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Dahl Class

Welcome to Dahl Class

 

Teacher

Mr G Byrom-Jones

 

Teaching Assistants

Miss J Geoffroy

Miss E Bell

Mrs N Kwiatek

 

Summer 2 Week 2

W.C: 10th June

 

What a lovely week we have had. We have been exploring 3D shapes in Maths, redrafted and typed up our own poems in English  and in topic we have been engineers by building our own bridges for the model steam engine.

 

English:

On Monday we redrafted and typed up our railway poems and are now in the pride of place on our classroom display. On Tuesday we listened to R.L Stevenson’s poet ‘From a Railway Carriage’ and had to draw the image from the carriage which the poet created. Later in the week we began to listen to the story of ‘The Railway Children’ and made predictions about what we think the story is about.

 In phonics we have continued to work on our differentiated sounds.

 

Maths:

This week we have been focusing on 3D Shapes. We started off the week by recapping on some of the  names of different 3D shapes before using the magnetic shapes to recreate them. We really enjoyed this activity. Other activities which we have participated in related to 3D Shapes have included identifying every day examples of 3D shapes as well as writing our own 3D shape riddles  referring to its’s properties. We will continue to learn about this next week.

 

Science / Topic:

We have been learning about the inventor Brunel this week and his contribution to railways. We learnt that he was a very clever man who created bridges, viaducts and steam ships. He also contributed to the London Underground which we know today. On Wednesday Mr Byrom-Jones brought his model steam engine in. We became Brunel for the afternoon and made our own bridges for the steam engine to pass through. Materials we used included Lego , magnetic shapes and large building blocks. We really enjoyed this activity.

 

In other areas of the curriculum:

In PE we have been participating in different athletics with Miss Bell and in music we have been practicing for the end of term production.

 

Next Week:

 

18th JUNE - Exhibition Day (2pm -3pm) Parents/ Carers are invited to his

19th June - WOW Wednesday - Eid 

21st June - Family Funday

 

Have a lovely weekend

Mr Byrom-Jones, Miss Geoffroy, Miss Bell and Mrs Kwiatek 

 

 

English - Steam Train Poems

Maths -Identifying and Exploring 3D Shapes

Topic/Science - Brunel's Bridges

Summer 2: Week 1

W/C: 2nd June

 

We hope you have had a lovely half term. Can you believe we are now in the final half term of the year? There are lots of events taking place this half term with two educational visits, transition days and participating in the end of year show. Here is what we have been up to this first week.

 

English

We started off the week with a speaking and listening activity were we talked about our own holiday news. We all listened attentively and asked appropriate questions. Well done Dahl! We have also role played the journey of a steam engine and used our senses to think about what we could hear, see and smell on a train journey. We had a go at writing our own poem in preparation for the upcoming texts ‘From a railway carriage’ by R L Stevenson . There was some impressive writing in Dahl with some of us remembering to use similes in our poem, with a steam train being compared to a ‘hissing snake.  This half term we will also ‘The Railway Children’ by E Nesbit and reading the ‘Highland Falcon Thief’ as a class novel.

 

Maths

This week we have revisited 2D Shape. We have participated in lots of activities to support our learning which have included a shape corners game and using lolly sticks to make 2D shapes with some of us having a go at making and exploring irregular 2D shapes. We have also created our own repeating patterns and have explored different 2D Shapes to see if they would tessellate. Squares, rectangles, triangles and hexagons tessellated really well.

 On Friday we participated in ‘Café Dahl’ to address our IEP targets. As usual we had lots of fun buying and exploring some of the different snacks on offer.

 

Topic/ Science/ Cooking

Our topic this half term is ‘Full Steam Ahead’ and our Science focus is ‘Scientists and Inventors’ . We have put these two areas together and have been learning about the history of railways and the influence of George Stephen and his steam locomotive the ‘Rocket’. During the course of the week we have sequenced trains from past to present and written some facts about George Stephenson. In cooking we made some train shaped biscuits and decorated them with icing and smarties. They were delicious!

