Well done to Eve and Clio in Y1 for being the first children to reach 30 books on our reading challenge. They have received their certificates and had their bronze stars added to the display in the hall.
Whilst I was working with a guided reading group today, the rest of the class were independently exploring the play doh and drawing descriptions of dinosaurs. All children were on task and engaged and questioning themselves, which shows how they are already maturing into fantastic year 2 students!
What a great literacy labs session!
This week, Class 7 have enjoyed using 10p coins to add numbers up to 100. The children worked collaboratively and have used their number bonds to 10 knowledge to support them to do this activity. Great job guys!
The children in Class 7 absolutely loved creating their own dragons using play dough. The children were asked to think about how their dragon’s body weight is taken by its legs so had to really think about this and discuss with their partners how long/short or thick/thin the legs should be in order for their dragon to stand up.
As you can see, the children made some fabulous looking dragon’s and could all stand up! Also, we had so much fun doing it too!!
Wow!!!! What an engaging and creative afternoon we have had! Such teamwork, engagement, creativity, resilience and enthusiasm we have had, creating castles that have working drawbridges on them. They planned together in groups and decided themselves what equipment they would need and then today they were totally immersed in their task! Some groups even went as far as including details such as battlements, arrow loops, medieval windows and bricks!
Thank you for having such fantastic ideas class 7!
What a creative class we have in class 7! More amazing shields and swords, a cannon and a castle with a working portcullis and a drawbridge!!! Thank you so much for sharing them with us…I wish I was as talented as you guys!!!
What an amazing project that Jessica completed with her family at home. A medieval sword and shield made from wood, which her grandad cut and shaped for her. Sounds like you’ve had such fun making it- thank you so much for sharing it with us!
I was very impressed with the writing in year 2 today. Jessica and Georgie worked hard to achieve gold standard. Well done guys!