This week’s news can be found here:
Apr 28 2017
Year 3 pupils have shown their problem solving skills. Using peer coaching techniques, they’ve ensured that their workings are clearly presented.
Year 5 pupils have been exploring some images conjured up by poetry. A dictionary and a thesaurus were never far away.
Year 4 pupils have enjoyed their cricket session this morning, which was all about throwing accuracy.
Early Years and Foundation Stage pupils are closing the week with Goldilocks, by making her a comfortable bed! The oats are being put to good use too!
Year 2 pupils enjoyed their visit to Longley Farm, where they really became involved with “hands on” activities.
Year 6 pupils have been solving a range of word problems, involving a variety of calculation skills.
Year 3 and Year 4 pupils have been perfecting their sentences by considering fronted adverbials, prepositions and expanded noun phrases. They’d used drama techniques to inspire creativity.
Early Years and Foundation Stage pupils have enjoyed the tale of Goldilocks – porridge is definitely on the menu!
Year 6 pupils are putting their consoles to the test. I was most impressed with the technical success of their project.