 

In other areas of the curriculum:

  • We have ben printing in art with Mrs Gallagher
  • We have been practicing our song for the end of year production with Miss K Bell

 

Homework

Please can all pupils complete a project about an inventor/ intention of their choice which can be presented to the class. This does not need to be a daunting task and can take the form of a PowerPoint / poster with facts / drawing or model. There will be 20 house points for the project. Please can this be completed for Friday 28th June

 

Have a lovely weekend

Mr Byrom-Jones, Miss Geoffroy, Miss Bell and Mrs Kwiatek

 

 

 

2D Shape

Topic / Science/ Cooking - 'Full Steam Ahead'

Summer 1 Week 5

W/C: 13th May 2024

 

 

This week we have made some Brazilian chocolates and tried some Brazilian lemonade after roleplaying a visit to Rio. We have also written our own Non Chronological reports identified their features and learnt more about microorganisms.

 

English

This week we started off the week by completing our poems using our senses. They look great on display. We have also recapped on the features of Non Chronological reports and created our own about an animal in the rainforest. In phonics we have recapped on previous sounds and focused on our individual sounds based on our previous assessments: They have included the /aw/, /ou/, /oa/ .

 

 

Maths

We have continued to learn about time. Some of us have developed our confidence when reading the time at quarterly intervals whilst some of us have developed our confidence when reading the 24 hour clock. An example of our favourite time game can be seen below.

 

Science

We have continued to learn about microorganisms and have conducted two experiments in class. The first experiment consisted of putting bread in a zip bag and putting them in different conditions to see the growth of mould which is a fungus. The conditions we have chosen are bread in a sealed bag in a dark cupboard, bread in a sealed bag under the window and bread in a sealed bag in a drawer. We have also conducted a second experiment with bread. One piece of bread was handled by all pupils whilst another piece of bread was handled with gloves, both being put in a sealed bag. We are awaiting the results….

 

Topic 

This week we have made some Brazilian chocolates called brigaderio. We really enjoyed making them! To  support our learning of Brazil we have roleplayed a visit to the country, spoke Portuguese, 'visited’ landmarks., sampled the cuisine , (brigaderios and lemonade!) and used our masks to participate n the Rio Carnival. We had lots of fun.

 

In other areas of the curriculum:

On Wednesday we were very fortunate to have a visit from Scott Class (Year 8/9) who had designed and made their own board games and invited us to play with them. We really enjoying turn taking and playing with them, so thank you Scott Class.

 

In RE we have been learning about Shabbat and  made Challah  bread with Mr Allday.

 

We have been undertaking our 'Motional' activities. Pupil have been assessed d against the software Motional based on their emotions and feelings, with the software producing appropriate activities for the whole class to participate in. On Wednesday we thought of compliments for each other and wrote them on each others hand template to promote self esteem. On Friday we explored bubbles as a self regulation tool. 

 

Mr Byrom-Jones is unfortunately absent from school next week , however Miss Taylor will be in class. Mrs McCleave is supporting pupils in Wilson class so we have welcomed back Miss Geoffroy.

Have a lovely weekend

 

Mr Byrom-Jones, Miss Geoffroy, Miss Bell and Mrs Kwiatek

 

 

 

 

 

Brazil

RE - Challah Bread

Motional

Summer 1 Week 4

W/C: 6/5/2024

 

We hope you enjoyed the Bank Holiday as well as the additional day off. This is what we have been up to in  this short week.

English / Phonics:

 

This week we have used our work from the previous week to write our senses poem about the Amazon Rainforest. They were really good and we thought about the different animals we could see with some of us even using similes in the poems. We remembered that the rainforests were very hot and rainy!

 In phonics we have continued to work on our individual sounds. Some of us have been working on the /ir/ sound , some of us have been working on the /oi/ sound and some of us have been working on the /igh/ sound.

 

Mathematics:

We have continued to learn about a time.  Some of us have extended our learning and have started to read the time at quarter past the hour, whilst some of us have been reading time on the 24 hour clock and solving time problems.

 On Friday we once again participated in ‘Dahl Café’ relating to our IEP targets on money and communication.

 

Science:

In Science we have been introduced to the world of microorganisms. We have found out that microorganisms are microscopic living things and are all around us. Some of them can be good for us and some of us can be bad. We supported our understanding with an episode  from the ‘Magic School Bus’ entitled ‘In a pickle’.

 

Topic:

We learnt about the Rio Carnival and designed and made our own carnival masks. They look great! We will be using them next week when we roleplay a visit to Brazil.

 

In other areas of the curriculum:

In PE we played Boccia and spent some of the lesson watching a performance of ‘The  Wizard of Oz’ by some members of KS4.

In RE we have been learning about Shabbat and made some food and artefacts out of playdoh.

