Letters and Video to International School in Morandava, Madagascar
To help us learn to tell the time we made some clocks. We set each other challenges using the clocks to solve them. Our best questions was... 'What is the time when the big hand and the small hand are both pointing to 3?' ' It's home time!'
The children really enjoyed playing our new recorders and xylophones today! They learnt the notes C and D and how to play a tune in time with each other!
Shaldon Zoo came to visit us last week
KS1 trip to Stover this week
Adding 10s to 2 digit numbers
To help us understand numbers and improve our counting skills we have been matching numbers. Well done to Theo!
The children have enjoyed comparing Teignmouth with Madagascar this term. They made collages of Morondava landscapes last week, making great choices on materials to use that would represent the stifling heat of the sun or the rough bark of a tree!
The children were very excited from start to finish! There were many memorable moments; a snow ball fight, a giant snow bear, a baby snow bear, a wolf, a hot air balloon, Miss Bruen on stage and most importantly... a happy ending!
Both classes really enjoyed their trip on Monday. The children were able to ask questions, stand inside the fire engine and look closely at the uniform that is designed to keep the fire fighters safe.
We had an exciting day acting out different scenes as well as interviewing Samuel Pepys! In this photo we are pulling down the burning houses with hooks, Samuel Pepys is checking his diary and people are escaping in boats on the River Thames!
To help us recount the story of the Great fire both classes have made a 3D model of Pudding Lane where the fire began. We were lucky to have the Pioneers come and help us last week!
Adventurers Parent Teacher Evenings on Tuesday and Thursday will be in the Rainbow Room
Reminder Friday 9th November is our Great Fire of London Dressing Up Day!
When Sammy came to visit
The Great Fire of London
Last week in class we were representing number bonds!
Lana and Amber threaded 136 beads. They not only worked well as a team, but showed fantastic counting skills!
We have been learning the skill of matching numbers and representing them in different ways.
We have really enjoyed painting images of the Great Fire of London, using different tools and brushes as well as mixing paints to create different colours!
This week we have been thinking about materials. We have thought about what things are made of and if they are man made or natural.
We hope you have all enjoyed a lovely summer break. We look forward to welcoming the new Year 1's into the Adventurers and Investigators classes, along with any new pupils joining us in September.