Children in 1/2B looked at pictures spanning the last 100 years and placed them in time order from the past to now 📆
In RE, the children in 1/2B created their own version of the Ten Commandments 📜
Keeping a growth mindset, 1/2B watched a short video about the magic of mistakes and discussed the message it sent. 🌈❤️
Sharing favourite stories from home with our classmates in 1/2B 📖
1/2B can tell you the steps you would take to make a castle 🏰
As part of our Mental Health Awareness Week 🌈 1/2B discussed making goals for ourselves. The children shared their ideas ⭐️
1/2B have another young author who likes to share his writing ✍️ 📖
We are so lucky to have our own author and storyteller in 1/2B 📖
1/2B had lots of discussion in RE about how we can protect our world and what might happen if we don’t 🌍
We have enjoyed learning French pet vocabulary in 1/2B, using games and sound clips to help us get it just right 👍🏻😀
In F1, we have practised an autumnal poem about hedgehogs! Together, we even came up with some actions! This is our poem: I’m a little hedgehog, Brown and small, Very prickly, Not that tall. When I’m feeling frightened, Away I crawl, And curl up into a ball! Well done, F1. You were very resilient and […]
1/2B used drama to retell creation stories as part of our RE learning about the world around us 🌎
Today we used drama to immerse ourselves in character scenarios from our class text: The Giraffe, the Pelly and Me 🎭
In KS1, we enjoyed matching 🇫🇷 vocabulary to the correct sporting activity. It was surprising to see some of the words were very similar to our English words for sports!
After considering what medicines can include and how they might look, we discussed some real life scenarios and thought about how we would handle the same situation. The children then wrote about what they had learned.
We really enjoyed today’s storyteller reading her favourite book! 📖
We love it when we have storytelling volunteers…
As part of our London topic, we had a workshop yesterday to enjoy interactive learning activities about the Great Fire of London. The children did freeze frames, bucket relays and re-enacted various parts of the historical events. It was a fabulous opportunity to apply and embed the learning we have done in class. […]
We had some new readers volunteering for peer story time today 👍🏻😀
The children have been practising their French conversation skills this week by making a daily weather report. Each table group took turns to make a weather report video that they would like to share with you… lundi mardi mercredi jeudi vendredi
As part of our topic learning about The Great Fire of London, the children used their interviewing techniques to make a news report video. After carefully thinking about suitable witnesses and questions to ask, they worked as a team to record each other as roving reporters. Here are a couple of examples: Children’s news reporting […]
We love working with our Chinese partners as part of an international project. After exchanging ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ stories, we have learned about a traditional Chinese story called ‘The Three Monks.’ We learned the story in English, then the children were really enthusiastic about reading the story in Chinese. Watch our video to see […]
It was book t-shirts galore today, for World Book Day! We had a go at building a reading den in school for our World Book Day activities. Later, we went live with our class to see how the den building was going on at home. It was lovely to hangout together, sharing extracts and chatting […]
This week we have looked at the amazing text ‘After the Fall’ by Dan Santat. We considered the deeper meaning within the story and discussed how we can be resilient and have a ‘Growth Mindset’. Our children were brilliant at this and we had a really meaningful discussion. We then closed our eyes and thought […]
We then wrote about the key points that we agreed or disagreed with from the story.
Today we practiced our numbers to ten… in French. video clip 🎬 We also presented our numbers, using dominoes to show English and French.
We have been exploring examples of Asian poetry in 2WB. Poetry has included storytelling, shape poems, Haiku, rhymes and even nonsense. We have been thinking about what we like and using our oracy skills to justify our opinions. Here are some examples: Alexie Oracy Amelia Oracy Darcie Oracy Eliza Oracy Khalifa Oracy Kieran Oracy a […]