 

Have a lovely weekend

Mr Byrom-Jones, Miss Bell, Mrs McCleave and Mrs Kwiatek .

 

Brazilian Carnival Masks

Holding baby chicks

Summer 1 Week 3

W/C: 29/4/2024

 

We have been very creative in class this week . We have painted our Christ the Redeemer Statues , created Christ the redeemer sunset pictures , coloured animal masks and made  mini-beasts out of paper plates . What a busy week !

 

English:

In English this week we have been creating our animal poems linked to our work on the Amazon Rainforests. On Monday we created our own animal shape poem which included a simile and on Tuesday we created our own animal acrostic poems . We concluded the week by preparing to write a senses poem relating to the rainforest and watched a calming video were we had to identify what we could see, hear and  possible feel in the rainforest. In phonics we have continued to work on our differentiated sounds .

Maths:

The focus this week has been on time . Some of us have been learning to read the time when it is o’clock and half past the hour on an analogue and digital clock,whilst some of us have been  reading the time at 5 minute intervals and another group have been developing their understanding of the 24 hour clock. To support our learning we have participated in a number of practical activities as well as using computer software to support our learning.

 On Friday it was time for ' Cafe Dahl' with learners developing their money and communication skills relating to our individual targets. This week we had the opportunity to 'buy' and taste pancakes and croissants. 

 

 

Science:

We have consolidated our understanding of  animal classification and at the start of the week we were given animal masks to decorate and used this to sort ourselves into the different categories of mammals , reptiles , birds , fish and amphibians based on their characteristics. The masks also look great on our Science display . We have also designed our own animals and used their descriptions to show which animal group they belong too . To support our learning  had lots of fun on the computer game 'Zoo animal mix up' were we had the opportunity to create a new animal by mixing different animals up!

 

Topic:

We started the week by painting our Christ the Redeemer Statues and made sunset pictures with Christ the Redeemer silhouettes . They look great . We have also made our own junk model favelas.  

 

 

In other areas of the curriculum:

 

It was lovely to have parents / carers on  Tuesday for our exhibition day . Linking to the theme of mini beasts , we got crafty and made insects and spiders  out of paper plates and pegs. ( Did you know that insects are classified as insects because they have three body parts and six body parts and a spider us classed as arachnids because they have eight legs and two body parts. 

 We also got competitive when we played a beetle drive.

 

Have a lovely extended weekend 

 

Mr Byrom-Jones, Miss Bell, Mrs McCleave  and Mrs Kwiatek

 

 

 

 

Maths: Time

Maths: Money and IEP Targets

Science: Designing our own animals

Topic: Christ the Redeemer Sunset Pictures and Favelas

Summer 1 Week 3

W/ C: 22nd April 

 

Here is what we have been learning this week :

English:

 

This week we have continued to link our work to Brazil , particular to the Brazilian animals . On Monday we wrote a letter from the perspective of animal in ‘ Great Kapok Tree’ begging the axe man not to cut down the tree , with examples  being that they would loose their homes and their source of food . On Tuesday we extended our learning by writing a day in the life of our chosen animal . We used sequence adverbials in  our work with examples being ‘ first ‘, ‘then ‘ , ‘next’ and ‘later ‘. 

Towards the end of week we planned our own non chronological report relating to the Amazon Rainforest / Amazon River. 

 In phonics we have been working on our individual sounds based on our assessments . Sounds of focus have included ‘ ai’ , ‘oi’ and ‘ou’.

 

Maths:

 

We have been consolidating our learning on money and have applied it to a practical context . During the course of the week we have had various opportunities to purchase  snacks and drinks from Cafe Dahl  with pupils  having opportunity to pay using different coins and with some of us having the opportunity to work out and give change . 

 

Science :

To further our knowledge on animal classification we started the weak off my playing ‘ headband’ with each other . We were each given an animal and we had to ask questions to find out what we were relating to classification eg do I have fur? do I have feathers ? do I lay eggs etc ? To support our learning further Mr Byrom-Jones brought in his tortoise Oliver . He told us all about the reptile , the food he ate and how he had a lamp to energise him as he is cold blooded . We took turns to bath him and cleaned his shell with a toothbrush . It was really fun . 

 We also wrote our own animal riddles relating to what we have been learning . 

Can you guess what it is ?

 

I am a mammal 

I eat meat 

I can have a mane 

Who am I ? 

