Well done, Ash class. Another week completed. Give yourselves a pat on the back for working so hard! I have been really impressed by the Reciprocity I have seen from you all this week, working together to share ideas, questions and supporting each other on Teams. You are like a football team working together!
Charlie went for his daily walk along the River Rother on Riverside Walk today and sent this photo of the water looking rather high after all of the rain we have had this week. I imagine it was very muddy along the walk!
Ollie did his Joe Wicks work out in fancy dress looking amazing!
Happy Friday, Ash class and well done! You have survived your first week of home learning for the new term. I am so proud of how hard you continue to work and wow everyone at home. Mrs Attree has also been seeing what you are up to and is equally impressed! Here is a look at some of the things you have been doing.
Daisy and Charlie worked out with Joe Wicks and Ellie spent playtime using natural resources to write her name. Daisy also did some yummy maths at lunch time making cucumber into fractions!
I hope you all have a super, restful weekend ready for another week of home learning next week. Miss D 🙂
In PE this week we carried on with hockey practicing our skills in mini games with a partner. We were really good and impressed Miss Duncan! We practiced stopping the ball, passing the ball and dribbling the ball.
On Thursday it was Christmas jumper and Christmas lunch day! Everyone wore great jumpers and enjoyed their lunch. We had turkey with gravy and we felt like we were having a feast in a hall. Everyone was happy to be wearing a Christmas jumper and we were all happy that we were warm in our jumpers!
On Monday we had Commando Joe. We had to stay on the spots and we had to get a stick and hold some guttering without touching the ends and put the balls into the bucket. We had to show resilience and reciprocity in our teams.
In Science we made some skeletons. We drew around someone in our group and then we cut out the bones and stuck them on in the correct places.
We had to try to match which label went with each picture because a curator had dropped the labels. 2 of the pictures didn’t have a label so we had to write our own. The chains were used for slaves when they were captured. The gold objects were bracelets.
In Maths we had to make 3D shapes using Clixi and describe the amount of faces, edges and vertices.
Here is the first part of ‘Silent Night’ for our Christmas performance by Miss Hawkins.
What a week! You have all been superstars this week with your fantastic home learning. Here are some of your stories and a selection of pictures of what you have been up to. Well done to Grace for completing Joe Wicks this morning. I also did a short workout…as a scientist! I cannot wait to see you all on Monday. Have a wonderful, restful weekend.
We’ve had a bit of a strange week with the class now remotely learning from home. Everyone is being super resilient and I have been so impressed by what I’ve seen so far! Well done everyone, keep it up!
Here is a selection of some of your science posters for the Youth climate summit happening this week.
This week we have started reading Where the Poppies Now Grow by Hilary Robinson. We have been working with partners to make pictures of Ben and Ray, the characters from the story, in the different parts of the story. We also thought about how they might have been feeling.