Homework exhibition

I was so impressed with the children’s homework exhibition on Friday. Well done to all of the children in Class France and the rest of Key Stage One who have absolutely excelled themselves with their homework projects. I absolutely loved looking at them all and I know how much the adults and other children did too. It was fantastic to see you applying what you have learnt at school and building on it by researching and recording other information.

Every one of you should be extremely proud of yourselves and the amazing work you have produced.

Well done Class France,

Miss Orritt

Oh I do like to be beside the Seaside!

Wow! What a fantastic day we all had on Thursday for our seaside WOW day!

We were busy planning and preparing our games all week ready for our the day. We thought carefully about the games we would like to make, and quickly had to get to work creating them and deciding what the rules would be. Miss Orritt was so impressed with how well we all worked as part of our teams.

The Year Three’s were first to try out our games and they had some great things to say about what we had made. After a busy morning, we were ready for our fish and chips on the field and they were delicious!

In the afternoon our grown ups came to play our games for a little bit and then we watched the fantastic Punch and Judy show whilst enjoying a yummy ice-cream!

It was so so much fun and we hope all of our visitors enjoyed it as much as we did!

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Land Ahoy!

Last week we were hunting for treasure in Class France. We had our very own treasure map on the carpet in the classroom which we used to give each other instructions to find different treasures!

We had to use lots of interesting vocabulary such as half turn, quarter turn, left, right, clockwise and anti-clockwise.

Miss Orritt was really impressed with our clear and accurate instructions!

Transition

Class France had a wonderful time with their new teachers on Wednesday. The children came back to class full of excitement in anticipation for September!

The Year One’s enjoyed describing themselves with Mrs Wilkinson and their new class, and the Year Two’s enjoyed their writing and art work with Miss Beveridge.

Pedestrian training

Over the past two weeks the Year 2 children have been learning about how to be safe when out walking. They have learnt about crossing roads and where they need to check for cars.

The final Pedestrian training lesson is this Friday, and the Year 2’s can’t wait!

Zoolab!

We were SO excited to be visited by Jenna from Zoolab and all of her amazing animals today. We have learnt so much and Jenna was very impressed with our learning and the interesting facts that we already knew. Miss Orritt was extremely proud of us for being so brave and showing our School Value of ‘Courage’ today by holding and touching the different animals.

Here is what we had to say about our favourite parts:

  • I like the snake because it felt soft and smooth.
  • I can’t believe that an African land snail has TEN THOUSAND teeth!
  • The cockroach felt tickly on my hands.
  • My favourite part was when the frog jumped out of its box and towards us.

 

We had a brilliant morning and Miss Orritt was so proud of us for being so sensible too.

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We found it very funny looking at our faces on the photographs afterwards!