 

Topic:

 

In topic we have recapped on Brazil and in cooking we made some Brazillian biscuits called  Sequilhos. The biscuits consisted of corn flour, butter and condensed milk. Most of us liked them.

We also  made our own  Christ the Redeemer statues out of salt dough and look forward to painting  them and finishing them next week.

 

 

In other areas of the curriculum:

 

In PE we played Boccia with Miss Bell

We have been learning about bodily changes in PSHCE. 

 

Have a lovely weekend

Mr Byrom-Jones, Miss Bell, Mrs McCleave and Mrs Kwiatek

 

 

 

Maths: Money

Science:

Topic: Brazillian Biscuits and Salt dough Statues

Summer 1 Week 2

W/C: 15th April

 

 

What a lovely first week back. We really hope that you enjoyed the Easter holidays. This is what we have been learning this week:

 

English:

We started off the week by sharing our holiday news and incorporated new targets into our writing. The book that we have started reading is ‘The Great Kapok Tree’ linking to our topic ‘Brilliant Brazil’. We all listened attentively to the story and were hopeful that the tree wouldn’t be cut down as the animals would lose their home. After reading the story we wrote think bubbles and sentences about the animals’ thoughts and feelings as well as writing some animal fact files linking to the animals in the story.

 In Phonics we have completed our phonic assessments and participated in the interactive game ‘Phonics Play’ to support our learning.

 

Mathematics:

Our focus this week has been on money. We have completed lots of practical work to support our learning with examples being playing shop and the use of the website ‘Topmarks’. We started off the week by familiarising ourselves with different coins, with some of us working with monies up to 10p, some of us working with monies up to 50p and some of us working with monies up to  £10. Some of us even challenged ourselves by giving change.

 

Science:

This week we have been sorting and classifying animals into different groups. We started off the week by  looking at pictures of different animals and deciding on common attributes on the animals before sorting them. Examples of how the animals were sorted included fly / not fly, swim/ not swim  and carnivore/omnivores. On Thursday we learnt about how to sort the animal into the named classifications before making our own playdoh animals and placing them in the appropriate group.

 

Topic:

Our topic this half term is ‘Brilliant Brazil’. In our food technology lesson Mr Byrom-Jones gave us different fruits from Brazil to try which included: mango, pineapple, passion fruit, avocado, banana and dragon fruit. The favourites were pineapple and banana and dragon fruit with avocado being the least favourite. In topic we also discussed our prior knowledge about Brazil, coloured in a map and used an atlas to label the capital Brasilia , Rio de Janeiro and the Christ the Redeemer statue. We concluded the lesson by making our own Christ the Redeemer statutes out of playdoh.

 

In other areas of the curriculum:

We have been learning about the Ten Commandments in RE and wrote our own rules which we live by.

 

In PE we are learning about cricket.

 

Have a lovely weekend

Mr Byrom-Jones, Miss Bell,Mrs Kwiatek and Mrs McCleave

 

Maths - Money

Science - Animal Classification

Topic - Brazil

W/C: 18th March 

 

English 

 

This week we have recapped on non-fiction with Mr Byrom-Jones before creating our own non-fiction text on the Vikings. We were able to identify and highlight the key features of Non Fiction with in our own work, with examples being headings, subheadings, bullet points and captions. We have been working on our differentiated phonic sounds with Miss Taylor and have completed activities such as phonics snakes and ladders.

 

 

Maths:

 

In Mathematics we have been learning division with Mr Byrom-Jones and have been using grouping to solve division problems whilst Miss Taylor has been recapping on Place Value and been working on some of our IEP targets.

 

Science

 

We have been learning about light and on Monday we learnt about  the terms transparent , translucent and opaque.  We tested different materials to see if they were transparent (allows light to pass through it), translucent (allows light to pass through, but not transparent) and opaque (not transmitting light) . We found a lot if examples in the classroom were opaque.

 

In Topic we have been learning about the Viking diet. We compared a Viking diet to modern day and we found out that they ate a variety of animals include fish, bear, hare , fox and beaver! They also used the fat from seals , called blubber in their cooking.

 

Pupil of the week: Zachary Bradshaw.

 

Next Week: A lot of our activities will center around Easter.

Mr Byrom-Jones will return his full time teaching position next week and we thank Miss Taylor for teaching us.

 

Have a lovely weekend 

Dahl Staff 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Term 2

 

We will be learning all about the Vikings. 

