Wow! 61 books from the reception classes! Great start! Please keep bringing in your books for credit for news ones in our first book exchange session!
For coding week, Larch class had to code a monster to move towards the bean so he could eat it. We used code to make the monster walk, jump and move a certain amount of times. We found it challenging and fun!
Don’t forget about our book swap! Bring in your old books for credit when our swap sessions start in the new year!
We worked hard using 2 different strategies to find the missing number. Can you see our different strategies?
In Geography, Year four are learning about the UK. They duscussed the idea of steroetypes and how different people have different ideas about the same country. The children brainstormed words to do with the UK and in our computing session, they put them into a wordle.
‘Twas a very festive sight this Friday in Maple,
as 30 students wore Christmas Jumpers, a very festive staple.
As festivities begin in Tanner’s Wood, Maple Class started by learning the meaning of Advent and reasons as to why it is celebrated (Whilst sporting some fantastic Christmas clothing!) This culminated in Maple Class’s Christmas Wreath in which each pupil wrote some of the preparations they make each year for Christmas, deciding which were the most important to feature on their part of the wreath.
And a very special visitor came to see Juniper class today!
To round up our topic ‘people who help us’ we had a vet come to visit us. We learnt all about what vets do and how they care for our pets. We even got to meet an adorable dog called poppy. Soooo cute!