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Busy times this week in Y6. You have worked so hard and I am very proud of you all.We began a new...

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What another very busy week we have had! In English this week we have been using our class story...

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What a fantastic week of PE. We've been lucky with the weather although there is definitely...

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Our first week back

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We have had another busy week in year 1. In literacy, we have read our class story for this term 'The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch' (please see our class page for a link to watch a youtube video of the story). The children have written a character description about Mr Grinling, the lighthouse keeper using adjectives and have been introduced to the idea of commas in a list form. We have also been looking out for commas in our stories. Can you find any at home? Remember, when you are reading a comma, it means you need to take a short pause. We are focusing on commas in a list form and have made up our own sentences about the food that Mrs Grinling cooks for Mr Grinling. We have been introduced to our friendly teddy cat Hamish, from the story too and we have found out his favourite food is...fish! In fact, his motto is 'Fish with everything...even chocolate cake!'

In numeracy, we have been consolidating counting in tens from any one digit number and we have been focusing on the maths word 'between'. We have been looking at numbers up to 100 and finding out which 10s numbers they are between. For example, 46 is between 40 and 50. Can you choose some numbers at home and tell an adult which 10s numbers they are between? Towards the end of the week, we started to investigate halves and quarters of shapes and made 'pizzas' with different toppings on each half or quarter. Click here for a fractions game to play at home.

In the afternoons, we have been planting giant sunflowers, completing our 'Big Art' (including making an octopus and a coral reef!) and painting sunflowers, in preparation for our artist work next week.

Spellings will be given out on Monday and will focus on gaps in learning/consolidation of previously learnt sounds in preparation for the Phonics Screening Check in June.

Have a lovely weekend.

Mrs Rogers

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