 

Literacy

We will be reading Viking Sagas

We will also be making our own Horrible Histories video after writing our own script. 

 

Numeracy.

We will be looking at Fractions and decimals

 

Science.

Our topic is Light 

 

We will also be covering the Easter story and looking at Money matters. 

Spring Term 1

We have been learning about all things Water

We have been finding out about The Water Cycle and learning some large words 

 

We created our own water cycle using a bowl by the window. 

 

 

 

We have completed some excellent work using the book Bog Baby as our starting point. 

 

In Maths we have been working hard to understand lengths and measurements. 

We took advantage of the snow to see who made the largest snow ball.

 

 

Please have a go at some of the activities below

 

Autumn 2

4 / 5 - W/C: 27th November

 

What a busy couple of weeks we have had. We have been learning about Division in Numeracy and continued to learn about the Anglo-Saxons. We have also been practicing our Christmas play. Here is what we have been up to:

 

Literacy:

We have completed our work on Beowulf and have really enjoyed it. We have retold the story as a storyboard and have incorporated our targets in our written work, with most of us achieving our writing targets. We have also used drama to  retell the story of Beowulf. We showed some great acting skills in Dahl. 

 In phonics some of us have been developing our confidence with the phonemes 's a t p i n m' and blending and segmenting phonemes to build VC and CVC words. We have been using phonics play to help with this. Another group have been developing their confidence with the 'igh' sound and blending and segmenting words with this sound, as well as being introduced to the 'oa' sound.

 

Numeracy:

 

For the past couple of weeks we have been learning about Division and have undertaken lots of different and practical activities to develop our understanding. Some of us have been sharing physical items up to 10 between two and three groups, with examples sharing cubes, biscuits and acorns on a tree. Another group have been developing their understanding of sharing quantities up to 20 and beyond , whilst another group have been using arrays to help them represent and solve division problems.

 

Science:

 

In Science we have been continuing to learn about electricity. We have talked about the importance of being safe around electricity as well as investigating different materials to see if they are conductors of electricity.  We found out that the metals are good conductors

 

 

Topic:

 

 

During the past couple of weeks we have looked at and made our own jewelry in the style of the Anglo-Saxons, as well as learning about the different Anglo-Saxon Gods. To support our learning we designed our own and they were very impressive.

 

 

In other areas of the curriculum:

 

- We have been learning badminton with Miss Bell

- We have been practicing our nativity

 

 

Pupil of the week: Tyler 

 

Writing Award: E'Lara 

 

Communication Award:  Leah 

 

Homework is available on See-Saw (Phonics)

 

Have a lovely weekend 

 

Mr Byrom-Jones,  Miss Geoffroy, Miss Bell and Miss Kwiatek

 

 

Literacy - Beowulf : Retelling the story through drama

Numeracy - Division

Science - Electricity

Topic - Anglo Saxon Jewelry and Gods

Autumn 2 Week 3

W/C: 13th November

 

This week we have learnt about Anglo-Saxon runes, continued with multiplication and written our own scene for Beowulf.

 

Literacy:

This week we have continued to learn about the epic poem ‘Beowulf’. Activities this week have included writing a newspaper article about Beowulf defeating Grendel, making a playdoh model of Grendel's mother and using adjectives to describe her. We have also written another scene in the story.

In phonics some of us recapped on the /igh/ sound whilst some of us have continued to develop our confidence by building words using the phonemes ‘ s a t p i n m’.

 

Numeracy

We have continued to develop our understanding of multiplication and on Thursday we attempted to solve word problems using the strategies taught.  Some of us have been using Numicon to solve problems, some of us have been making arrays to solve problems, whilst some of us have been using the grid method and a multiplication grid to help us solve problems.

 

Science:

Thank you to those who have completed the home work task and identified electrical items in the home using battery or mains.  We recapped on electrical items in the home / school before making our own Lego model which we lit up using a simple series circuit.  We had lots of fun.

 

Topic:

Our work on Anglo-Saxons this week has focused on the Anglo-Saxon alphabet – runes. We had lots of fun tracing and writing our name in runes, as well as writing secret words and messages to each other which we had to crack.

 

We have also learnt about Children in Need, Pudsey as well as decorating our own bears.

 

Pupil of the week: Rosie.

 

Homework : Numeracy homework this week has been put on See-Saw. Any problems accessing this or you would like a hard copy, please let me know.


