As part of our topic about ‘Our Bodies’ we have read the story ‘Funny Bones’. We sequenced the story, made character puppets and painted skeletons. In Maths we ordered the skeletons by height using the vocabulary ‘tall’ and ‘short’. Super work everybody!
The nursery children have had a fantastic Monday. We have been learning about the author Melanie Watt. She wrote the Scaredy Squirrel books. We have shared some of the first book today. More Scaredy adventures tomorrow.
Please find attached the new spelling list for Year 4 children. The spellings are all subordinating conjunction words, and can be used by the children to extend their sentences.
The children will be quizzed on these words on Friday 29th September, and paper copies were given to the children this afternoon to take home and practise.
Many thanks to all parents and carers for their help in supporting the children with their spelling every week. Just a few minutes a day can make a huge difference!
Can you think of a sentence that includes one of our spelling words? Share it with us below!
Here are the Year 5 spellings for most of our children.
Try to remember the plural rules and practise them as many times as you can. Also, try to test yourself, don’t just copy them out!
Keep up the hard work!!!
Here are the Spellings For Next Week! Remember to practise them 3 times in your spelling book!
In Year 5 we are revisiting the spelling rules for plural nouns. Who can remember what happens to words ending in a consonant and a y? …or most words that end in o?
Here’s our list:
Test on Monday
The Reception children have produced some fantastic writing about members of their family. They have been working really hard to hear the sounds in their words and to form their letters correctly. We also love their super drawings! Well done Ladybirds and Busy Bees.
The Year 6 children have been working hard practising their editing and improving skills: spotting and correcting mistakes, changing words for more interesting ones, using () — ,, for extra information, adding adjectives to nouns for detail and much more. Look how hard they’re working – keep it up!
Our topic this half term is The Arctic and The Antarctic so we started off the new school year with a description of an igloo. To get children to imagine a little about what they might be like, they tested out how ice cubes felt. Children worked well as a table team to come up with adjectives before turning them in to some super sentences! After that children were amazing at self assessing their work to check for those all important CL (capital letters) and FS (full stops). You have really impressed me.
If you pay us a visit on the next transition morning you may spot some of this fantastic work on display.
What a fantastic start to the year Year 2!