Miss Phillips: November 2018
What a great week we had last week with a few changes to our normal timetable!
We started our week with a lovely remembrance service to remember those who have fallen. It was lovely to have so many visitors in school to share the time with. The children were extremely respectful throughout listening intently to the various stories and experiences being shared.
Tuesday was yet again different, we headed off in our sports kit to South Cheshire College to take part in an Infants Agility Festival. We had so much fun and with each activity we did our coordination improved. We used a javelin, did some target throwing, jumped on a speed bounce, ran over an obstacle and had to run between cones in a zig-zag pattern.
On Tuesday we also met Miss Nicholson who will be joining our class every Tuesday to help in class and develop her understanding of education and teaching. She very much enjoyed getting to know everyone and we look forward to seeing her tomorrow.
In Maths we have worked very hard to understand multiplication and apply to a range of problems. Some of these made us think very hard! This week, we will be using our understanding of multiplication to develop our understanding of division.
This week, we will be continuing with our Science work on plants, retelling the story of 5 Minutes Peace before moving onto a new book and we will be starting our work on the Nativity, very exciting!
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