Welcome back Lime class! I hope you all had a lovely half term and that you had a wonderful time with your family and friends having fun! Our topic this half term is Light. We will be learning about what light is, how it behaves and why it is so important to human beings. We will be learning all about shadows and making our own shadow puppet theatre in DT. In PE we will be learning Dance and Hockey. In Geography, we will be learning about and locating the Equator, the tropics of Capricorn and Cancer and finding out about how the way the world turns affects the seasons.
In Week 2 we will be celebrating Book week! There will be lots of fun activities and the children will be meeting the author and taking part in a writing workshop with them. More information on this soon.
Happy new Year Lime class! Welcome back, I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year with your families however you spent it.
Our topic this term is 'Green Fingers.' We will be learning all about the different types of plants and the different things they need to grow. The children will be planting and looking after some vegetables that they will harvest later in the term. Pictures of the plants will be posted on this page as the term goes on. We will also be looking at how land is used to grow food and how food is traded around the world.
In Art we will be looking at the life and works of William Morris and Georgia O'Keefe. We will be creating our own sculpture of a plant using a variety of materials including clay.
Welcome back after half term! I hope you all had a lovely week off and had lots of fun. Our topic this half term is 'How to catch a...' When we came back to school, we discovered that there had been rather a mysterious incident. We discovered that someone or something has been in the school grounds and caused some damage over half term! Mrs Morris and Mr Rowlands the caretaker were keen to find out who or what had caused the damage so we were tasked with investigating the clues. We will update you with more information as we begin to solve the mystery.
After some investigation, we have discovered the culprit, it was a .... woolly mammoth. We have decided that we need to try and catch the woolly mammoth as we don't want it to come back and cause further damage so we have designed some traps and written some instructions on how to catch a woolly mammoth. In order to improve our traps, we decided to find out more about the woolly mammoth and have carried out some research about these mysterious creatures. We will also be starting to find out what life was like for stone age man as part of our stone age topic.
Welcome Lime class 2017-2018! I hope you have all had a lovely summer holiday and are enthusiastic about the new school year. I am looking forward to teaching you this year and hearing about what you did during the summer holidays over the next few days.
Our first topic this half term will be 'Up with a Bang!' We will be learning about volcanoes and earthquakes. The focus of our topic is geography and we will be learning about what volcanoes and earthquakes are, how they are made, what they do and the impact they have on people's lives. We will be looking at some famous volcanoes and using our map work skills to locate them using maps and Google Earth. In Science we will be looking at different types of forces including gravity, friction, air resistance and buoyancy as well as magnets.
We will have PE on Wednesdays and Fridays, please bring in your PE kit on a Monday and leave it in school all week. You will need an indoor and out door PE kit. School colours are BLACK shorts/ jogging bottoms and a PLAIN WHITE T-shirt. School jumpers will be allowed for outdoor PE when it is cold. Please remember hair must be tied back and no ear rings are allowed for PE.
Homework will be given out on a Friday and will be expected in on a Wednesday. Please make sure that you have your reading folders and reading books in school everyday and we will be continuing with the school guidelines of reading three times a week at home. Spellings will be given out and tested twice, the first in isolation and second in dictation.
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