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Pine Catch up

Last Weeks Catch Up 07.06.19

Posted 14/6/2019

Pine Class were enthusiastic to be able to practice tennis skills again with Mr Miles. They remembered some techniques from previous lessons which enabled them to improve their game. Determination was definitely shown by all, in particular bouncing the ball on the edge of the racket—Well done Pine Class!

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 24.05.19

Posted 7/6/2019

As part of their Archie Project, Pine Class, equipped with pickers, gloves and bin bags, headed into the village on Wednesday to do a litter pick at the park, village hall, pensioners bungalows and then the school grounds. They received some lovely comments of thanks from the local residents that made them proud of their hard work and efforts.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 17.05.19

Posted 24/5/2019

Pine Class have been developing their cooperative learning skills this week: studying information about the Spartans to teach their home teams: using Quiz, Quiz Trade to learn facts about Ancient Greece and sharing books with Year 2 children. 

We are so proud of their collaboration!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 10.05.19

Posted 17/5/2019

The children were assigned the task of designing an Egg Protection Device to reduce the force of impact when their egg was dropped from a height. They had to think about how they could slow the egg down as well as how they could distribute the force of impact. They dropped the eggs once they were in their protection devices. 3,2,1, Drop!... Not all the eggs survived! Well done Pine Class.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 03.05.19

Posted 13/5/2019

The children have made me feel so welcome this week. Thank you, Pine Class.They have been using their research skills, against the clock, to discover facts about Ancient Greek city states and challenging Aristotle’s theories about gravity in a science investigation on forces.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 12.04.19

Posted 2/5/2019

Visiting The Hepworth this week deepened the children’s  understanding of Barbara Hepworth as a person and as an artist. They responded enthusiastically to the workshop activities with collaboration being on display at all times. They produced thought provoking sculptures using  minimal materials and only their hands as tools! Their efforts were inspirational! The children were a credit to themselves, their parents and their school—very proud of you Pine Class!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 5.4.19

Posted 15/4/2019

What a wonderful afternoon Pine Class had when the children delved deeper into the skills required to being an effective leader for their Archie Project and recognised that being trusting and trustworthy were necessary for such a role. In order to test this theory, everyone completed the ‘Walk of Trust’, by being led, or by being the leader, along a complex obstacle course, whilst blindfolded! Everyone had great fun during this outdoor activity, as they learned more about the role of leadership. Well done Pine Class!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 22.03.19

Posted 9/4/2019

Pine Class have been searching out the features of journalistic writing in preparation for writing our own newspaper articles. The children quickly recognized the structure and built up a bank of features. However, there were two new features to explore: passive voice and parenthesis. Active voice sentences were changed into passive voice, and we even had a couple of human sentences at the front of the classroom! Mrs Gay and I are looking forward to seeing this new learning in the articles  as they develop next week.   

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 15.03.19

Posted 20/3/2019

In preparation for becoming Young Leaders, Pine Class have been researching leadership skills and inspirational world leaders, such as: Jesse Owens, Bear Grills, Rosa Parks and Kaoly Takacs. The children have identified the characteristics of leaders such as these, then presented their findings to the class. They also created a poster of skills and traits they hope to develop as they journey through the Archie Project, where they will be seeking to improve their local area, and school, as well as doing kind acts for others.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 13.03.19

Posted 13/3/2019

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Book week has certainly lived up to its name in Pine Class this week! We had a truly amazing Stay and Read session on Monday afternoon where we were flabbergasted by the number of parents who joined us. Thank you all so much for supporting your child and the school. Wednesday morning brought and inspiring session with our author visit, Richard O’Neill, where the children were treated to some wonderful storytelling. 

Wednesday afternoon was made special with visitors from playgroup who also came for a stay and read session, which was magical! And we have our actual book to yet to enjoy—fantastic week!

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