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Elm Catch up

Last Weeks Catch Up 08.02.19

Posted 20/2/2019

Elm class have continued with their work on electrical circuits. They have created and tested series circuits. I was really pleased with how the children worked in their groups and treated the equipment with respect. Well done Elm Class.

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 01.02.19

Posted 6/2/2019

This week Elm class have looked at how to make a circuit. They discovered how to use a cell, wires and a bulb to make a simple series circuit. The children began completing challenges; who could make a circuit that made a noise, who could make a circuit that lit up and moved and who could make a circuit with a bright bulb.

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 25.01.19

Posted 30/1/2019

This week the children have enjoyed science where we explored the basic principles of a circuit. We used circuit maker breakers to model a electronic circuit using ourselves as the wires. We began looking at what materials we could hold at the same time. We then recorded our results in the form of diagrams. The children were full of enthusiasm for science and were very excited to use the practical equipment.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 18.1.2019

Posted 23/1/2019

Some fantastic learning behaviours on show in Elm Class this week. We have worked hard on our poetry with some wonderful imagery.  Our poems sing and dance from the page. We have also  developed our observational skills in science and proven that the water cycle exists. We used scientific language in our discussions and were inspired to ask relevant and exciting questions about our learning.

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 21.12.18

Posted 7/1/2019

Well, Elm Class deserve a huge well done for the way so many have worked this week. I have really challenged their independent working skills as we have worked through our final outcomes to an amazing topic. Our Anglo-Saxon shields and Christmas cards look brilliant and contain so much work. Our stories and nonfiction writing showcase our skills and finally we have posted our letters to Kings Church. Merry Christmas!

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Last Weeks Catch Up

Posted 20/12/2018

In Elm Class this week we are working hard to finish our presentation work and our DT Anglo-Saxon shields. We have made our shields by gluing paper strips together in a pattern to add strength to what is a weak material. Our shields are still light but now feel much sturdier!

 

Last Weeks catch Up

Posted 13/12/2018

This week in Elm Class the children have worked hard on their non-chronological report. The children have worked hard to research their chosen topic on Anglo-Saxons and create a piece of work to be proud of. The children have shown determination to complete their writing to a high standard and we cant wait to see the finished result.

 

 

 

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up

Posted 12/12/2018

Elm Class have enjoyed researching their topic for a piece of non fiction writing. They have all become experts in their own subject; ranging from food and drink to religion to weapons. The children have successfully begun writing up their notes into paragraphs ready for their final presentation piece. Well done Elm Class.

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up

Posted 29/11/2018

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This week Elm Class enjoyed their PE lesson focusing on the different types of roll as part of their work on gymnastics. All the children demonstrated a brilliant attitude and growth mind-set, willing to have a go even if they found it difficult. The children were brilliant at getting their own mats out and worked as teams to make sure they were safe.

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up

Posted 22/11/2018

A busy this week in Elm class with lots of work on Anglo-Saxons and the kingdom of Wessex. In topic we looked at the Sutton Hoo burial. Using sources of evidence we made recording of artefacts and discussed what we could learn from them. We couldn't believe how skilled the Anglo-Saxons were!

 

 

 

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