29 November 2019
Our attendance was 97% - Great! Sadly we had 9 late marks, remember learning starts from 8.45am.
This week in maths we have been learning about repeating patterns using 2D and 3D shapes. The children enjoyed solving the missing shapes from the repeating pattern. We have started Place Value up to 20. We are learning to count forwards and backwards starting from different points. Also, working out missing numbers in a number line. Matching numerals to the words. To help at home you could count with your child to 20 and play a fun game of recognising numerals and words up to 20.
In English, we have started a new book and have held sentences and corrected sentences with missing punctuation and spelling mistakes. The children have worked hard on their handwriting and presentation skills.
In history, the children learnt about homes in Victorian times and how life was different for the different classes of people. They produced some super sentences.
PSHE was about recognising the qualities desirable in a friend. We considered the importance of being a good friend to others.
We have started practising our Christmas songs for KS1 Christmas production - Lights, Camel, Action! We have some lovely singers. The children are looking forward to seeing you at the Christmas production.
Our Learning Hero - Ella-Mae
Handwriting Hero -Lyndon
Championship Winners - Katie, Nevaeh and Gabby
Winning House -Self-belief
Friday 6th December - non uniform day and bring cake for the a Christmas Fair
Friday 6th December - Christmas Fair 3:30pm - 5pm
Thursday 12th December - School closed due to the General Election
Homework is page 12 and spellings are-
year 1 - ask friend school put
year 2 - path bath hour move
Challenge: Write sentences using our spellings.
Remember to logon to Active Learn to find exciting books and more reading opportunities.
For maths try Topmarks - Number bonds to 10/20
Homework is due back Monday
Reading books are due back Monday and Thursday
PE is on Monday and Wednesday
Posted by Linda Lanigan on 29 November 2019
Category: Class of 2025