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Monthly Archives: April 2016
Jupiter class have been using lego to build fraction towers. They look great!! Maybe this is something you could do at home too. Advertisements
Neptune Class continued the seaside theme in maths this week and decorated their windows with sandcastles that were topped with fraction flags. The children had to count how many squares were on each flag and then shade in a given … Continue reading
We have had some very interesting learning and enquiry homework sent in for our current seaside topic. It has been lovely to read all the memories of days out at the seaside in the past, from the children’s friends and families. (Click on the … Continue reading
The children have been using their grammar knowledge to identify nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs and similes that would be linked to things that may be found at the seaside. We have also been writing seaside poetry this week.
Now that summer term is here KS1 have decided that a trip to the seaside is a must! The teachers surprised the children by turning up on the playground after break dressed in their seaside get up and Mrs Carpenter … Continue reading
In KS1 we have been learning how to code in our Computing lessons. We have been using Purple Mash 2Code to make sea creatures move, control vehicles, move turtles on screen , create snail races and much more. We had … Continue reading