This week in Robins we have been very busy indeed with lots of creative and exciting learning opportunities.

 

We are starting to learning about different types of sentences and the punctuation that is needed at the end.  We have been learning that statements (sentences telling us something needs a full stop), questions need a question mark and commands use bossy verbs/doing words and need an exclamation mark and exclamation sentences need an exclamation mark but also need to start with either ‘how’ or ‘what.’ What a lot of information to remember!  I am sure it is no surprise to the parents that the children were very good at being bossy!!

In maths this week the year 2’s have been adding two digit and one digit numbers and also adding two digits and tens together.  We have been using the tens and ones equipment and are now drawing the pictures to represent our addition calculations.  The year 1’s have been consolidating their numberline addition learning but within the context of missing number addition problems. 

In geography Miss Silver has been looking at the 7 continents of the world and the children have learnt a song to help them to remember it (you can find it on you tube – ask your child to sing it to you!)

In computing Mrs Wibberley has been consolidating our work in English on plurals.

In science this week with me, we have started our learning on animals and their habitats.  This fits with our learning in DT where we are planning a habitat diorama that we will be making in future lessons.

In music we are starting to learn the songs for our Christmas performance – Shine Star Shine.

The letters about roles and costumes will be sent home on Monday.

 

 

Thank you to the year 2 parents who were able to attend our spelling inspire workshop on Wednesday.  You feedback was very positive and will be taken on board for future sessions.

Please continue to send in tins, packets, toiletries etc for the hampers for our Sing a long Bingo.

Thank you to the children in Key Stage 1 who performed the Lindyhop at our Remembrance tea dance.  All of you teachers are super proud of the effort and enthusiam that you put in – you are amazing role models for our school.  Thank You!

Our Wednesday Worder this week was Annabella who is working very hard in school to be a good role model to her friends.  Well done Annabella!

Our Ozzie’s Way Champion of the Week was Matthew.  Well done Matthew you give 100% in everything that you do and you brighten our day when you come bouncing happily into school and say a cheerful ‘good morning.’   

 

Have an amazing weekend everyone!  In our house this weekend we are chilling.  Matthew is taking part in the Remembrance Day parade with Cubs on Sunday morning. We had a very busy weekend last weekend with shopping with grandma and a fireworks display so this weekend is a lazy weekend in our house after we have been on Cubs parade.

This week in Robins we have been very busy indeed with lots of creative and exciting learning opportunities.

 

We are starting to learning about different types of sentences and the punctuation that is needed at the end.  We have been learning that statements (sentences telling us something needs a full stop), questions need a question mark and commands use bossy verbs/doing words and need an exclamation mark and exclamation sentences need an exclamation mark but also need to start with either ‘how’ or ‘what.’ What a lot of information to remember!  I am sure it is no surprise to the parents that the children were very good at being bossy!!

In maths this week the year 2’s have been adding two digit and one digit numbers and also adding two digits and tens together.  We have been using the tens and ones equipment and are now drawing the pictures to represent our addition calculations.  The year 1’s have been consolidating their numberline addition learning but within the context of missing number addition problems. 

In geography Miss Silver has been looking at the 7 continents of the world and the children have learnt a song to help them to remember it (you can find it on you tube – ask your child to sing it to you!)

In computing Mrs Wibberley has been consolidating our work in English on plurals.

In science this week with me, we have started our learning on animals and their habitats.  This fits with our learning in DT where we are planning a habitat diorama that we will be making in future lessons.

In music we are starting to learn the songs for our Christmas performance – Shine Star Shine.

The letters about roles and costumes will be sent home on Monday.

 

 

Thank you to the year 2 parents who were able to attend our spelling inspire workshop on Wednesday.  You feedback was very positive and will be taken on board for future sessions.

Please continue to send in tins, packets, toiletries etc for the hampers for our Sing a long Bingo.

Thank you to the children in Key Stage 1 who performed the Lindyhop at our Remembrance tea dance.  All of you teachers are super proud of the effort and enthusiam that you put in – you are amazing role models for our school.  Thank You!

Our Wednesday Worder this week was Annabella who is working very hard in school to be a good role model to her friends.  Well done Annabella!

Our Ozzie’s Way Champion of the Week was Matthew.  Well done Matthew you give 100% in everything that you do and you brighten our day when you come bouncing happily into school and say a cheerful ‘good morning.’   

 

Have an amazing weekend everyone!  In our house this weekend we are chilling.  Matthew is taking part in the Remembrance Day parade with Cubs on Sunday morning. We had a very busy weekend last weekend with shopping with grandma and a fireworks display so this weekend is a lazy weekend in our house after we have been on Cubs parade.