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Friday 16th November
Another week has flown by in Owl Class. We've learnt various ways to help solve subtraction problems, found out about William the Conqueror and his impact on castle building in England and discussed properties of different materials used in castles. We've enjoyed reading the book 'The Knight and the Dragon' and today we helped Mrs Banks grow her brain to draw a story map! Next week we'll be writing sentences to re-tell the story so make sure you ask us over the weekend to re-tell it to you!
Our common exception words next week are - no, go, so.
Friday 9th November
Another great week in Owl class! Please do make sure you look at the fantastic recounts on the windows!
Our common exception words next week - be, he, me, we, she
Wednesday 7th November 2018
We had a fantastic day trip to Windsor Castle on Monday. All of the children learnt so much! We found out lots about how to become a knight, we dressed up and got knighted, and even saw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex' wedding outfits! Have a look at some photos of our fun day....
Friday 2nd November
What a great first week back following the half term break! Owls have been busy learning about the features of poetry and solving addition problems, using their number bond knowledge. 'Curious about Castles' is our topic this half term and Owls already have lots of interesting questions related to this!
Our common exception words next week are - you, your, they.
Wednesday 31st October 2018
This week we are learning about Poetry in English. The children have been working extremely hard creating a word bank of words associated with castles, out topic for this half-term. They have been investigating rhyming words too. By the end of this week they will have created an acrostic poem about castles - how exciting! Please share and enjoy some poetry books together at home, or from your local library.
As you know, the children are visiting Windsor Castle on Monday. Over this week-end, please could you and your child write a question that they would like to find out the answer to, and bring this into school on Monday morning. We will attempt to find out the answers to all questions during our time at the castle!
Thursday 18th October
Today we completed our Astronaut training and heard from The European Space Agency that we have all got what it takes to be future astronauts!
What a fantastic first half-term we've had in Owl class! The children have all settled so well and we're looking forward to the year ahead.
Our common exception words for the first week back will be - his, has, I.
Wednesday 17th October
This week we have been busy completing tasks as part of our training to become astronauts. We now have four stamps in our log book. So far we have created a planet fact book, completed a fitness test, tried to write imagining there is no gravity, tasted some space food, and walked using sponge space boots to mirror what it may be like in space! We are having fun and here are a few photos........
Friday 12th October
We're loving the Space topic in Owl Class! This week we have enjoyed reading The Darkest Dark by astronaut Chris Hadfield, applied to be astronauts and made moon buggies! We're hoping to hear back from the European Space Agency soon to see if we have been successful with our applications! Finger crossed!
Our common exception words next week are were, was, is.
Friday 5th October
What another great week we've had in Owl Class! We've whizzed around Space, painted Picasso style portraits and created our own board game in English!
Next week it's Space week! The children are welcome to bring in any Space themed books or resources to share with the class.
Our common exception words next week are - says, said, are
This week we are learning about number bonds. The children are exploring how to make a given number using two different numbers. We are using Numicon, tens frames and our fingers to do this. We are having lots of fun . The children are learning a rhyme to help them remember number bonds to 10, and it has actions too! Please practise this at home.