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On Tuesday 17th December, the children in Falcons' Class read Christmas stories with the children in Herons' Class. Both classes really enjoyed this experience and we hope to see Herons again, when maybe they would like to read to us.
On Friday 18th May 2018, the whole school came out in red, white and blue to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
In Herons, we made flags to wave and bunting for the playground. Through-out the week we found out about the Royal Family tree and London tourists attractions. On…
Herons have now finished their unit on kicking. They now know how to pass, defend, use both feet to pass and score.
What have you enjoyed about kicking? What was your favourite skill?
In Herons this week, we were learning about mini-beasts and their habitats, We went on a hunt to see what we could find and where we could find them!!
What mini-beasts did you find? What conditions were their habitats? What is your favourite mini-beast?
Every Friday afternoon we do active Maths. last week we took our fraction work outside.
What did you enjoy about active Maths?
Herons really enjoyed their visit to Blackpool Zoo last week. They went to see many different types of animals to look at their features and habitats.
What was your favourite part of the trip? What is your favourite animal at Blackpool Zoo and why?
This week in art, we have been learning how to print using objects around the classroom and growing objects. We created patterns and then created an image. We have spent the week looking at newspaper articles and watching the news. We have chosen to write newspaper articles about the Royal Wedding…
As part of science week, the children in Herons were asked if they would work with the other KS1 classes to help create a bug hotel for our bugs to shelter them. They have made a super start. We cannot wait to show you what it looks like when it is finished.
What did you enjoy the most…
As part of science week this week, Herons were set a challenge to see if they coulld make a nest as good as birds can. They could only use outdoor materials to help them. They worked together to build a nest to see if it could hold their class bird Squarky.
Did you complete the challenge?…
As part of science week this week, Herons had to explore and discover which foods would be the best to take to Polar Regions. They had to think about weight and money. They worked together ass polar explorers.
Did you complete the challenge? How? What did you find out?
Last week in Herons we looked at why we celebrate Mother's Day and looked at different traditions around the world. We also made cards using collage materials.
What tradititon was your favourite? Why was it your favourite and what country is it from? How did you make your card?
Last Thursday we celebrated World Book Day. We have been reading lots of different books by Julia Donaldson as she has animals as her characters. We came to school dressed as an animal from one of Julia Donalson books.
What did you come as? Which book where you from? Whose was your…