Miss Watson’s Class

22.3.19

Today, in your child’s learning log, they have received this week’s spelling list. This week we have been looking at the /yoo/ and /oo/ sounds which are spelt with the split digraph ‘u-e’. The children will be tested on these spellings next Friday (27th March). Thank you!

June

rule

rude

flute

use

tube

tune

huge

cute

cube

 

15.3.19

Today in your child’s learning log, they have received this week’s spelling list. This week we have been looking at split digraphs. We have been focusing on the sounds a-e and e-e. Please practice these with your child at home. They will be tested on these spellings next Friday (22nd March). Thank you!

made

came

same

take

safe

date

lake

these

theme

complete

 

8.3.19

Today, in your child’s learning log, they have received this week’s spelling list. This week we have been looking at the spelling rule for the letter ‘k’. Please practice these with your child at home. They will be tested on these spellings next Friday (15th March). Thank you!

Kent

sketch

kit

tricky

skill

risky

kettle

kilt

king

skin

 

8.3.19

Goodbye Mrs Braime 🙁 Panda class are going to miss you ever so much! We all hope you have a lovely maternity leave and we can’t wait to meet baby Braime!

8.3.19

Today Panda class went to Lindley’s Children’s bookshop. We had a lovely time and we all got a new book to read!

7.3.19

What a wonderful day we’ve all had today for World Book Day! Panda class have taken part in lots of fun activities throughout the day!

1.3.19

Today, in your child’s learning log, they have received this week’s spelling list. This week we have been looking at the days of the week and some of the tricky red words. Please practice these with your child at home. They will be tested on these spellings next Friday (8th March). Thank you!

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

they

there

here

 

28.2.19

Today in Maths, we ordered ourselves from the smallest to the tallest. Panda class did a fantastic job!

 

26.2.19

This afternoon, we went on a Nature walk around our school grounds. We found a range of beautiful plants which are growing in the environment around us. We can’t wait to see how they grow over the next few months and we are excited to find out which other plants will grow soon.

 

25.2.19

This morning, we had the Better Living Team in Panda class telling us how important sleep is for us. We all learnt some interesting facts! A massive thank you to the Better Living Team and to those parents who came!

11.2.19

Well, what a fantastic day Panda class have had today at LEGOLAND Manchester! We have driven cars which are made out of Lego, we have made our own Lego cars and raced them, we have watched the latest LEGOLAND movie in 4D, we have explored the LEGOLAND Miniworld and much more…

             

 

5.2.19

Happy Chinese New Year!

Today we have been tasting a range of different Chinese foods…we all thought it was delicious!

 

14.1.19

Today in science, we have been identifying different everyday materials. We definitely have some scientists in Panda class!

 

11.1.19

Today we have been playing with a range of olden day toys. We have been comparing these olden day toys to the toys we have and play with today.

 

14.12.18

Throughout November and December Panda class have been practicing so hard learning all of the songs for our KS1 Nativity. Well done your hard work has paid off! Your performances this week have been FANTASTIC!

20.12.18

This afternoon, we had a fantastic KS1 Christmas party! And look who came to visit us…

12.12.18

Today, Linda came into school and taught us about the Christingle orange. We had a fantastic morning, thank you Linda!

 

 

3.10.18

What fabulous mathematicians we are!

We have been working very hard on comparing numbers. We can use the vocabulary ‘less than’, ‘greater than’ and ‘equal to’ and use the symbols < , >  and  = to compare quantities and numbers.

We used our Autumn display and conkers to compare quantities.

 

23.9.18

In Panda Class we have started to read The Cat in the Hat. We have enjoyed reading the text this week and having lots of discussions about what Sally and her brother should do, answering questions such as:

  • Should The Cat in the Hat stay if mum is out?
  • When mum asks what the children have spent the day doing, should they tell her the truth?

We were very impressed with our children’s creative answers and moral discussions.

In the end, the class decided that The Cat in the Hat should not have stayed (strangers shouldn’t be in our houses, especially when mum is out) and the children should tell mum the truth (even if she is cross – she will be more cross if she finds out they lied!)

Some of the children asked why mum had left them on their own and pointed out that they “should have had a babysitter!”.

What wise children we have in Panda Class!

 

 

 

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