Today we have made some feathers that will go on display in Annfield Plain that had on what we wish for. Keep a look out!
In Hazel class today we enjoyed doing our addition sums using pop its.
Pupils love using the pop its in class to support sensory and fidget needs so we thought this would be a fun tool to use to support in lessons.
Pupils had to press down each number in their addition sum and then count the total down at the end.
Well Done Hazel class, Fantastic work!
In Maple Class we have been looking at all our different phonics sounds. Everyday we all go into our different classes and groups to practise our sounds.
These are some of our amazing children practicing the sounds.
We practise our phonics in lots of different ways. We practiced writing our letters in flour so this is giving your children sensory input as well as learning phonics,
We also make phonics super fun by creating the letter with the train track and practise the sound as we push the trains, or we get creative and decorate our letters,
We also recap sounds by using flash cards and asking ourn amazing pupils to say the sound that is on the card.
Pupils in 9R have been working on identifying different types of weather gauges such as Thermometer, wind turbine and rain catcher. All the children were involved in designing a rain catcher and then went out and about around the schools grounds to find suitable places to hang them. They are currently checking them weekly to complete the tally chart of what weather can be captured the most effectively.
Over the last week pupils in 9R have been completing a range of activities and discussions around the topic and events of what happened after the wars. They have embedded knowledge and skills from History and English to produce a brilliant Art piece for to Display in school and share in the Remembrance assembly. The group decided to finish off their display with colouring their own poppies and inserting their profile pictures onto them to create the poppy wreath around the display.