Seagulls's Blog 24.1.20

It's been yet another busy few weeks in Seagulls!

The children are thoroughly enjoying their new class novel: The Inventions of Hugo Cabret. We are currently starting to read Part Two of the book.

The children have also started their new topics within the Foundation Subjects, including World…

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Owlets' and Eaglets' Blog 24.01.20

WEDNESDAY WORD – COMMUNITY 

Our Wednesday word champions for this week are Louie Biddiss and Joseph Waterworth for making our school community a happy place to be. Well done to the both of you. 

 

I FOLLOW “THE OZZIES WAY” CHAMPIONS 

Well done to Charlie Riley and Charlotte Gaynor this…

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Sparrows' Blog 24.01.20

We've had an exciting week in Sparrows with a few birthdays! We hope you all had a fantastic day celebrating your birthday. 

We have finished our subtraction topic this week and we are looking forward to starting our money topic next week.

We will be coming to the end of our Beegu topic next…

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Robins' Blog 24.01.20

Another fast and fun week in Robins this week. 

 

In English we have continued to find about our new friend Beegu the alien.  We have thought about the suffix ‘ing’ and developed our dictionary skills in pairs – looking for words and reading their meaning.  We have drawn our own alien and…

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Starlings' Blog 24.01.20

Starlings have had a busy week and have all been working very hard! 

In English we have been writing a sequel to our book – Winter's Child and we have called it Spring’s Daughter.  The children have used the book as a scaffold to help their sequel and have added their own ideas – they have…

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Magpies' Blog 24.01.20

Happy Friday!

Magpies class assembly Friday 31st January. Please join us at 9.10am in the school hall.

In Maths this week we have been working on written methods to solve multiplications and how we can represent these in arrays and bar models. We will use multiplication facts to help us with…

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Blackbirds' Blog 24.01.20

This week we have continued exploring the theme of winter through our text, including using cool colours to create winter pictures in art. We then planned and wrote a sequel to Winter’s Child which we called Spring’s Child.

In maths we have continued working on multiplying, learning how to…

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Wagtails' Blog 24.01.20

Happy Friday everyone!  

This week has been a special one as we have welcomed a new member into Wagtails, Enrico. Enrico started at St Oswald’s on Tuesday and everyone in class has been ever so welcoming. All pupils have been fantastic role models for Enrico, showing him how to follow the…

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Owlets' and Eaglets' Blog 17.01.20

Mrs Gill would like to say a big thank you to all the children and staff for the support they have given me this week.

 

WEDNESDAY WORD – WITNESS

Our Wednesday word champions for this week are Emilia Hart and Lauren Green for always doing the right thing. Well done to the both of…

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Robins' Blog 17.01.20

We have made a great start to 2020.  The children have come back into school after their Christmas holiday ready to work hard. 

This week we have introduced our new text – Beegu.  This story is about an alien who has crashed into the school playground.  Beegu also came to visit key stage 1,…

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Owls' Blog 17.01.20

Happy New Year! I hope you have all had a lovely Christmas and New Year- the children certainly seem to have!

 

Owls have had a great start to the new year! New toast monitors and playground rangers have been chosen for the new half-term. 

 

This week, we have been busy producing lots…

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Sparrows' Blog 17.01.20

Sparrows met an alien called Beegu this week! We found out that she sometimes gets her words muddled by saying a nonsense word but they rhyme with a real word. For example she might brush her meeth but she meant teeth... we had lots of fun making our own rhyming couplets! 

We've all been…

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