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ROLL OF EXCELLENCE

 

My Roll of Excellence this week goes to:

Diyaana: for helping her peers in Maths

Divansu: for always presenting her work super neatly

and for the whole Oak class for doing their best in the sports day.

 

We have been super busy this week. Our trip to the natural History Museum was spectacular! The children learn a lot about dinosaurs. They had so many questions. If you have a chance to visit again, do please take them one more time.

The sports day was a great fun, even though our class was beaten by Jamaica! Their teacher, though, came first from the back!

We are currently in the process of making our dinosaurs Antony Gormley style. Watch this space for some photos next week.

Thank you very much for encouraging your children to use sustainable travel this week. The children also learnt about how important it was to go to bed early. Do please ask them to tell you.

 

We visited The Natural History Museum, took part in Sports Day and are in the process of making our dinosaurs . . .

All in all, Science week has been a really exciting week. Well done Oak class!

The children were creating their own sculptures out of paper, sticks and straws.

Learning about Amazing Antarctica with Year 4 Willow as part of  our Crossover links week.

Dinosaurs and Mini-beasts

Year 1 classes are in the full swing of practising for the Phonics Screening Check

Working on our phonics . . .

We have been learning about making halves of shapes and amounts; doing our phonics making words with 'ear' and 'eer' phoneme; making our paper-mache globes and finally making our toy cars.

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Writing a reflection and writing instructions . . .

Visit to the Sikh Centre in Brent.

Fiction & Non- Fiction books, Writing Reports on animals featured in 'Snail and The Whale', Learning how to add two digit numbers, Learning which countries make the UK and Making a paper-mache Globe

Y1 Oak exploring 'riddles' . . .

'Time' and using the clocks they made. Making a scroll of Mandarin numbers having made the scroll look like parchment.

Electronic toys and map making . . .

How to make the number 40! . . .

Please click here to see the Recommended Reading List for Year 1 pupils . . .

Directions and positions, creating a WANTED poster for the Big Bad Wolf and our topic of 'Toys'

Painting a forest scene twice in the style of Claude Monet, using different colours each time.

Enjoying all the Christmas activities and treats . . .

Please enjoy the photos of our theatre trip to watch 'Huddle' which was a great experience for the children . . .

Using a lot of creativity making stickmen . . .

Learning Christmas songs, counting and looking at past and present photos . . .

Y1 Oak Autumn Newsround

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Diwali, Local Area walk and interesting lessons . . .

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Learning the alternative sound for 'ee' - 'ea' . . .

Number bonds and counting in 2's . . .

We have enjoyed the Phonics Workshops, exploring the stor0y of 'Laghu the Clever Crow' and dressing up for Book Week.

Creating maps of the School Playground

Learning mathematical vocabulary when comparing numbers and Winning Writing Tools which is to add Capital letters and Full stops.

A great start to the term . . .

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