Today we received a jumbled up newspaper with a shocking headline! We worked together to put the newspaper back together again.
We found out that poor Humpty was pushed off the wall. We are keeping an eye out for clues!
Some children were inspired to make posters to solve the mystery.
For the past 2 weeks we have been keeping a duckling diary and writing entries about the eggs arriving, ducklings hatching and lots more!
Today we were feeling particularly proud of ourselves and wanted to show our hard work! We were writing facts about ducks and everyone worked hard to write down facts they found interesting for their diaries.
I hope when you look at the photos below you see not only their lovely pieces of work but also the pride on their faces. Super work 1S!!!
On the way to Bethlehem.
In Red Class we have had a great time learning the Christmas story. We made books to tell the story of the first Christmas.
Here we are telling the story of the first Christmas.
Merry Christmas everyone!
To celebrate Christmas Jumper Day and finishing Pugs of the Frozen North, 3C drew pugs in winter jumpers.
In Red class we are fantastic detectives. We look for clues and share our ideas with our evidence. Today, we had a close look at this picture and answered these questions.
What are they?
Where are they?
What time of year is it?
How are they feeling?
Like real detectives we had to give evidence. We said “I think….. because…..”
Here’s the full story.
We have been learning the story of The Magic Porridge Pot! What an amazing performance. What do you think? Remember to tell everyone the story using your story maps too!
Later in the week, we will be writing the story in our own little porridge pot books! Well done everyone. I am so proud of you all.
Miss Francis worked with some children from Red and Purple class to create this wonderful Gruffalo puppet show.
In Year 1, we have been reading the story of The Magic Porridge Pot. Here is a different version for you to enjoy!
Yesterday, we role played the story!
Then we made and ATE porridge! It was very exciting but we had to remember the words to make the porridge stop cooking! Luckily we all did!
Tell someone at home how to make porridge.
We enjoyed joining in with this poem and learning some Jamaican Patois.