'To recognise multiples of 2, 5 and 10'
and 'To understand place value'.
Today some children were keen to explore multiples of 2 using all of the different equipment in our classroom. They loved making a mess (much to the horror of Miss Hargreaves) and demonstrated a great understanding, through using these different resources.
Well done 1H!
World Book Day 2019
On Thursday 7th March we celebrated World Book Day! In 1H we took part in a quiz, and our team names were ‘Art Ninjas’ and ‘Team Party’. We enjoyed listening to some stories, and sharing our favourite stories with our friends. Miss Hargreaves read a story to us at the end of the day.
Today we explored our scene to prepare for the promenade. We each had a turn at saying a line, taken from Shakespeare's original text 'Romeo & Juliet'.
The children did such a great job of bringing the story to life!
We have really enjoyed all of the Christmassy activities we have taken part in, and especially enjoyed meeting Santa during our Christmas party on Thursday!
Thank you for supporting us all and coming to see our Christmas production 'The Lucky Owl'. We really enjoyed sharing this with you.
We hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! :)
On the morning of Friday 14th December, children from 6S came to visit 1H to share all of the learning that they had been doing about the importance of friendship.
Here are some of the things that 1H had to say about what the Year 6s had shared...
"I enjoyed when the Year 6s told us about caring."
"I enjoyed looking at the pictures."
"I liked listening to the friendship stories."
"I liked the pictures with the smiley faces.”
“I liked reading some of the poems.”
We hope that you enjoy looking at the pictures! :)
After our discussion about our 'Big Question', we decided to investigate the question 'How does the sun affect the seasons?' by exploring what would happen to ice in different seasons.
We put one bowl in the classroom, this would represent Spring.
We put one bowl by the radiator, this would represent Summer.
We put one bowl of ice outside, this would represent Winter.
We enjoyed predicting what we thought might happen and then exploring the results to see if we were right!