Bishopsteignton Primary School

Bishopsteignton Primary School

Cockhaven Close, Bishopsteignton, Devon TQ14 9RJ

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Adventurers / Investigators

What's been happening in Adventurers/Investigators.

Adventurers/Investigators

Adventurers/Investigators

  • The children in KS1 gave a spectacular dress rehearsal performance to the school today!
  • Year 2 wowed Year 1 with a musical performance showcasing their learning with Ms Price across this half term.
  • The Y2 children had a GREAT Foresct School Afternoon afternoon yesterday. They LOVE the muddy, slippy days best!
  • KS1 have been learning about Advent and how Christians get ready for Christmas.
  • This week, we have been learning what bullying is and what we can do if we are worried about it.
  • Year 2 had a brilliant time in their first forest school session of the year.
  • Adventurers have been making poppy wreaths for Remembrance!
  • In RE we are answering the question Why does Christmas matter to Christians?
  • KS1 have been learning all about addition this week.
  • Adventurers put all of their skills to excellent use to create their final fact-files!
  • We have been keen researchers in Adventurers!
  • Relationships and Health Education. Working together!
  • Exploring properties of different materials.
  • Is it more? Is it less? Or...is it equal?
  • Today was the first Forest School session for our Y1 children and they had a FANTASTIC afternoon!
  • This week saw our year ones visit the forest school again and make a gigantic tree from fallen branches.
  • This week has seen the commencement of the Forest School for our year ones, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
  • Year 1 enjoyed their first Forest School session this afternoon!
  • Adventurers have had a great first week back at school.
  • We learnt some funky moves today during our Sports Relief session.
  • KS1 learnt how to wash hands like doctors and nurses this week in their PSHE lessons.
  • This week we started to look at the sculptures of the artist Giacommetti.
  • We have been reading 'The Lonely Sea Dragon' by Helen Dunmore.
  • 'oy' sound.
  • At Forest School this week we learnt about habitats. We looked at some habitats of the creatures that lived in the woods and then we had a go at building nests!
  • Smugglers' Lane and Smugglers' Tunnel.
  • We learnt about habitats this week in our Science lessons.
  • This week we have been learning how to share and group numbers.
  • We had great fun at forest school. We spent time working together. We hunted for smooth, rough, long and squishy things! We look forward to next week...
  • The children had to show equal groups in different ways.
  • Thank you to all volunteers and FOBS for your contributions!
  • The children built fantastic bridges for the 'River Thames', considering which materials were the most suitable for purpose according to different properties.
  • The children have learnt the countries and capital cities of the UK. They have now begun process of learning the continents and oceans of the world.
  • Some of the children have begun to partition numbers into columns.
  • The children have become very confident at representing the same number in different ways!
  • We have been very busy making items for our wall displays. The children had lots of ideas including a 3D lighthouse, a zip wire and flapping seagulls! Today a "real" seagull came to visit!
  • Mr Grinling managed the time to visit! The children asked lots of questions, such as 'How did you manage to put up the zip wire?!' Mr Grinling was very surprised on his arrival because there were so many Hamish the cats! He is only used to one Hamish!
  • Today we explored materials. The children sorted the materials into different groups, choosing their own criteria. They then had to explain how they had sorted their items.
  • Learning a Sea Shanty
  • Our map of Teignmouth including landmarks!
  • We have learnt about landmarks on our school playground and Teignmouth town to make maps. We have now learnt about London landmarks ready for a map of Great Britain.
  • We have been learning about wholes being made up of parts!
  • The children have been very excited to prepare and eat fruit kebabs. They used melon, grapes, strawberries, blueberries and bananas. They couldn't wait to eat them!
  • Both classes have been enjoying their weekly music with Kip.
  • This week we have made our rainbow fruit kebabs!
  • Winners announced in celebration assembly!
  • Well done to all children who did presentations!
  • Last week we looked at landmarks in Teignmouth. We found the pier, the sea, the shops, the pavilions and much more!
  • We have had a fantastic first couple of weeks in Investigators class and have really enjoyed immersing ourselves in our class text "The Wind that Blew"
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