What's Happening in Class (Autumn 1)
Week Beginning 19th October 2020
The children have really enjoyed looking at the polar regions of our planet. So we decided to compare these. Once the children had watched a few clips, and then sorted statements into Arctic and Antarctic, the children worked in pairs to create a polar scene. This would also involve them using plenty of DT skills too.
Week Beginning 12th October 2020
In science this week the children used all their knowledge from previous weeks learning to write about an animal of their choice. There was also some sentences on their table to help them, but they had to choose the ones that applied to their animal.
Week Beginning 5th October 2020
Here are a few pictures of our geography display which links to our topic Here we Are.
Week Beginning 28th September 2020
This week you will see some of the children's work which has been scanned in from their English book. Having read the story Stuck, the children planned and wrote their own version. We used plenty of the original story!
Stuck By Beech Class
Week Beginning 21st September 2020
For this week there are some photos of the children's art work and a few of them working in pairs to complete their science. In art the children continued looking at different forms of printing. They explored block printing and then created their own using lego pieces. In science the children learned more about the human body using a number of different stimuli: internet clips, the book Here We Are and listening to each other.
LO: Explore printing techniques
LO: Identify, name and explain basic parts of the human body.
Week Beginning 14th September
The year 1 children have been comparing objects and numbers using the language: most, less, fewer,more. Here are a couple of pictures of their work.
Year 1 Maths
Geography: Using and explaining key vocabulary
Week Beginning 7th September 2020
The pictures this week, show some of the maths the year two children have been doing, and which is currently on display in the class, under the 'show me' section of the maths board. The pictures are of the children representing numbers in different ways. Can you work out which numbers they have done?