: June 2015
We can't believe how big our Painted Lady Caterpillars are! We will have to keep checking on them because very soon they will begin to make their cocoon's. We are so excited!
We enjoyed learning outside for most of the week. Mini beast hunts, reading and number learning was great fun outside on the field. We are making a Caterpillar diary, and using the butterflies to help us to learn our number bonds. We have made a very long caterpillars with our numbers to 20!
We have enjoyed reading lots of books on caterpillars and talking about mini beasts and how we can tell if they are an insect or not.
Everyone in Base 1 is working very hard and trying their best. We are having lots of fun!
popular recent articlesAlso in the news
Another brilliant week for Base 3! In literacy, we started the week by looking at non-chronological reports and how we could use one to write about the river wildlife from our book 'The Wind in the Willows'. The children decided that first they would need to find out lots of information about the animals, diet, appearance, habitat and even a couple of extra 'interesting facts'...
What a great week in Base 4! Along with the rest of KS2, we achieved 100% attendance which is a great result. We've all been in school and eager to learn.Our work on The Explorer has taken us on a voyage down the river Amazon. We've been identifying the features that the author uses within her text to help us learn how to write in a similar style. We've looked at the way...
What fabulous learning that has happened this week! Well done to all the children who have received an award this week for a variety of reasons. It is lovely as always to hear about the learning that is going on in each class.Our winning house team was blue team this week. Well done to all of the children in blue team who helped the team to win.Our attendance this week is spectacular, all...
Base 5 classroom