Thursday, 19 July 2018

Good afternoon, the children had a wonderful time at the steel pan workshop on Wednesday,
 please see some photos below.

Friday, 13 July 2018

One more week to go, last week in year 1 !

This week in English the children learnt a variety of seaside poems. They created a huge list of adjectives and rhyming words along with some imaginative acoustic poems.

In Maths the children carried out a variety of number activities and completed problem solving questions.

The children enjoyed creating their own fruit faces following our Art and D&T topic on Guiseppe Acrimboldo and learning about healthy eating along with looking at a variety of fruit and vegetables.

Please see the following timetable for next week:
Wednesday is steel pan workshop.
Thursday we will be watching the Yr 6 Production.
Friday is leavers assembly and parade and we finish school at 2pm.

Have a great weekend.
Mrs Beadle and Mrs Wells.

Friday, 6 July 2018

What fantastic weather we are having. I hope it will last throughout the summer!

In english the children created a report on summer and learnt the layout and to write the title, introduction and sub headings.

Next week in english we will be creating poems, the theme will be centred around seaside/beach. The children will create an acoustic poem and learn rhyming and descriptive words.

In maths the children created 2D repeating patterns and number patterns using number bonds.

Next week in maths we will recap working on 100 square, beads and partitioning 2 digit numbers.

In art the children have been learning about the artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo and they will create a fruit face on Wednesday morning. Please could your children bring in fruit to create their face on Wednesday.

Dates for next week:
Wednesday afternoon in school is the apprentice run by the Year 6 children. The children will be able to buy something from their stalls if they want to.
Thursday at 4.30pm and 6.00pm is meet the teacher ( inYear 2).

Spellings for Friday are:
Group 1: shed, ring, rain.
Group 2: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

Have a lovely sunny weekend
Mrs Beadle and Mrs Wells

Friday, 29 June 2018

Another beautiful sunny busy week has flown by. It was a pleasure to see you at the parent consultations and you must be very proud of your children’s achievements, they have worked extremely hard this year.

In English the children wrote a recount on our visit to Mill Green using time connectives.
Next week the children will write a report focusing on Summer.

In Maths the children completed a variety of clock activities and next week we will be looking at 2D shapes along with using number facts to add 1 digit numbers to 2 digit numbers identifying the number bonds to 6, 8 and 9.

On Monday the children enjoyed learning how to navigate the bee-bots with year 3, please see photos below.

In Science the children will continue their topic on summer.

In Art we are researching the artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo.

Spellings for next Friday are:
Group 1: van, will, chin.
Group 2: road, coach, goal, soap, oak, foam.

I look forward to seeing you at the summer fayre tomorrow.
Mrs Beadle and Mrs Wells

Friday, 22 June 2018

Good afternoon, the children thoroughly enjoyed their class trip to Mill Green Museum. The children were beautifully behaved and were very excited watching the water mill working, making bread and travelling on the coach.

The children had a lovely time Thursday morning at sports day and we were very lucky with the weather.

Next week, in our literacy the children will write a re-count using time related vocabulary centred around our trip to Mill Green museum.

In maths we will consolidate our learning on clocks as we only managed a short lesson last week on this topic.

Next week, the children will be learning about changes as they grow as part of PSHE lessons, including physical changes and also using the correct language for their body parts. If you have any questions, please email or come and see me.

In our ICT lessons on Monday morning we will be joining Year 3 class. The children will be learning decoding and how to navigate the beebots.

Spellings for Friday are:
Group 1: jam, fox, yet.
Group 2: spoon, boost, choose, book, look, cook.

Have a fun weekend
Mrs Beadle and Mrs Wells

Friday, 15 June 2018

Another busy week has flown by!

The children have enjoyed planning their story of Jack and The Beanstalk. They had fun changing the setting and characters. Next week, they will finish their story along with re reading and checking it makes sense.

Next week, in Maths, the children will be learning to tell the time using analogue and digital clocks. We will recap the o'clock and half an hour and we will begin to read quarter past and quarter to. In addition to learning to tell the time we will use language relating to date, including days of the week, months and years.

In Science, we will continue our topic on the summer season.
In History, we will learn the features and characteristics on Australia.

On Wednesday it is our class trip to Mill Green. Children can wear their own clothes; we will be outside some of the day so please ensure appropriate clothing and footwear (nothing open toed), check the weather forecasts. Children will need a packed lunch and water in a suitable water bottle, no fizzy drinks.

On Thursday at 8.15-9.15 am it is the Governors breakfast for parents and all children are welcome. Please confirm your attendance by Monday 18th so that they can cater accordingly.
After this event at 9.15 it is KS1 sports day (subject to weather).

Spelling for Friday are:
Group 1: hug, back, sell.
Group 2: turn, hurt, church, burst, Thursday.
Have a lovely weekend
Mrs Beadle and Mrs Wells

Friday, 8 June 2018

It has been a lovely sunny busy week back. The children enjoyed displaying their dance they learnt to yourselves today, well done year one.

 The children have been extremely creative during Art Week, below are photos of the netting poppy skirts and large poppy’s the children have created for the Potters Bar festival on Sunday.

During art week we have been learning about the pop artist Andy Warhol. The children have had fun print painting and creating a variety of patterns to illustrate his work.

 Next week is phonics assessment, children are unaware this is a test and I will be taking children at random to be tested during the morning.

In English, the children will re-create their version of Jack and The Beanstalk in a storyboard and then in to a story, changing the characters and setting.

In Maths, the children will be learning odd and even numbers along with focusing on identifying patterns in multiples of 2s, 5s and 10s.

Next week every morning I will be carrying out the phonics assessments, the children are unaware this is an assessment.

Pre-learning please could you practise the phonic sounds over the weekend in preparation for Monday.

Spellings for Friday are:
Group 1: log, bid, nod.
Group 2: girl, bird, shirt, first, third.

Wishing you a great sunny weekend
Mrs Beadle and Mrs Wells