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Each week we will be updating you with a summary of our latest activities of the previous week. We take it in turns to type this so we all get a chance to keep let you know what we've been busy with!
Term 1 - Week 3
Monday: Today we came to school, and when we got in we did our spellings in the morning, then we learnt about how to write relative clauses. After Breaktime we did maths, and some reading after. After lunch we did some topic about Baptism.
Tuesday: Today we continued our learning about relative clauses, repetition and complex sentences around the book Gorilla. We also compared numbers up to millions! It's very tricky. In the afternoon we got to play cornets with Mr Driscoll which was great.
Wednesday: Today we continued our adventure story about Gorilla and we really challenged ourselves in maths and reciprocal reading.
Thursday: Today was our last day of bikeability which was great fun - lots of us got our level 1 and 2 badges which we are really proud of.
Friday: Today it was bear class assembly, afterwards we did time table's it was fun next we did spellings. After we did comprehension than we had lunch and then we played boccia in PE and started to plan and design our own e-safety websites.
“We are the grammaristics!”
Hello there! And welcome to the fantastics column of this website that you are currently on! Over the past few weeks, we have been using small but extremely helpful puzzle piece shaped bits of paper. What are they called? They are called…THE GRAMMARISTICS! They help us with our writing and remind us of the different types of grammar. For example, dialogue is a conversation between two people. And past and present tense is sentences that show when something is from the past and when something is from the present. That is only two out of many more grammaristics. Here are the Grammaristics:
The boomtastics are a great way to learn and write constructive paragraphs. The teachers say if you do two great sentences they will be happy if we have really thought about the vocabulary choices, then we can add additional ideas. They help us because we write more interesting and descriptive sentences.
Here are the boomtastics:
A cornet is an instrument that is similar to a trumpet but is slightly smaller and easier to play. We’ve already had our first lesson learning about what a cornet is and how it is played! It looks tricky but we are all excited to take them home and to learn how to use our mouthpieces.
We have started using 'The Write stuff' ideas to help us with our writing, which includes learning about The Fantastics, The Boomtastics and The Grammaristics!
In English we have been writing sentences using the FANTASTICs. These are symbols which help us to decide what type sentence will be best in our writing. Here they are:
We are now part of the Letter-join handwriting scheme and any of our pupils wishing to practice their handwriting at home can now log on to the Letter-join website on iPads and tablets as well as desktop and laptop computers.
DESK TOP LOG-IN
Go to www.letterjoin.co.uk and log in using the desktop log in boxes:
Letter-join works best on browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Opera.
IPAD AND TABLET LOG-IN
Go to www.letterjoin.co.uk and select the tablet log in button, log in using these details:
Swipe code: starting at the top left form the shape of a capital L