Pine Class Lead Collective Worship
Our first Virtual Class Lead Collective Worship took place this week. On Tuesday, Pine Class talked to us all about stewardship, anti-bullying and friendship.
They spoke beautifully, included drama, dance, song and some excellent poetry.
They really were fantastic! Thank you Pine class for leading our collective worship- it was so lovely for us to be able to carry on with this tradition. A huge thank you also to Miss Oram for organising and editing it all, so that we could enjoy it virtually!
Even though we have had some bad weather, Forest School has continued! They have created a fabulous canopy to work under so that they can still enjoy the area, even when it is pouring with rain! These photos were taken while it was torrential and you can see that they are still having a great time. The children are enjoying learning lots of new skills including cooking- this last week they have made pizza wraps and smores- yummy!
Key Stage 1
Look at all these fabulous photos from Key Stage 1. They are all working their socks off! We have some super autumnal art and writing, some diva lamps from where the children have learned about Diwali and some stained glass window art. We also have lots of shiny new reading books which match perfectly with the children's levels of phonic understanding.
It is so much fun visiting the Little Acorns! Here is a little glimpse of what they have been up to.
At the moment they are using lots of autumnal objects to help with their learning- here they have been building cvc (consonant, vowel, consonant) words using conkers and objects for inspiration.
The children can use the puppets and animals to say the sounds they recognise from the log slices.
Check out this autumn artwork!
WOW Alice- your work is amazing! What super writing!
Look at the gorgeous story stones and spoons that Miss Carte's dad has painted for us! This must be where Miss Carte's talents come from!
Some super, bright firework displays that the children created completely independently. Some brilliant fine motor and cutting skills used here!
Key Stage 2
Here is a little snapshot of what Key Stage 2 have been up to recently.
Year 3/4 have been looking at the the prehistoric era . They have been thinking of questions which they would like to ask and creating some amazing art work.
Year 5/6 have begun work on Macbeth! We have been creating story maps and boards to really get to know the story. We have tried to unpick the Shakespearean language and this week have moved on to writing our own modern versions of the play.
On Friday 9th October we came together to support Hello Yellow, which is a charity that focuses on young people's mental health. The children looked so bright and cheerful and helped us to raise £195.41! This is a super amount of money to go towards helping young people.
Visit https://youngminds.org.uk/about-us/who-we-are/ to find out more about this incredible charity.
WOW- so many birthdays to celebrate before the next newsletter!
Happy Birthday this time goes to...
Sage, Margot and Noah in Little Acorns
Noah and Taylor in Year 2
Willow and Ethan in Year 3
Bethany, Kabe and Maxwell in Year 4
Tianna, Jimmy, Aidan, Josh and Chloe in Year 5
Connor, Carys and Theo in Year 6
We hope you have a lovely day!
WOW! The tables were literally groaning under the weight of our Harvest Collection! The collection came to a whopping 118.6kg and had a value of £207.55. This will really help local families in need. Thank you all so much for your generosity.
Speech And Language Q & A
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Tuesday 8th December 2020
Health and Wellbeing
LSLSSP have come up with some newsletters inserts for parents/ carers for each month of the academic year. The newsletters are designed to give parents a basic understanding of health and well-being. They include links to websites for more detailed information and helplines/further support.
This month's newsletter looks at anxiety.
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