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Y1 - Week 6, by Miss Jones

Date: 11th Oct 2020 @ 7:05pm

Another fun week in Year One. On Monday, a mysterious, frozen block of ice appeared on our tuff tray. We enjoyed watching it melt and guessing what was inside. It was lots of ..... Arctic animals! The children are really enjoying playing with them in the Arctic small world area as well as learning about animals that live in cold habitats with Mrs Bailey. 

We also had a letter from a character in our English text, Mr Forgetful, who works in the Lost and Found Office. He had mixed up and lost some of the labels for the lost animals and asked for Year One's help. We were able to match up the mixed up labels and write new ones for him. Good job Year One! 

Y2 Geography Walk, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 9th Oct 2020 @ 3:14pm

As part of our Geography work this week, we took part in some fieldwork to map our local area. You may have seen us out enjoying the sunshine looking for the main features of Vicars Cross. Check out our pictures. 

Year 4 - Ancient Greek Art (vases & theatre masks) & Orienteering!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 7th Oct 2020 @ 7:51pm

Busy in Reception, by Mrs Wheatcroft

Date: 7th Oct 2020 @ 12:48pm

We are working hard in Reception. We are especially enjoying playing with our new water feature, made for us by our wonderful site manager, Mr Stephens. 

Year 3 - Monoprinting, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 6th Oct 2020 @ 5:04pm

Y1 - Week 5, by Miss Jones

Date: 4th Oct 2020 @ 2:39pm

Year 1 have had another busy week. We have been practising combining words to make simple sentences and practising counting forwards and backwards. The children were also very excited to start working in their new Maths No Problem workbooks. With Miss Anders, the children have been talking about friendship and how we can be a good friend. The children were able to identify the difference between friendly and unfriendly actions.  


For National Poetry Day on Thursday we enjoyed learning actions to two poems all about Autumn, 'I Hear Thunder and The Autumn Action Rhyme'.

Year 3 - The Great Wave, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 2nd Oct 2020 @ 4:11pm

In our English lessons we have just finished the story 'Seal Surfer' by Michael Foreman. We were curious as to where the Grandfather had gone so acted in role as the boy and Grandfather on the phone to each other.

Continuing with our ocean theme, we have developed of our knowledge of the artist Hokusai and replicated the print 'The great wave of Kanagawa' using our sketching skills. Look how incredible they look! 

Miss Yates, Mrs Holmes, Mrs Mighella, Mrs Wood and I are all extremely impressed with the results of our first spelling test this week. Absolute superstars! Thank you for all your support at home. We've loved looking through their homework books and have even started to display some of their work in the classroom!

Year 4 - Samba!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 2nd Oct 2020 @ 12:43pm

Year 4 are doing really well with their Samba lessons and instead of a mini concert in December, Helen and Vicky (Samba teachers) are going to create a video which we will email to parents.

Y2 World Poetry Day, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 1st Oct 2020 @ 3:08pm

To celebrate World Poetry Day Year 2 have been writing our very own poems about the character Timothy Limpet from our class text Troll Swap. We based our poems on the poem Billy McCool by Aoife Mannix. 

Check out us reading our poems below!

Year 2 skipping workshop, by Mrs Marshall

Date: 28th Sep 2020 @ 4:44pm

We had a great time practising our skipping! We never knew there were so many different skipping styles :)

Y1 - Week 4, by Miss Jones

Date: 26th Sep 2020 @ 9:54pm

We have had a another busy week in Year One. We have made a whole class piece of artwork to display at the local church. The theme was Harvest so we made a rainbow using fruit and vegetables printing. We have also started our new book in English called Lost and Found. We have enjoyed making predictions about our new book and have practised out cutting skills by making a shape penguin. On Thursday we enjoyed taking part in the skipping workshop. Finally, on Friday we took part in our last Forest Schools session.   

Year 3 skipping workshop, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 25th Sep 2020 @ 4:56pm

Y5 Harvest art, by Mrs Percival

Date: 24th Sep 2020 @ 5:39pm

We have been working on some Harvest art to be displayed locally and in our classroom. Here are some exampIes of what we have done so far.  love them!

