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Important Communication to Parents

We have been advised that there has been a confirmed case of Coronavirus (COVID-19) within the school, an adult in the EYFS class R bubble. 

Please click here to view further information. 17.11.2020

Class 3 say Hola!

This half term, Year 3 have enjoyed starting to learn Spanish, as part of our wider curriculum. We have begun by learning basic introductions and used them orally in short conversations with each other, along with reinforcing their language through playing games. Our puppet Diego and props have proved very popular with the children, making our lessons even more fun. 

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The Day the Crayons Quit

We have loved reading 'The Day the Crayons Quit' in Class 1. We talked about how each of  the crayons were feeling and made our own crayons and placards. This week we are writing letters from Duncan apologising to his crayons. We keep adding our work to our class display. Well done Class 1!

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Friday's learning and exploring with ODD SOCKS on!

 

 

Reading, reading, reading - at least 3 times a week please

In our Zoom assembly on Friday, Mrs Mason shared with the children some information about the super reading training that some of the teachers had attended.  One of the key messages from the course was all about the importance of reading regularly.  We read all the time at school and that regular practise at home makes all the difference.  Remember children, you signed your school agreement in September saying that you would read 3 times a week - go explore the exciting world of literature - go to places that you can only imagine.  Even in Lockdown we can explore places we never knew were possible.  Please share below in the comments the books you are enjoying at the moment - let's try to get every one to comment - tell your friends - share the good news of books and the power of being able to read.

Here is one to start us off - James in Class R enjoying his book - James, just like your top says, you are totally 'ROARSOME'!

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Class R's Stars of the Week!

On Friday morning, I went to the Zoom whole school assembly to represent our class.  I told everyone how proud of you I was and how brilliant you had been carrying on your learning journey at home.  Everyone was pleased to hear that you were all safe at home and said hello.

So here are some photographs of Class R's STAR OF THE WEEK..... every single one of you!  We've all come a long way since our very first day together (which has only been just over two months) - you've settled beautifully into your very own BIG school and  grown in so many brilliant way and Mrs Evans, Mrs Straw and myself are incredibly proud of our team!  Thank you for adapting and taking this different way of learning in your stride - thank you too to Mummies and Daddies who have supported our learning journey at home - you've been amazing and I look forward to seeing what the week ahead brings.  Go Team R - I am so proud - learning can be fun, exciting and bring a challenge wherever we are.

Keeeeeeep exploring!

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What we did.....

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Mice on Tour!

On a Friday, in Class R, we always see where our little furry mice friends have been.  These photographs show the adventures from last week and at half term when we could go out out.  Children in Class R this week are staying safe at home with their lovely families  - look out next week to see what cosy, different activities they have been doing.

Here's James and Mouse at half term - what beautiful scenery there at Malvern Hill - incredible!

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Oliver and Cheese had a fantastic idea to have a Pokémon themed day - brilliant!

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Jenson and  Superhero Mouse went on a super fun muddy bike ride to celebrate Superhero Mouse's birthday  - great times were had!

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As well as being out out, some mice enjoyed being in in - look at what they got up to...

Charlie and Dinomouse enjoyed making hot sausage rolls - thank you Neve for joining them - delicious!

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Theo and his Mouse have been busily making their house look beautiful!  All the stockings are hung ready for Santa - I think Pumpkin Mouse may be hiding in one of those soon!  Great job Theo - give Mouse a high five!

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Connie and Mousicorn have also been getting Christmas ready - look at their beautiful Christmas tree.  They have also been making some incredible Chocolate Brownies with Daddy's help - oooh scrumptious!

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Thank you for sharing your adventures - remember next week's mouse theme is 'Doing something different' as we're all doing something different at the moment aren't we children, but we know that that is OK. See you soon Mousie Friends on your next adventure!

 

Odd Socks!

Thank you Class 3 for coming in your odd socks today to celebrate difference and that being different is ok! You have all shown your support towards Anti-Bullying Week this week, showing your maturity and compassion towards such an issue. 

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Class 3's Star of the Week!

Our star this week is...Logan!

Well done Logan, you have worked so incredibly hard this week in everything we have done, giving 100% effort towards it all with so much enthusiasm and a real love for learning. Your work has been fantastic but one thing that has really stood out this week and always has with you, is your kindness and compassion towards others in and outside the classroom. Never lose this. 

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Another Week in Class 3...

Where did that week go? They are flying by but are also non-stop fun and full of hard work! 

This week the children had a debate over whether cave paintings from the Stone Age are ART or graffiti. This is all linked to work we are doing from our core text 'Stone Age Sentinel'. The debating skills and questions from the children were fantastic, they were polite but also had some brilliant points of view. Our debate had a very drastic change, originally only 5 children believed cave paintings were graffiti but by the end of the debate, 14 children changed their minds from the points that had been discussed. Great work Class 3! This week's English has also seen the class produce a draft newspaper article on cave paintings being ART or graffiti ready to write their own versions next week.

On Monday, we celebrated Diwali, the festival of light. Children learnt about the traditions, story and ideas behind the festival and created their very own Diya Lamps, which look stunning! They also learnt about Rangoli patterns and their importance. 

The children have been working very hard in maths, practicing their times tables using arrays and sharing for division. They have particularly enjoyed 'Array Capture' today which allows children to race to the end by only using arrays. Their times tables have really started to improve which is great to see! Keep it up Class 3! 

Science saw the children looking at Fossils and the fossilisation process. Together we made a 'rock lab sandwich' which showed the children how fossils make an imprint and the process into how a fossil is formed. 

It's been another fabulous week in Class 3. I can't wait for another one! IMG_E5122
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