Bug Club is a way for children to read books and complete activities which focus on spelling, grammar and phonics.
Children also get the opportunity to complete activities and play educational games as a reward for completing tasks set by their class teacher.
The video below explains how to use Bug Club.
In the nursery we have been very lucky to watch five baby caterpillars grow into butterflies. This week the butterflies emerged from their chrysalis and we set them free into our nursery garden.
Tell your families all about it.
We examined the empty chrysalis shells.
Thank you Xin-Yi and Malachi for sharing some fantastic writing with us. We loved hearing the dramatic tale of the plucky little duck and the informative news article all about computer games.
Well done! What a fantastic assembly Purple Class!
news report model text
Can you learn it BY HEART, with actions?
In maths we have been learning about capacity. Find the capacity of the measuring cylinders on the home learning sheet then find the capacity of some containers in your home! Think about milk cartons, drink bottles, sauce bottles…
For English try to improve the story by adding synonyms!
On Tuesday Year 2 are visiting Whitstable.
Whitstable is a town AND it is by the sea.
Think about how it will be DIFFERENT to Catford, then think of some ways in which it might be similar.
You could write down your ideas and bring them in to school on Monday.
Today, we received a video from PC Lucie asking us to help solve yesterday’s crime!
Today, we told each other who we think pushed Humpty. We had to share our evidence with the class to prove what we thought.
What evidence did you find?
Last week 1S were shocked to hear about this crime happening in Lewisham!
We were even more shocked to see this crime taking place in our playground!
We explored the crime scene and wrote notes to pass on to the fairytale police! What clues did you find? Who do you suspect pushed Humpty?