As part of our story festival week, these children wanted to share their stories with the Year One children at Prince Edward. Note for Parents: Please be aware that we have checked all the links posted to check they are suitable for your child’s age range. They may however contain links to other sites thatContinue reading “Story Festival Week”
This week, we are participating in a story festival week with other schools and will be celebrating our love for reading by sharing our favourite stories. In literacy, we wrote our own blurb for books that we enjoyed reading. The challenge was to create a short summary of the story that would grab the reader’sContinue reading “Story Festival Week”
Last week, we learned how to play tennis and practised a range of skills such as throwing, catching, agility, balancing and coordination with our sports coach. Although this was slightly challenging for some of us, we persevered and tried our very best. We enjoyed our session as it allows us to work with as aContinue reading “Progressive sports”
Congratulations to these children who demonstrated a positive attitude to their learning and pushed themselves. They persevered with their learning and were able to support their peers!
We have been learning about the digestive system and how our food is broken down into smaller molecules so that the nutrients can be absorbed by the body. Today we were exploring the different parts of the digestive system and created our own using a range of materials. This was exciting for us as weContinue reading “The digestive system”
This week, we have started our new science topic which will be exploring the digestive system. We have discussed the role that our teeth play in digesting our food and why it is important for our food to be broken down. We were able to learn about the different types of teeth: incisors, canines, premolarsContinue reading “Teeth and digestion”
Well done to these children who took part in ‘Let’s Count.’ Your contributions were fantastic and it was a good team effort!
In Amber class, we collectively did a total of 85,452 steps! Well done to everybody who participated.
A census is something very special and only happens once every 10 years! It uses data gathered to offer a picture of all the people and households in England and Wales. The first one was in 1801 and has been carried out every 10 years since then (with the exception of 1941 due to theContinue reading “2021 Census”