Week beginning 8th – 18th May 2018

The next two weeks learning….
Shared text – The Little Red Hen – traditional tale

Last week the children were due to find an egg and we were going to begin exploring and researching the things that come from eggs and find out which animals are born live. Because their Thank you cake, growing cress and trip to the woods to draw bluebells took their learning in a whole new direction (Galleries) We will continue this next week. The work we do this week will also roll over into the following week as we have a slightly shorter week with the bank holiday on the 7th May. This will all be linked to the story of the Little Red Hen in preparation for our trip to the Windmill on Wednesday 16th May (Details in letter section) Linked to the story we will learn about jobs from the past and how technology has changed the way we live. After our trip where we will grind our own corn, the children will make their own bread and discuss how technology they have in their homes helps them. The children will begin story telling and writing and we will continue to look at problem solving real problems using numbers.

Reminder….We will hold another gymnastic sessions in the hall and then we will begin doing our hall sessions outside if the weather holds. Please make sure your child has appropriate shoes for going outside to do PE. Either trainers or plimsolls. These will need to live at school as we will not have a set day for PE. (I haven’t had any yet?!)

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16 thoughts on “Week beginning 8th – 18th May 2018

  1. George loves all the home learning games, we have been working through the Maths ones recently, but he has asked if you could put the Geo bands and shapes boards back up again? I cant remember the correct name but I’m sure you know what I mean! Thanks

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  2. No film canisters I’m afraid. We have many other things like bottles etc. that are rocket like, but I’m not sure what your plans are. Can you describe what you plan to do and what other things might be suitable. Don’t want to send Aidan in with a load of old rubbish… Thanks.

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  3. I recall some homework based on using adjectives was set, which I thought was due in for Monday. Have I missed the deadline? If not can someone remind me of what it was. Thanks.

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  4. The site is fabulous, a great tool for us parents! Thank you for taking the time to update it and share the children’s learning experience with us…we especially love the OWL photos!

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  5. Brilliant! I am terrorising the boys at bedtime with my old Barnaby bear. He has a ‘Phil Mitchell’ voice and keeps saying he is going to get them! I can assure you the boys love it. I am now questioning my parenting skills 🙂

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