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Elm Catch up

21st September 2018

Posted 26/9/2018

Elm Class were excited to begin learning British Sign Language as part of their reflected lessons. The children learnt to finger spell their names and discussed how they felt about their learning at the start and end of the lesson. We talked about what strategies we could use to keep improving.

 

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14th September 2018

Posted 18/9/2018

Elm class  have worked hard on their understanding of expanded noun phrases this week and have developed their cooperative skills so they can work      effectively together. Some brilliant ideas were shared and discussed with     everyone taking part. Well done Elm Class!

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Last Week Catch Up 7.9.18

Posted 10/9/2018

Welcome to Elm Class!

The children have made a great start and I cannot wait to get stuck into the year ahead.

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Last Weel's Catch up 6.7.18

Posted 11/7/2018

Jupiter Class have looked at their shadows this week. They investigated how their shadow changed over the course of a day by measuring the length of their shadows at different points in the day.  The children then wrote up their own conclusions and created a line graph from the results. Our shadows got smaller and then began to grow again. Our discussions took us onto seasons, orbits and the moons phases.

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Last Week's Catch Up 29.06.18

Posted 3/7/2018

The highlight this week has to be our Learning Party all about the Romans. The assembly shared our knowledge and skills and showcased the brilliant children. The activities were brilliant to observe and I have had a good time looking through the photos. Well done to all involved and thank you for your support and engagement the children had a fantastic morning!

 

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 22.06.18

Posted 25/6/2018

This week in Jupiter Class the children began their construction of their very own Roman siege equipment. The PVA glue was tricky to work with and using string to hold parts in place was challenging. However, with perseverance, the children have built their designs based on Roman equipment.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 15.06.18

Posted 18/6/2018

Another busy week to the new term! Three exciting projects underway with melting  chocolate in science, pilum (javelin) throwing in PE and designs for Roman siege equipment well underway. Ask your child which they have enjoyed most! My personal highlight this week has been watching the children coaching and reflecting on their own progress and learning: they all threw further and all their graphs were neater. Great job Jupiter Class.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 08.06.18

Posted 11/6/2018

Such a busy week for Jupiter Class with cricket day, tennis coaching and starting our new topic on the Romans. The whole class thoroughly enjoyed the tennis coaching with lots of hard work demonstrated. The tennis team performed admirably in the tennis competition on Wednesday. Well done to all in Jupiter Class on another fantastic week.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 25.05.18

Posted 4/6/2018

Last Friday Jupiter class had Royal Wedding Cookies to make. They did a superb job of working together in their groups to create their own cookies. The children measured their own ingredients and mixed the batter. After their work they wrote up instructions on what they had done. Finally they got to enjoy a taste of their own handiwork. A great day.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 18.05.18

Posted 21/5/2018

This week Jupiter class have explored the world of the deep sea. They have seen investigations that show that pressure increases the deeper you go in water and have written about their understanding. They have spent time producing a short piece of drama to illustrate their knowledge in the form of a Deep Sea Dive. The film trailer we produced was very exciting!

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