Welcome to Cedar Class!
Welcome to our class page, a place where you can find out what we have been learning!
Above is a link to our class letters. Here is where you will find all the information about what we have been getting up to and any important messages for the coming weeks.
It is so great to have everyone back!
From Mrs Crosby and Mrs James
Today we all took part in a 15 minute Santa Dash! The children ran a course of the playground, wearing their Christmas jumpers with a soundtrack of Christmas music!
We had a great time and it felt so Christmassy!
The whole school were involved in the Worcestershire Virtual School Games this week. The children were really excited to be involved! They took part in throwing, jumping and running activities. All of their scores were recorded and sent off to a judging panel. I am really hoping some of their efforts are recognised! I will keep you posted. For now here are some pictures that we took on the day.
In today's history lesson the children explored some jobs that people would have had in London during the 17th century. The children acted like detectives to read the clues and match it with the pictures of the job. There were definitely some interesting jobs around at that time! If you want to find out a little more about some of the disgusting jobs that were around at that time then click the link above!
This week we observed Remembrance Day on the 11th of November. We had a round robin day where the children went to other classes in the bubble to explore the topic using art and drama. In Cedar class we focussed on the brave animals that were part of the world wars, and made purple poppies in remembrance.
Our New Visitors!
We would like to introduce to you Miss Emily Griffin (left) and Miss Fearn Jones (right). They are starting their Post Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) with us until Christmas. We are very excited to have you training with us!
This week the children have started their new science topic - 'Materials'
To start the topic we did a round robin of different activities to explore different materials and their properties. The children already know a great deal so it will be fantastic to build on their knowledge!
Click the link below to see our work we have been doing using the story 'The Polar Bear Son'. We have been reading the text and answering comprehension questions. The children have loved this story and the happy ending it has despite all the twists and turns in the tale. See the link above if you want to share the story with your family.
Click below to see some work we have been doing in maths. We have been learning how to use the 'part-whole' model and ways it can help us with our number sentences.
Can you explain to someone you live with how the part-whole model works?
Click the link below to see some work we have been doing in our science. For the past few weeks we have been exploring animals including humans. Everything we have learnt we have put into a science poster!
My favourite part of this is how this child has spelt 'tortoise'
Click the link below to look at our sequencing work we have been doing around the story 'Lost and Found'.
You want to view the story for yourself then view the youtube clip above.
Click the link below to look at the work we have been getting up to science!
Are you able to tell your parents a fact about the different types of animals you have been learning about?