Evan, Ruby and Emily-Rai came to show us some wonderful character descriptions today.
The children are enjoying learning about the layers of the Rainforest and the animals that live there. Meet the Morpho butterfly who you will find spending most of its time on the forest floor.
The children in Class 6 have already started to bring in some fabulous work that they have done at home. These two beautiful pieces are from Eve and Amy who have worked so hard over the weekend! Well done girls! I am sure there will be lots more to come so watch this space!
Mr Butler and I were amazed by the children in year 3 and there outstanding work. The children worked in collaborative teams to create their own Anderson shelters.
We are only 3 days into school and already the year 3 books have lots of amazing work in them. The reading work they came to share today was awesome.
Lily and Lacie brought an awesome Anderson shelter to share today. They had worked collaboratively as part of their hook week activity. Well done guys!
Class 13 created some excellent poems all about tennis! We had to think of tennis related nouns and link them with meaningful adjectives, adverbs and verbs. Well done guys!
Troy, Liam, Lacey and Harley produced some beautiful work in maths today. They used multi-link cubes to develop their understanding of what volume is and how we can calculate it. I was very impressed with the mathematical language they used and by the end of the lesson we had achieved gold standard. Great work guys!
This week in Nursery the children have been working together to halve an amount! We used our smiley faces to help us remember what we are aiming for. The. children worked together using lots of different activities to show their understanding of halving amounts to ten and twenty! The language of learning in the classroom has been amazing this week. Well done Nursery!
“It helps us remember to do the stuff we should be doing (expected progress) Frankee
“If a friend doesn’t know how to do something we can help them. So if they can’t read a number 6 or 7 we can show them.” Cohen
“It helps us to get it right” Erin
” It helps us in our play to remember it” Flynn