoon of exploring this story through art, drama and outdoor play. First, we … Continued