Y1 - Week 3, by Miss Jones

Date: 18th Sep 2020 @ 10:17am

This week, our learning has been based on the most beautiful book called The Colour Monster. One day, Colour Monster wakes up feeling very confused. His emotions are all over the place; he feels angry, happy, calm, sad and scared all at once! To help him, a little girl shows him what each feeling means through colour.

First, we enjoyed listening to the story and discussing each of the different emotions. We then listened to different types of music and talked about how music can affect the way we feel. Then we made birthday cards for everyone in the class so that they feel happy on their birthday. Throughout the week, we have painted and collaged our own colour monsters for our art gallery and made emotion jars for a class display. In Maths, we have practised counting monsters, explored 2d shapes and found different ways to sort objects and monsters. We have also used role-play puppets to retell the story. In writing, we began learning how to use finger spaces and full stops when writing speech bubbles. 


What a busy week we have had!


If you would like to listen to the story again, here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ih0iu80u04Y&t=303s

There is also a bonus quiz to try at the end.   

Year 4 - Singing in the fire pit!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 18th Sep 2020 @ 7:50am

After exploring the fire pit during an orienteering lesson, Mr Sloan decided to take the class back there to lead a Bob Marley sing-a-long with his guitar. The children remembered all the words and kept in time with their egg shakers!

Our first full week in Year 1, by Miss Jones

Date: 13th Sep 2020 @ 11:25am

What a busy week we have had this week, topped off with our first Forest School session with Mr Hadfield. For Forest school photographs from Friday 11th September, click here 


Miss Jones smiley

Y2 Sharing our special books, by Mrs Marshall

Date: 11th Sep 2020 @ 4:25pm

Our fantastic first week..., by Mrs Harrison

Date: 11th Sep 2020 @ 4:19pm

Year 4 - First full week back at school!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 11th Sep 2020 @ 7:16am

Year 4 have settled brilliantly back into school and they have been extremely busy! Here are some pictures from their first drawing lesson looking at tone in preparation for some art work linked to the Ancient Greeks!

Welcome to Year 3, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 7th Sep 2020 @ 4:24pm

Year 3 have been using a range of texts over the past couple of days. We have been focusing on emotions, how to express them and how to manage them through the books 'The colour monster' and 'Snow White and the angry dwarf'. We have also looked at changes, adaptations and hygiene through the following texts 'The koala who could' and 'Blow your nose big bad wolf'.

I wonder whether the Year 3s can recall one of the texts at home?

Hands-on learning in Year 1, by Mrs Bailey

Date: 4th Sep 2020 @ 4:53pm

Welcome to the Year 3 Classroom, by Mrs Harrison

Date: 2nd Sep 2020 @ 5:25pm

Learning in Year 1, by Miss Jones

Date: 17th Jul 2020 @ 3:07pm

Thank you for sending me you work from the final week of Year 1. 

You are all Superstars and I hope you have a lovely break over the Summer Holidays.

Thank you all for making me smile this year. 

See you at 4:30 for our Goodbye Zoom. 

Miss Jones. 

Year 3's home learning! Week 14 (final week), by Mrs Harrison

Date: 16th Jul 2020 @ 9:20pm

Wow! What a way to end Year 3. We had a fantastic end of year Zoom party on Thursday afternoon and Miss Yates and I loved seeing all your smiley faces. It was a real treat. The hats and decorations you made were fabulous. We thoroughly enjoyed looking at your artwork and hearing all your lovely memories. Also, what a difficult game of musical statues. You were all so good (parents as well)! 

I hope you enjoyed seeing your surprise guests and are now looking forward to Year 4.

Have an incredible summer break.

Stay safe,

Mrs Harrison and Miss Yates


Year's 4's Fantastic Home Learning - Final Week!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 15th Jul 2020 @ 1:10pm

David has researched the prey of the komodo dragon - the water buffalo. See his PowerPoint below.

Brooke has found lots of facts about rabbits and she found a burrow entrance at Delamere Forest. Read more in Brooke's PowerPoint.

Luke has also been finding out lots of information about bunny rabbits! Find out more in his PowerPoint!

Felix has learnt lots about zebras. Do you know what a group of zebras are called? Have a look at his slides below to find out.

Freya has made an impressive sculpture of a volcano out of clay!



Niamh has used a very effective way of presenting all her information on deer!


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