Sycamore Learning Blog: Spring 2, Week 1

By Mr Hall on Friday, March 1, 2019 in News. No Comments


Hello everyone, and welcome to another Sycamore Learning Blog! It’s been lovely to see everyone after the half term break, ready to go for another busy half term! Read on to find out what we’ve been up to… We started the week with an introduction to our new topic, The Great Fire of London! The […]

Sycamore Learning Blog: Spring 1, Week 5

By Mr Hall on Friday, February 8, 2019 in News. No Comments


Hello everyone, and welcome to another Sycamore Learning Blog! It’s hard to believe we’re now into February – where does the time go? We’ve been hard at work again this week. Read on to find out more… In English this week, we wrote a non-chronological report based on our learning from our trip to Cadbury. […]

Sycamore Learning Blog: Spring 1, Week 4

By Mr Hall on Friday, February 1, 2019 in News. 4 Comments


Hello everyone and welcome to another Sycamore Learning Blog! We’ve had another busy week, with the icing on the cake being our trip to Cadbury World on Thursday! Read on to find out what we got up to… Let’s start with the trip to Cadbury World! The children learned all about the origins of chocolate […]

Sycamore Learning Blog: Spring 1, Week 3

By Mr Hall on Friday, January 25, 2019 in News. No Comments


Hello everyone and welcome to a very short Sycamore Learning Blog this week! A quick summary of what we have managed to learn in just five days… In English, we wrote our own story based on Grendel! In Maths, we have been applying our learning about multiplication and division. I have set some Sumdog homework […]

Sycamore Learning Blog: Spring 1, Week 2

By Mr Hall on Friday, January 18, 2019 in News. No Comments


Hello everyone and welcome to another Sycamore Learning Blog! We are back in the swing of things now at school and the children have been working as hard as ever this week. Read on to find out what we’ve been up to… In English, we have continued to look at our Power of Reading book, […]

Spring Term week 1 Beech class

By Jo Mountjoy on Sunday, January 13, 2019 in News. No Comments


Hi all, It’s been a super first week back, we’ve been exploring our new topic Cadbury and chocolate – I wonder if you can find out any other interesting facts to add to our working wall? In English we have started reading a new mystery book by David Lucas our author of the half term…we’ve […]

Sycamore Learning Blog: Spring 1, Week 1

By Mr Hall on Friday, January 11, 2019 in News. No Comments


Hello everyone, and welcome to the first Sycamore Learning Blog of 2019! I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and New Year, and here we are ready to start another busy year. It’s been lovely to see the children settle back into class this week, and they are already working really hard, bringing their curiosity […]

Sycamore Learning Blog: End of Autumn Term/Christmas break!

By Mr Hall on Friday, December 21, 2018 in News. No Comments


Hello everyone, and welcome to the last Sycamore Learning Blog of the term! This is just a quick post to round off the term; how quickly it has flown by! It doesn’t seem a minute since the children first walked through my door, and now here we are at Christmas. The children have worked really, […]

Oak Learning Blog – Autumn 2 Week 4

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


Hello everyone, Welcome to this weeks Oak Learning Blog and its been another busy week packed with learning. Read on to find out more… In English this week we continued with our pumpkin theme and looked at the classic tale Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper. Following responding to this book we wrote some instructions on […]

Oak Learning Blog – Autumn 2 Week 3

By Debbie Barlow on Sunday, November 25, 2018 in Year 2. No Comments


Hello everyone. Welcome to this week’s Oak Learning Blog. We have had another fabulous week in Oak class. read on to find out what we a have  been learning about this week… This week a mystery book arrived in our classroom thanks to our Power of reading project. We have been introduced to the characters […]