Teaching and learning celebrations w/c 21/11/2022

Class 1 have been very busy this week.

We enjoyed our last session with Emily from CDA and have learned lots of different moves.

We have begun learning our songs for our Christmas performance - a fantastic start, we’re very excited!

Our book of the week was ‘Little Red’, which has a slightly different ending to the traditional tale! We compared this with a different version of Little Red Riding Hood. We shared our opinions about why we liked each story, then voted for our favourite.

In maths, we have been learning all about how numbers are made. We did some printing to show the different ways we can make 4.

In PSED, we have been creating our own houses. We than drew out families to add to them, looking at the differences and talking about why being different is good.

Class 2  we have enjoyed starting our Christmas Nativity and are beginning to learn the songs. We have been writing letters to the crayons in the story ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’. We read some silly class rules in PSED and then made up our own. We also enjoyed our last dance session and dancing to Christmas music.


Class 3 have continued to work hard in maths this week when adding and subtracting and Year 4 have been working on some maths challenges to extend their learning. We have been reading a non-fiction text in our whole class reading sessions about broken bones. It became apparent that lots of the children in class 3 have broken a bone and they were quite interested in all the scientific terminology that we discussed. The children have also been learning their lines and songs ready for their Christmas performance, which they are all very excited about. Overall, it has been a great week in Class 3.


Class 4 have had a very productive week. Our highlight has to be our visit to 'The Devil's Porridge' museum which focuses on World War 1 and 2. The children experienced hands-on interactive workshops, where they had the opportunity to investigate living in the trenches, evacuation, the Blitz, ammunition factories, to name but a few. Their behaviour was impeccable; all of the adults commented on their fantastic attitudes and engagement. We were very proud of our pupils! 

In PE, the children finished their dance with Emily from CDA, it looks amazing; they will be performing their routine in our Christmas production. Watch this space! 

In English everyone has been busy finishing writing their letters, I am very impressed with their skills and focus. Some children have represented Crosby school this week in Cross Country and football, once again demonstrating our school values by being respectful, supportive with their peers and persevering.

Well done Class 4, have a lovey weekend! 


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