Week ending 6th October
We had an amazing day today as our little explorers were out and about spotting some incredible birds in our local area! It was a fantastic hands-on experience for them.
But that's not all! We also delved into the fascinating world of math, where we honed our pattern recognition skills and explored fact families. It's always exciting to see the young minds at work.
Phonics games were in full swing, making learning even more fun and interactive. We love watching our students grow their literacy skills.
And of course, our art projects are nearing completion, with each masterpiece reflecting your child's creativity and imagination.
Stay tuned for more exciting updates from Acorn Class! We're having a blast on this learning journey.
What a busy week it has been in Oak Class! Here's a glimpse of what our outstanding children have been up to:
We kicked off the week with a captivating whole school assembly dedicated to Black History Month. The theme this year is - Celebrating Our Sisters - we will be celebrating the incredible contributions of influential Black UK females throughout October. .
In our English lessons, we've dived headfirst into a new thrilling non-fiction unit. We began by identifying the features of a non-chronological report and then creating our own Vlogs. This was to teach the children at St. George's what they need to include when it is their turn to write a report. Have a look at Seesaw to watch your child's Vlog. Stay tuned for some fantastic non-chronological reports on the Lake District, as our children combine their newfound Geography and Literacy knowledge!
Our RE classes delved into the profound special relationship between Jews and God, exploring the promises they made to each other. It's been an enlightening journey of understanding and reflection.
Meanwhile, in our PSHE lessons, we've been focusing on "Me and my Relationships." This week, we explored the fascinating world of feelings. Oak Class discussed a wide range of emotions and learned how these feelings can vary in intensity. They even ordered emotion cards from least to most intense, deepening their emotional awareness.