This week Lower Foundation have been talking about moving onto their new classes in Upper Foundation or Reception
The children made yummy ice creams using different flavours that they wish to take with them on this exciting move.
The children discussed Golden Rules and good behaviours that our new teachers and friends may want to see.
The children created divine ice creams with a variety of flavours including 'Kind Strawberry', 'Listening Vanilla' and 'Helpful Chocolate' Mmmm delicious!
It has been a week filled with anticipation! There was a lot of chat leading up to Wednesday’s great reveal. The children were so excited to find out who was going to be their Year 2 teacher. They all enjoyed getting together for their Teams call and acknowledging they were now, Year 2!
The children continue to skip and run into school. The learning has been in full flow and it has been lovely to do some of our learning outside. We have enjoyed seeing the work coming from home too, especially the elaborate and detailed castles.
In Mathematics and English, the children are revising many of the concepts they have covered during this academic year. It is quite amazing to see how hard they have worked, the extent of their learning and how much they have retained.
As our Topic of Loving London comes to an end, the children have been sending in photographs of their amazing creations. They have enjoyed talking to the class about their castles and how they went about putting the design together.
We will be sending the children home with many of their workbooks next week. Please could we ask you to bring in a long-life bag on Monday, something strong and sturdy to take the weight! Please enjoy looking at all the work together. You will not need to return any of the folders or books in September.
Microsoft Teams meeting week 11: Wednesday 8th July 11:15am
The Year One Team
Anna made this brill video showing her great castle off!
The 3 bubbles enjoyed a sports afternoon today bathed in lovely sunshine and it featured healthy competition, lots of support for the other teams and great desire and application from all the boys and girls. More photos to follow next week but a small selection below. Well done everyone!
Some pictures and writings about Malala who recently graduated from Oxford University having campaigned for girls' rights to an education:
Year 6 have been designing and making their own clocks in their afternoons back in school
Here we have just 3 examples of some of the great things our Year 6s have been producing as part of their Oakfield Diploma: Arianna with her home made 'Never have I ever..' game, Ella with her memories book and Danny with his chessboard and pieces - all homemade!
Created with images by Brooke Lark - "Dead of winter over here in SLC. So I decided a pitcher full of sunshine in the form of sparkling sangria was most definitely on the menu." • Hana Lopez - "untitled image" • Crew - "Hanging shirts and jackets" • Kimberly Farmer - "A collection of books. A little time. A lot of learning." • Caroline Justine - "untitled image" • Arièle Bonte - "grl pwr in lisbon" • Leo Wieling - "Recording the vocals" • Nikhita Singhal - "Birthday cake"