Owls Week 7 Autumn

By Helen Bridgeman on Friday, October 19, 2018 in News. No Comments


Hello Owls, well done another fantastic week. We finally found out it was a dinosaur that has been leaving the footprints all over the playground!! You have made some super dinosaur settings using paper,card ,tissue paper and felt tip pens. Then  you wrote some sentences to describe your super settings remembering your capital letter and full […]

Swans Class Blog Autumn 1 Week 6

By Katie Glover on Monday, October 15, 2018 in News. No Comments


Good Morning Swans! I hope you have all had a wonderful weekend. So last week was an exciting week for year one… we found out who had left those mysterious footprints! It was a dinosaur! We are not sure how many dinosaurs there were but we decided we needed to write a letter to the […]

Robin class- Autumn 1 Week 6

By Hannah Spencer on Sunday, October 14, 2018 in Year 1. No Comments


Hello Robins 🙂 I hope you are all having lovely weekends! I just want to say a massive well done for this week, you all worked so hard and you made Mrs Barker and I very proud teachers! At the start of the week we found some very mysterious footprints in the school grounds! We […]

Oak Learning Blog – Autumn 1 Week 6

By Debbie Barlow on Sunday, October 14, 2018 in Year 2. No Comments


Hello everyone, Welcome to another Oak Learning Blog! We have had another super week with some brilliant learning from all the children. Read on to find out what we’ve been up to this week. In English, the children designed a leaflet for their own imaginary Castle and filled it with everything they wanted in a […]

Beech Class Blog Week 6

By Jo Mountjoy on Sunday, October 14, 2018 in News. No Comments


Hello everyone and welcome to another Sycamore Beech Blog! Read on to find out what we’ve been up to this week. In English, we designed a leaflet for the imaginary Bournville Castle and filled it with everything we wanted in a castle and more. The children learned more about statement and command sentences, including using […]

Sycamore Learning Blog: Autumn 1, Week 6

By Mr Hall on Friday, October 12, 2018 in News. No Comments


Hello everyone and welcome to another Sycamore Learning Blog! The weeks continue to fly by – this week we’ve gone from glorious sunshine to pouring rain! Read on to find out what we’ve been up to this week. In English, we designed a leaflet for the imaginary Bournville Castle and filled it with everything we […]

Swans Class Blog Autumn 1 Week 5

By Katie Glover on Monday, October 8, 2018 in News. No Comments


Good morning Swans! I hope you have all had a good weekend! So last week we learnt all about Neil Armstrong and the children wrote fact files about him. They also produced wonderful drawings of him and his space rocket, Apollo 11. The following day, the children made fact files about themselves so it was lovely to […]

Oak Learning Blog – Autumn 1 Week 5

By Debbie Barlow on Sunday, October 7, 2018 in Year 2. No Comments


Hello everyone, Welcome to the Oak Learning blog! This is the first update since we started back at school. Thank you for your support and understanding in what have been very difficult weeks for me personally with the death of my mother and with Miss McHugh being absent from school. But from now on normal […]

Beech learning blog Aut week 5

By Jo Mountjoy on Sunday, October 7, 2018 in Year 2. No Comments


Hi Beech children and parents, In English, the time had finally come for the children to become authors themselves. We had been reading and immersing ourselves in the story of ‘The Princess and the White Bear King’ for the best part of a month, and this week the children created their own retelling of the […]

Owls Week 5 Autumn 1

By Helen Bridgeman on Friday, October 5, 2018 in News. No Comments


Hello Owls, Another great week well done everyone.  I have just read your fact files on Neil Armstrong WOW ! You certainly remembered a lot of information maybe share the facts with your grown ups at home. Excellent work in maths investigate and recording one more and one less remember keep practising your number formation. […]