Teaching and learning celebrations w/c 05/12/2022

Class 1 This week we have been very busy rehearsing for our ‘Wriggly Nativity’. We have made our teachers very proud with our singing and dancing – there is a lot to remember but we are persevering.

We were very excited to discover our water area had completely frozen over – we experimented with ways to break the ice and enjoyed painting it different colours.

We have been learning all about the First Christmas and the birth of Jesus and created our own nativity scene. We also worked together to retell the story.

In our Maths lessons we have been exploring shapes, with a focus on circles. We made our own circles and turned them into something special for our Christmas tree.

Class 2  have shown great perseverance this week as they practiced 'Wriggly Nativity' and wrote a final copy of their letter to Santa.  There was a real buzz on Christmas dinner day, especially when it started snowing!  The class are enjoying the morning hunt for Puddles and our advent calendar day, date and month focus during December.  They are increasing their independence and individual responsibility to remember to put on their coat, hat, gloves and scarves due to the change of weather this week.  We are looking forward to sharing our Nativity and Awesome Endings with family and friends next week.


Class 3 This week in Class 3 we have been practising making a pop-up fold in D&T for our Christmas cards. In Maths, Y3 have been working on addition and subtraction and Y4 began their multiplication and division unit. They are getting a lot more confident with their times table knowledge.  They have also been working really hard on our performance of Joseph and they cannot wait to perform next week! 


Class 4 have had a really positive week; everyone enjoyed the amazing Christmas lunch served up by Mrs Potts. After lunch Mrs Dalgleish surprised the children with a 'snow machine' which was great fun! We have been putting the final touches to our Christmas Production, creating props and a background, the children are so excited to perform in front of an audience. 

In Science we have been carrying out practical experiments to find out which material is the best thermal insulator. Everyone made predictions and decided on the variables required to carry out a fair test. In maths, the children have been comparing fractions in year 5 and multiplying fractions in year 6. Everyone has demonstrated a good understanding and worked hard. We have begun our preparations for 'Awesome Endings' too! We look forward to welcoming parents into Class 4 next week.


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