Welcome back!

I hope you all had a lovely half term break. You have all come back full of enthusiasm for our home learning – I’m seeing some really beautiful, high quality work.

Have a little look …

Well done class five, adults too!

You’re all amazing.

Mrs Parsons xxx

Books!

This week we have been thinking about The Green Ship. We have made predictions and critiqued the opening.

We then spent time interviewing our adults to find out which books they liked when they were younger.

We read lots of our favourite books and critiqued the openings.

And even found time for all of these activities too!

Well done class 5, I am proud of all of you.

Keep smiling,

Mrs Parsons xx

Mice, maths, expedition and brilliant bubbles.

It’s been another busy week of home learning, full of

town mice and country mice,

brilliant maths,

expedition work,

and George set us a challenge of blowing some brilliant bubbles.

Thank you for sharing your week with me.

Mrs Parsons xx

What a day!

You never fail to amaze me class five. The amount of beautiful work you have shared with me today in incredible.

I’m so proud of how hard you’re all working – I love logging on everyday to see all of your photographs and messages.

Have a little look at what we have been up to today –

a 3D shape hunt,

a syllable word challenge,

and we were Geographers as part of our expedition …

we even managed to find time for crafts, helping our adults with DIY and even a hot chocolate break!

I can’t wait to see what fabulous learning tomorrow will bring!

Mrs Parsons xxx

Another amazing week …

Well Class Five you have done it again – I am so proud of all the beautiful work being produced at home. The enthusiasm for our new expedition ‘Where in the world would you go?’ is fabulous.

A special thank you to all the grown ups too, your efforts do not go unnoticed.

Take a little look at what we have been up to.

We have been Scientists …

… Mathematicians …

and bakers.

We made posters to help younger children know how to write a fantastic sentence.

 

We started our own weather charts.

We also celebrated VE Day 

I wonder what we will get up to next week?

Mrs Parsons xx

Immersion Week

What a week!

I am so impressed with all the home learning that is happening – you should all be so proud of yourselves – adults too! Not only have we had some fantastic Maths and English work being shared – you have also made an incredible start on our new expedition ‘Where in the World would you go?’

Have a little look at what you have all been doing this week …

I can’t wait to see what beautiful work you all produce next week

Mrs Parsons x

How are you being Superheroes at home?

Thank you for all the fantastic photographs showing how you have all adapted to being superheroes at home. If you have a photo you would still like to share for our product please send it to me asap.

Thank you.

Stay safe and keep smiling,

Mrs Parsons xx

Thursday 16th January

Another day – another Superhero!

This afternoon we were visited by Adie Moses – ex-professional footballer. He told us all about his football career which meant he ended up playing for Barnsley and England U21’s. We really enjoyed looking at his football shirts, photographs and his England cap. We had some really good questions to ask him too!

Monday 13th January

This morning we had a visit from a real local superhero. Mayor Ros Jones CBE. We had researched her and prepared some super questions – she was very impressed! We can’t wait to see which other superheroes come to visit over the next few weeks …

Friday 10th January 

This morning our adults joined us in class to help us design and plan our very own superhero capes – we have some very exciting designs to start making over the next few weeks.

 

Thursday 9th January 

We had a great day as part of our immersion week for our expedition – How can I be a Superhero where I live? We all came dressed as our favourite superheroes – there were lots of Batmen, Supermen and Wonder Women! The adults came as doctors and vets – Mrs Chadwick came dressed as her superhero mum – a nurse, and Mrs Parsons came as her superhero dad – a soldier. To finish off the day we had a visit from Phil Sheppard – an author and illustrator. He shared lots of stories with us and gave us some great ideas for our expedition – we are very excited to get started!

Friday 20th December

Friday by the Fire. We had a little treat this afternoon when Mrs Greening visited our class to read us Excitable Edgar – she even brought her cuddly Edgar!

Thursday 19th December 

Christmas film night. Everyone came back to school when in was dark dressed in their pyjamas cuddling pillows, blankets and cuddly toys – ready to snuggle down and watch The Polar Express together whilst snacking on pop corn – perfect festive evening.

Thursday 11th November 2019 

We had a fantastic morning today meeting Dave and all of his nocturnal animals. I was particularly proud of the children for encouraging each other to be brave and confident when holding and touching the animals – well done class five.

Friday 25th October 2019

Friday by the fire – cosy story time with Witch Thurman and our pumpkins.

Wednesday 23rd October 2019

Pumpkin carving, decorating and magic potions!

Tuesday 22nd October 2019 

A huge thank you to all of the friends and families who came to support the children on our slightly soggy sponsored walk.

Monday 14th October 2019

We had a note from Humpty Dumpty today – he is a little bit worried about his egg friends and wants to keep them safe so we have been testing materials to find the best safety jacket for them.

Thursday 3rd October 2019

Mr Hayward and I were very proud of the year two footballers today – they showed resilience, team work, great sportsmanship and just to top it off – we won!

Wednesday 2nd October 2019 

We have been writing some beautiful acrostic poems to share in our Harvest festival assembly.

Tuesday 1st October 2019

Thank you to all of the grown ups who came to our stay and read session this morning. It was lovely to see so many of you.

Tuesday 24th September 2019

We have been busy planning our new chapter for The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark with a partner – some great critique happening! Well done class five.

Monday 16th September 2019

What better way to really understand our core text than acting it out in our story circle!

Thursday 12th September 2019

In art we have been using pastels to create some beautiful pictures of Plop – the main character from our core text – The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark.

Wednesday 11th September 2019

We have been working hard in maths today looking at different ways to partition and make two digit numbers using different resources we have in our classroom.

Tuesday 10th September 2019

Today has been a busy day in class five! Started our morning, as usual by circling up in our crews to discuss plans and strategies for our den building afternoon. A great day was had by all – we were very proud of how well our crews worked together, supported each other and built some impressive dens!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 5th September 2019

Began our first theme called ‘what makes a house a home?’ by thinking about what we think the difference between a house and home is. We then used dictionaries to find the actual definitions.