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Saturn Catch up

Last Weeks Catch Up 18.05.18

Posted 21/5/2018

This week Saturn class conducted a science experiment to see what kind of paper is the most absorbent.

The children used pipettes and water and different types of paper. We then went outside and dropped water onto the paper to see how much it absorbed. We found that paper towels were the most effective!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 11.05.18

Posted 14/5/2018

This week the Year 2 children in both Saturn and Neptune class have come together to do some Secret Agent Training. Miss Stafford has been giving these children special secret agent tasks to support their training. These tasks have involved looking for maths questions around the school and finding the answers to them. We have been working collaboratively to answer the questions.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 04.05.18

Posted 9/5/2018

This week Year 3 in Saturn class worked so hard to produce two performances for their show ‘Dragon Days’ After weeks of practising the children finally got to show off their singing and acting talents and we were all so proud of them!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 27.04.18

Posted 30/4/2018

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This week Year 2 have been learning all about position and direction. We have been discussing the mathematical vocabulary needed to describe different turns.

We went outside and played a game in partners. One partner drew a path on the floor, the other partner then had to shut their eyes and let their partner guide them using positional language. We had great fun!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 20.04.18

Posted 23/4/2018

Saturn class made the most of the sunshine this week and went outside to learn our new story ‘Kassim and the Greedy Pirate’s Treasure’. We listened to the story first, then we thought of some actions to go with it. Then we went outside and drew the story using chalk! This helped us to remember all the events in the story!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 29.03.18

Posted 16/4/2018

The children in Saturn class have been so busy this week! We have worked so hard to complete Easter cards and Easter baskets, as well as getting lot’s of song practice in for the Year 3/4 play! We really enjoyed our Good to be Green activities on Tuesday afternoon and are  working hard to get more leaves on the tree for the next celebration!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 23.03.18

Posted 3/4/2018

Last week Saturn Class celebrated World Book Day. Miss Stafford and Mrs Pemberton were so impressed by the creativity of the costumes and the effort that children had made. Miss Stafford loved reading the French “Hungry Caterpillar” to the pupils and the children loved listening to the story of the Queen’s Knickers!  We even did some metacognition in our costumes!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 16.03.18

Posted 26/3/2018

This half term, Saturn class have been lucky enough to have Doncaster Rovers coaching team taking our PE lessons every Tuesday. WE have loved having the coaches in teaching us different ball skills and how to show good sportsmanship.
In an attendance assembly on Wednesday we even got a visit from Donny dog!

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Last weeks catch up 09.03.18

Posted 5/3/2018

We are just at the beginning of our Reflected journey at Carlton in Snaith, and in Saturn class we have been learning to use chopsticks. In our first lesson we discussed the meaning of the four colours and how they can help the us to reflect on their learning. In the next lesson we looked at the steps needed to use chopsticks correctly. It certainly needed a lot of practice!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 23.02.18

Posted 27/2/2018

This week Saturn class arrived back after half term to see some very suspicious things going on! Miss Stafford noticed that some strange looking eggs had arrived in class and we had no idea what they were or why they were here!  

After a little investigation we discovered that they were dragon eggs. At the moment not much has happened and they have moved around the nest ever so slightly but we are keeping an eye out in case anything scary hatches!

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