Week Ending 20th October
* Acorn Class News *
This week was filled with incredible learning moments, and we're excited to share the highlights with you:
In maths, we've continued building on our small steps as the children explored number bonds to and within 20. With the help of concrete resources, they grasped how these bonds are the foundation for adding three one-digit numbers and mastering addition/subtraction across 10!
Our EYFS students had a blast with their furry friends while exploring numbers 1, 2, and 3. They even took the maths learning outdoors for some extra fun!
Reception children have been on a phonics adventure, using their phonetical knowledge to journey along the phonics wall.
In literacy, the Acorns have been delving into the fascinating world of fiction and non-fiction, identifying the features of both. The children then took the initiative to spruce up the reading corner and organize our collection of books! Not only that, but they also sorted our books into categories, making it easier for everyone to find just the right book for their interests. It's a fantastic example of teamwork and creativity. We're so proud of their enthusiasm for reading and their eagerness to create a welcoming environment for it. It's a testament to their love for learning and growing.
In R.E, we crafted a beautiful mobile containing vocabulary that describe our feelings about nature and our world. It was a perfect way to conclude our unit.
In P.E, we got into the Halloween spirit with some spooky yoga then peaceful meditation.
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* Oak Class News *
It's been an exciting week in our school, and we're thrilled to share the highlights from Oak Class with you:
Black History Month: Our week kicked off with a whole school assembly where we continued to celebrate Black History Month. Thsi week, we revisited the remarkable contributions of influential figures like Martin Luther King and Rosa Parks.
English Adventures: In English, our young scholars immersed themselves in Lakeland poetry, delving into the incredible Tony Walsh's captivating poem, 'Reflecting on the Lakes.' The children embraced the challenge of deciphering complex vocabulary, working together and using their inference skills and dictionaries to uncover the poem's meaning.
RE Journey: Our journey through Judaism concluded with the creation of a class affirmation tree, inspired by the Jewish Shema - an affirmation of Judaism. It was heartwarming to see the children's creativity and understanding flourish.
Artistic Expression: The world of art saw our talented students complete their paintings of our local area, drawing inspiration from the renowned Lakeland artist Linda Mellins. They've truly found their artistic voices!
Maths Marvels: In the realm of mathematics, our Year 3 students harnessed the power of the Reckeneks to explore complements to 100. They've been making great progress!
Homework Share: To cap off the week, we had a delightful homework sharing session where the children proudly displayed their hard work. It's fantastic to witness their dedication and enthusiasm.
As the half-term break approaches, I am sure you're as ready for it as we are! Enjoy a well-deserved rest, and mark your calendars for our Halloween party on Tuesday, October 31st. We can't wait to see you all back after the break.
Wishing you a wonderful and safe half-term holiday!