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Wow! What a busy week of PE we've had!Year 1 have continued to work hard on their jumping...


Hope you all had a well earned weekend break after how hard you all worked last week!In English...

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Another very busy week with everyone working hard and trying their best. What more could I ask for...

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After our adventures in the woodland last week, we used our experiences in Literacy to help us write Robin Hood survival guides and also learnt how to use commas in a list of words and semi-colons in a list of phrases.

In numeracy, we have spent time learning about 2d and 3d shapes. We explored right angles, lines of symmetry (which as the photo shows, Amelia and Maddie used immediately after our lesson when they found a plant model with a line of symmetry in our science area), the vocabulary of 2d and 3d shapes and how to use Venn Diagrams and Carroll diagrams to sort shapes based on their properties. Our work has been very practical so evidence is in photo form (see photo examples here).

We also began to explore the history of Wybunbury and discovered that 'Wimberie' was first mentioned in the Domesday Book. We found out more about some of the big land owning families in this area throughout history and that the Delves Broughton family actually built our school. We realised that Wybunbury existed during Robin Hood's lifetime. We wondered if he might have visited!!

In music, we are learning about Reggae by exploring the work of Bob Marley and are having great fun marching to the pulse of the song, singing the melody and using our body to copy and repeat rhythms.

On Thursday afternoon, we took part in our second KiVa lesson and explored emotions. We realised that sometimes a person's emotions are clear to see or hear but that not everyone responds to their emotions in the same way. If people do not make their emotions clear, we may need to 'put ourselves in their shoes' and explore how they may be feeling on the inside. We realised this could be a great way to work out how to make them feel better.

Today, we began to answer questions in French and took part in short conversations.

We are working very hard on making the right decisions too and bringing energy to our learning. This is more and more evident in class and children are participating far more readily in lessons which helps to bring lessons and learning to life. Well done everyone and keep up the hard work.

Have a happy weekend everyone.

Miss Lake

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