Holi is celebrated next Monday 9th March and Tuesday 10th March. It is a festival from India which celebrates the arrival of spring and he triumphed of good over evil. We are learning about this colourful festival and enjoying making … Continue reading
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Teddy wants a scarf to keep home warm but it must have a pattern on. We have learned about patterns so we can complete this maths challenge which Teddy set us. What pattern would you put on Teddy’s scarf?
We are enjoying using the internet to go on the school blog and Mathletics. This week we have been talking about how to stay safe and happy when we use the internet. This is very important. We watched a video, … Continue reading
Today, we have been using percussion instruments to make different sounds. We have learned how to shake, rattle and tap instruments.
What instruments do you enjoy playing?
Class 1 have enjoyed creating musical scores to help us learn to play together as a musical group. We learned we had to wait until our leader counted us in. This meant we started at the same time. The leader … Continue reading
This week, we are continuing to learn about 3D shapes. We are practising using 3D shape words and apply them as we build 3 D shapes using different construction equipment. How many 3D shape words can you name?
This week, we are completing a maths challenge using the railway track. We have different challenges, linked to this toy, where we need to build a looped track. The trains must be able to get to and from the start … Continue reading
As we are learning about 3D shapes class 1 enjoyed using the mud kitchen to dig and create their own 3D shapes. As we learned we tried using 3D shape words. We enjoyed sharing ideas and looking at each other’s … Continue reading
This term we are learning about toys. We have been busy today telling each other about our favourite toy and why this toy is special. This bunny is very special as it is soft and cuddly. This is a transformer … Continue reading
We have really enjoyed learning new songs to perform on stage in our whole school play ‘Little Red Robin Hood’. This was also a very important play as the school council had asked Mr Satoor if we could do a whole school play in order to raise money for the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army has a base in Oakengates as there are lots of needy people in our town. Our school leaders are helping us to learn that it is important to help others less fortunate than ourselves. By doing our play we have helped to raise £544. On Thursday our ‘wear a Christmas jumper day’ will also provide another opportunity to raise money for the Salvation Army’.
How much money do you think we will finally raise for this amazing charity that helps so many needy people in Oakengates?