We have put together some extra details about how we as a school will be celebrating World Book Day on Thursday the 4th of March, both for those of you learning from home, and those who will be in school. Please have a look at the documents below, and don’t forget to print out your world book day voucher to spend on a book!
Over the past two weeks, in topic sessions, Owls Class have been using different sources of evidence to research about the Battle of Britain. We presented our research in our topic books. Take a look at our work below!
This week in Owls Class we have been reading ‘The Lion and The Unicorn’ in English lessons. We imagined we were one of the characters and we wrote a diary entry. We presented these on our own ‘aged’ paper. Take a look at some of our work.
Owls Class have had a busy start to the new school year. In science, we have been identifying forces and measuring objects’ weight and mass. In topic, we have learned about how World War Two began and what evacuation was – we have even aged some paper so we can write our own evacuation diary entries! In RE, we have begun to learn about Judaism. For French, we have started to name rooms of the house. As part of our PSHE work, we are identifying how to keep healthy, including hygiene, physical and mental health. During our art learning, we have found out about Robert Delaunay and practised making our own art work in the same style. In maths, we are ordering, rounding and comparing numbers up to ten million. In addition to all of this, we have been focussing on the ‘Here We Are’ book in English and have written informal and formal letters, poems, advice for others and considered the rights people have.
This is my eleventh year of teaching and I feel privileged to call myself a teacher. I am a Maths Specialist Teacher, so maths is definitely a passion of mine. I enjoy making my lessons motivating, exciting and challenging. When I am not teaching, I like to spend time with my friends and family, go on country walks, visit new places and read, or listen to, a good book. Mrs Smithson