Friday, 3 July 2020

The children have had a very busy week. They are continuing to amaze Mrs Serra and me with how hard they are working.

They have really enjoyed the Dear Earth book which has given them the opportunity to think about our planet and how we can look after our earth. There were many discussions this week and gave the children lots to think about. I was very impressed with the children’s knowledge of global warming, animals that are becoming extinct, recycling and how we can protect our earth.

At the end of the week, they wrote a letter to ‘Earth’.

In Maths, we have been using the clocks to tell the time using the language of o’clock and half past. We have also been thinking about intervals of time such as ‘one hour later’ and ‘one hour earlier’. We will continue working on ‘time’ at the beginning of next week.

 In RE, the children have been thinking about the qualities of a good friend.

 Our topic work links well with our Science this term and the children enjoyed creating a poster about the characteristics of ‘Fish’.


The children worked hard in Art and Design and created pictures inspired by the work of Henri Rousseau. They were able to follow instructions via you tube to create their amazing tigers. Lots of colour mixing and cutting was required but I am sure you will agree the pictures look absolutely fabulous. 

The ‘Golden Moment’ in Group 1 goes to Ralph

this week for his contributions to our class discussion on how we can protect our earth.

The ‘Golden Moment’ in Group 2 goes to Hanna this week for her amazing Art work.

Well done to both children!

Next week, in our topic work we will be looking at amphibians and the life cycle of a frog.  

In English, we will be revisiting suffixes – est, ed, ing, er. We will also be using some of the activities on BBC Bitesize.

For Maths, we will be revisiting place value and numbers to 50 and beyond.

Have a lovely weekend!

 Mrs Myers and Mrs Serra

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