IT’S COMING HOME!
Chestnut class were far to excited today about last nights football score. So we got out the footballs and did some training! We ran, jumped, passed and practised our ball skills. Then we had a mini tournament! Well done to the non-bib team who were our champions!
FOOTBALLS COMING HOME!
Esmae has been measuring her sunflower in (CM). Great work looking after it Esmae!
Look at Emalee's sunflowers! She is taking such good care of them! Great job!
All the children across school are walking a mile each week around the school. Chestnut class walked their first mile in the school playgrounds on Wednesday afternoon and will continue this every Wednesday during their PE lesson until the end of summer term. They had lots of fun.
The KS1 children have made a fantastic fairy garden. They carefully coloured in a variety of different butterflies 🦋 and fairies 🧚♀️, painted rocks with decorative pictures and helped each other to design the layout of our beautiful fairy garden.
This week the children have been retelling the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. They made story maps and actions to go with it to help them remember the story. They made their own puppets, and in groups put on puppet shows to the rest of the class before they started to write. I am so proud of all of your writing and it puts a huge smile on my face to see the progress you have made this year. Keep it up! Miss Brown :)
Check out Parker's Sunflower! Is anyone beating us? This is ready for a bigger pot now.
Don't forget to send me pictures of how well your sunflowers are growing!
Can you spot our very own Bug Hotel in the KS1 playground?
Check us out! Today, we have been making equal groups ready to learn our 2, 5 and 10 multiplications.
Read, Write, Inc
Your child may have come home from school talking about Read, Write, Inc.
This is a new way we are teaching phonics across the school. Phonics help your child with reading and writing.
To help you as parents, I have attached some links which may help you to understand what we are teaching, how we are teaching phonics, as well as some useful resources for you to use as well.
If you have any questions about this new, exciting way of teaching your child phonics, please come and ask us!
A story to read at home with your adult ready for coming back to school :)
A poem about Pippa
Autumn 2 Homework
Almost time to come back to school. I hope you have had a great week off. When we return we will be looking at some poetry and riddles!
Can you solve these?
What has hands and a face but cant hold anything or smile?
It belongs to you but your friends use it more?
I have a tail and a head but no body. What am I?
See you all Tuesday. Miss Brown
Look at Jason's fantastic picture and facts about The Great Fire of London!
Today's remote learning superstar is Jude! Super sentence sorting. Jude could say all of his phase 2 sounds when he found them around the house :)
A super job at sorting those sentences Lexis!
Here are some of our addition posters...
Today's remote learning superstar is Lochlan! Look at all the features of a diary entry he found and his fab addition sums.
Emalee has been using objects from around the house to help her complete today's maths task. Super!
Jemima has been a maths superstar today. Very impressed!
How fab does this look? Great work with today's English task.
Today's remote learning superstar is Jake! Great to see you sounding out your own spellings. Well done!
Check out today's home learning superstar!
Check out our Tudor houses! Just like the ones from The Great Fire of London.
Hi Chestnut Class!
Here is your homework grid. Please complete a task by Thursday each week. The first piece is due by Thursday 1st October. Please send this to the class email address which can be found on the document.
I hope you like being able to choose which task you would like to do each week.