What a fantastic week it has been this week in Foxes Class. The boys made some delicious banana bread in cooking and Rhys was so impressed that he asked for the recipe so that he could make some more at home!
The boys made some amazing 3D dragons using egg boxes after listening to some different stories that included dragons including the story of George and the Dragon.
We continued to learn that animals can be grouped into different groups in science and Jensen impressed us all with his knowledge of mammals and amphibians.
The writing that the boys have produced about different Toy Story characters was very impressive this week and a special mention must be made to Ashton's use of alliteration in his writing! And to Josh for really trying hard to form his letters.
In PE this week we got out lots of equipment to help us to develop our gymnastics skills. Oliver and Asa loved jumping off the beams and Jack W grew in confidence so much throughout the lesson, well done!
We also had a fabulous time celebrating Jack Mc's birthday and Ashton, Josh and Jensen even made some cakes for him that we all shared in the afternoon.
Our star of the week this week was Jack Mc for coming in to school smiling each day.
It was great to see so many of the Foxes Class in their festive jumpers this week. The boys did really well with trying different foods for their Christmas dinner. Well done!
We also made some fantastic 3D solar systems this week in science. The boys worked really well in their pairs to thing about the order, the colour and the size of the different planets.
On Wednesday morning, Foxes Class went to the Fire Station with Newstead Class.
We learnt lots of things about fire fighters and their equipment. We went to the fire station to help our learning about the Great Fire of London. We already knew that they didn't have fire engines in 1666 and the equipment was nothing like what we saw on our trip!
The boys had a fantastic time exploring the fire engines and we would like to say a big thank you to Mr Topping for inviting us to his fire station.
The Foxes have worked so hard this week to become news reporters reporting on the Great Fire of London. They had to read and research about the Great Fire of London before writing their own report about what happened.
Below are the recordings of the children reading their news reports. I'm sure you will be as proud as we all were when the children made these.
Foxes Class have been very busy this week. The boys have been solving lots of length problems in maths using a range of different resources. It was great to see the boys working together to compare their heights using meter sticks as well as bricks.
On Wednesday we had a wellness day and the boys took part in lots of different activities throughout the day. We talked about what makes us feel happy in and out of school and how we can make our friends happy if they are feeling sad.
The boys really enjoyed using bubbles as a way to control their breathing and loved taking part in a yoga session with Mrs Mason.
It has been another exciting week in Foxes Class. The boys have done some fabulous research about the Great Fire of London. They worked in groups to compare pictures of London from the past and present. Then they used collage to create their own pictures to represent the Great Fire.
In science we have continued to learn about the Earth, moon and sun. The boys enjoyed listening to a catchy song about the phases of the moon and found it very tasty when we represented these phases using Oreos!
Keep up the good work Foxes!
What a fantastic week in Foxes Class! We have been enjoying reading 'Whatever Next' in English and the children have done some amazing role play to retell the story.
The children showed brilliant understanding of equal groups in maths and they have impressed all of us with their confidence when counting in 2s, 5s and 10s.
In science we have started our topic on Earth and Space. The children made some beautiful models of the Earth, Sun and Moon and we had great discussions about them.
This week we have designed and created our own pumpkin designs in Foxes Class. We had some very creative ideas!
On Friday Foxes Class had a fantastic trip to Morven Park for a dinosaur hunt! It was great to see the children running around so enthusiastically using their orienteering skills to find the hidden dinosaurs around the park.
After the hunt the children had a play on the park. All of the children played beautifully together and had big smiles all day. What a way to end our first half term together!
This week in Foxes the children have all become paleontologist! The had to create their own fact sheet which has gone in a class book all about different dinosaurs.
Once the children had researched their chosen dinosaur and learnt some facts, we used green screening to record our new knowledge! IT was amazing to see the children speaking with such confidence and they all had so much fun doing the recording. I'm sure you will love the clips just as much as the children.
Considering this week was only a short week, we still managed to fit in lots of exciting things in Foxes Class.
We made herbivore cups using lots of different vegetables and humus. They were very tasty and we think the dinosaurs would have loved them. Although we might have had to make them a bit bigger to feed some dinosaurs!
We also made some doves of peace in RE and the children told me about all of the kind things they do for others and the kind things others do for them. It was so lovely to hear!
This week in Foxes Class we have been using atlases to help us to find out where dinosaurs lived and how the earth has changed since the times of the dinosaurs.
It has been great to see the children sharing ideas and working together.
This week the Foxes have been looking at and learning about shapes.
We were so impressed at what the children could tell us about different 2D and 3D shapes and when the children went on a shape hunt, they were even better than the adults! The children made some lovely images with their shapes and then started to sort them based on different properties!
All of the children in Foxes Class are really working hard on our Dinosaurs topic. This week we researched some dinosaurs and wrote facts that we found really interesting.
In cooking we made some 'Dinosaur Mud Cups'. The children thought these were very tasty and even the dinosaurs wanted to try them!
We have had another busy week in Foxes this week.
In English we have been looking at the story 'Chalk'. There were no words in this story so we had to write them ourselves!
We also baked some lovely Dinosaur Footprint biscuits which looked and tasted fantastic.
What a lovely start back we have had in Foxes.
The children shared all of their exciting stories from over the 6 week summer break which was lovely to hear. They children enjoyed asking each other questions about what they all got up to.
This half term we will be learning about dinosaur in our topic lesson and the children did some fantastic talking about what they already know and what they are excited to find out about.
In science we are going to be looking at the human body. This week we learnt about different food groups and enjoyed tasting some examples from each. Some food groups were much more popular than others!