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Well it is all over for another year...and what a wonderful year it has been in Year 2. I had the...

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What a busy day Kim, Libby and I have had! We have been busy in the garden, digging tyres into the...

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Our last few days together have been lots of fun. We made our healthy fruit salads last week and...

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Welcome back Y6!

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It is lovely to see everyone back and hear all your adventures from the summer holidays. We have also welcomed a new member to our class.
Across the roughly 60 million square miles of land covering this breathtaking planet, there are a lot of exceedingly beautiful places. From serene and stirring to surreal and sublime, trying to list them all would be an impossible task; we begun our term by talking about some of our choices for superlative places — places which make us feel special and give us a sense of the wonderful planet on which we live. The children have shared some great photographs of their special places and we have used them for writing.
Our focus for this term is led by the book Exodus by Julia Bertanga. The story is set on an island faced with the problem of a rising sea level, caused by melting ice caps and other forms of global warming. Mara must think of a way to save herself, the other villagers and, most importantly, the world. This week we have concentrated on the prologue which talks about the miraculous life in the world and how the people of the earth have feasted on its wonders until, they realise to late that the world is damaged beyond repair. The prologue ends by asking if this is where we stand now here on the brink? See our class website to find out a little more about what we will be doing this term.
In numeracy we have been using our place value knowledge to make decisions and sort numbers in other scripts. You can have a look at the investigation we did and try it for yourself by visiting this website: http://nrich.maths.org/774
We have spent time with our Reception buddies — helping them with lunches, outdoor play at lunch and choosing reading books.
A busy beginning to our term!

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