In English today Larch class started their research for their non chronological report. We used information sheets to find facts about the appearance of either a parrot, sloth, howler monkey or chameleon. We recorded these onto our mind maps to use for our reports.
In PSHE this week, Larch class focused on understanding different feelings and how to notice them. In groups we studied a picture and wrote down all the powerful language we could think of describing how this person felt. Below are some pictures of our group work.
Children throughout the school took part in an assembly with Mrs Quereshi today, to discuss ideas that they thought was important about bullying. These ideas will be used to develop the schools new anti-bulling policy.
Children from all year groups took part in an anti – bullying assembly today, to discuss and consider what bullying is and what we can do as a school to prevent it.
Larch class are beginning to learn how to add numbers together using column addition. Today we used diennes and place value cards to support our understanding as to how numbers can be placed in a grid. Here are some pictures of us doing our work.
Well done to Harry, Jacob, Tinashe, Toby, Ben , Kyle and Zoe who go through to the spring term cross country final!
Today in Larch class we used atlases to find where different countries were. We plotted them on a blank world map to develop our understanding of geography .
The children joined Mrs Quereshi this morning for a tea party, to celebrate their amazing achievements in their learning his half term.
This week is you-nique week and Larch class have been learning what it means to be unique. We have tried to paint Monet’s water Lillies paintings with our eyes closed (to show how difficult it must be to paint partially sighted), as well as finding out our special talents and why we are unique in Larch class. We concluded that everyone is different and unique and this makes us all special.
In Larch class the children were learning how to use inverted commas for showing speech in writing. Children worked in groups to write a sentences and had to correctly place the inverted commas around the speech. Here are some examples