Well done Kaitlin Britchfield and Lily-Grace Steel, two superstar girls and this weeks Tony Hughes award winners.
Congratulations to Martha who received her Stanley 1 swimming award. We are all very proud of you!
We have been sharing lots of Kipper stories in the Nursery this half term. Can anyone remember the name of the author? We looked closely at the character and then created these fabulous pieces of work. Well done everyone! You have worked really hard all week
The Orange group had a fantastic visit to Longton Library on Wednesday. Unfortunately Sandra couldn’t be there so Mrs Gater was the story teller. The children sat beautifully as she read the stories, Mrs Gater was really proud of their behaviour. Well done everyone, we hope you enjoy the stories you chose.
Year 3 gave a confident performance this afternoon during their rehearsal. We can’t wait to see them perform to a full theatre tonight. Good luck!
We have been working hard today to find the difference between two numbers. In maths, we used tens and ones on our bar models to investigate the difference between two numbers. We tried two different methods, using subtraction and bridging using our number bonds!
The children in Reception have loved reading the story Monkey Puzzle by Julia Donaldson. We have been looking at rhyming words and have made lots of the animals from the story. We also learnt about symmetry and made our own symmetrical butterflies.
Year 1 have done some fantastic work looking at The Carnival of the Animals and the orchestra. They are learning about the families of instruments and how the different music reminds them of different animals. Beautiful work year 1 and a lovely lesson!
Year 3/1 have had a lovely afternoon looking at the fantastic displays as we moved around the museum (we even had time to look at a few skeletons in preparation for tomorrow’s science lesson).
Making our very own Stone Age pots using the ‘thumb’ pot method and then making coils to increase the size of the pot, was a real treat. Finally the children created wonderful Stone Age decorations to complete their piece of art. Well done.
Year 4 have been working hard making a model simulation of the digestive system.