 

 

Have a lovely weekend

Mr Byrom-Jones , Miss Geoffroy, Miss Bell and Miss Kwiatek.

 

Literacy - Beowulf

Science - Electricity

Topic - Anglo Saxons

Autumn 2 Week 2

WC: 6/11/23

 

This week we have been to the cinema and learnt about Anglo Saxon homes. Here is what we have been up too.

 

Literacy / Phonics:

 

We have continued to read the story ‘Beowulf’ and are continuing to enjoy. This week have written letters from the perspective of King Hrothgar asking for Beowulf’s help and we used lots of emotive language in letters and exclamation marks. We have also written character profiles and descriptions about Beowulf . In phonics some of us have used software to recap on s a t p i n whilst some of us have been learning , reading and writing words with the ‘igh’ sound.

 

Numeracy:

This week we have continued to learn about multiplication. Some of us have been doubling eyes on monsters and smarties on biscuits, some of us have been using Numicon and arrays to solve  multiplication problems to 20, whilst another group have been multiplying 2 digit and 1 digit numbers using the grid method.

 

Science:

We have continued to learn about electricity and identified items which use mains electricity , batteries or both. For homework please can you send a photo of an electric item in your home which uses mains / battery or both. This can be put on see-saw. Please can this be done by 15th November.

 

Topic:

Our focus on the Anglo Saxons this week has been their homes. We looked at examples of Anglo Saxon homes and made our own out of lolly sticks and straw. To support our learning further we made an estate agent’s advert for an Anglo Saxon home.

 

In other areas of the curriculum:

In Art we have made clay poppies with Mrs Gallagher

In PE we are continuing with Badminton with Miss Bell

In RE we are learning about the Christmas Story with Miss Hall.

 

Pupil of the week:  E’Lara

 

Please check See-Saw for homework .

 

Have a lovely weekend

 

Mr Byrom-Jones, Miss Geoffroy, Miss Bell and Miss Kwiatek

 

 

 

Multiplication

Anglo-Saxon Houses

Autumn 2 Week 1

WC: 30/10/23

 

Welcome back after the half term break. What a busy term this half term this is! We've already celebrated Halloween and thought about Bonfire Night and now we are looking forward to our annual cinema trip and practicing for our Christmas Production. Here is what we have been learning this week:

 

 

Literacy/ Phonics:

This week we talked about what we got up to during the break  before designing (and later playing) a Halloween themed board which included 'bossy' verbs.  We had lots of fun playing the games dressed in our Halloween costumes.

 We have also started our new class text 'Beowulf ', linking to our topic 'Smashing Saxons' which is an old epic poem in Denmark. So far we have learnt about the  monster Grendel and how he takes and eats people from the King's Hall. To support our learning we made our own playdoh Grendel monsters before using adjectives to describe him.

 In phonics some of us have recapped on the 'ng' and 'ai' sound before being introduced to the 'ee' sound, whilst some of us have continued  to build words with the phonomes ' s a t p i n'  as well as being introduced to the 'm' sound.

 

Numeracy:

This week we have started to learn about multiplication. Some of us have been introduced to doubling and had to double spots on ladybirds as well as doubling Numicon shapes (up to 5). Another group have been using Numicon to solve multiplication problems  (to 20) whilst another group have been creating arrays to solve multiplication problems up to 100. 

 

Science:

This half term we are learning about electricity. We talked about the discovery of electricity and completed a sorting activity, identifying different electrical equipment in our homes.

 

Topic:

Topic this half term is the 'Smashing Saxons (Anglo Saxons). When the topic was introduced , nobody had heard of them. We learnt that they came to England after the Roman's had left an from Germany and Scandinavian countries such as Denmark. We discovered that they arrived in England because of floods in their country and made it difficult to farm their land and that they arrived on big ships. To support our learning and for our classroom display, we drew  and coloured Anglo-Saxon ships.

 

In other areas of the Curriculum:

 

We have been learning to play Badminton in PE

We have been listening to our Christmas song in Music (more to follow)

We have learnt about the history of Bonfire Night and made chocolate apples.

 

Also:

Pupil of the week - William  S

Thursday 9th November - Annual Cinema Visit (We are watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at Southport Cinema

 

Have a lovely weekend

Mr Byrom-Jones, Miss Geoffroy, Miss Bell and Mrs Kwiatek

 

 

 

 

 

Multiplication