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Literacy in Year 1

Literacy in Year 1

The children in Year 1 are busy with a writing project all about Little Red Riding Hood. They have been following the ‘Write Stuff’ approach and enjoyed one of the experience days. The children had a visit from Granny and took part in a conscience alley drama situation. They thought about Grandma’s positive thoughts before… Continue Reading

The ‘Big 3’

The ‘Big 3’

Our very own ‘Treaty of Versailles’ In the Forest School, Year 6 pupils enjoyed getting into character of the leaders of the ‘Big 3’ countries from the end of World War One- Great Britain, France and the United States of America. The countries came together to agree what would happen to Germany following the war,… Continue Reading

Year 2 – R.E. Baptism

Year 2 – R.E. Baptism

Year 2 started their new R.E. topic this week, which is all about Baptism. Children have started a non-chronological report on Baptism and today looked at the welcome process of the church. Children also acted out the events of a family taking their child to church to be baptised. Christians believe that everyone is invited… Continue Reading

Year 2 – Adjectives to describe nouns

Year 2 – Adjectives to describe nouns

Adjectives to describe nouns Year 2 have been reading the Whale’s Song by Dyan Sheldon this week and have used this text to inspire their writing by using exciting and suitable adjectives to describe nouns. Children have also started to demonstrate their handwriting and presentational skills. Children described the whales as marvellous, magical and wonderful… Continue Reading

Shine Time Cosmic Stretching

Shine Time Cosmic Stretching

Shine Time activities started today and group of children chose to be part of ‘Cosmic Stretching’. The children all took part in a Harry Potter themed stretching session. The children listened to a condensed version of Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. As the story was told the children all tried different stretching positions, for… Continue Reading

Weather Forecasts in Year One

Weather Forecasts in Year One

Today the children investigated the weather. They worked in groups and recorded what the weather was like before school, at school and what they thought it would be like after school. The children then coloured and cut out different weather symbols discussing what each represented. Then the children watched a BBC weather report and then… Continue Reading