This week we have been:

Learning about transport we use on the ground. We thought about transport that runs on the road, on a track, on the grass and on the pavement. We read ‘The train ride’ and enjoyed thinking about what we see out of the window. We have been very busy this week making cars, buses, bikes, trains and people walking using the creative table. 

Please use this link and share the story at home – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHbE8kaBDKU

In math’s this week we have enjoyed making patterns using trains. We played a game on the board and we worked together to guess the next shape. We have also been learning about the number 13 using the number blocks. 

Please use this link and play at home! – https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns

In RE this week we have continued the creation story with how God made the land.

In science this week we have had lots of fun exploring magnets! We used magnetic and non-magnetic to describe what we found. We found that magnets like metal objects. We loved finding metal things in our class. We had lots of fun using special magnetic building blocks, fishing for fish in the water and building train tracks. It was really interesting watching the magnets attract and repel each other!

This week we also revisited road safety. We know that we have to stop, look, listen, hold hands, use the crossing and buckle up when we are in the car. This week we added ‘Be bright, be seen’ to our list of things that keep us safe when we are near the road. We explored what a florescent stripe does at night and Mrs Herne gave us a reflective shape for our coats so we can be safe at night. Can you see us in the photo?

Next week we will be:

  • Thinking about the modes of transport we use in the water.
  • Learning about how God made everything in the water.
  • Learning about the Three Hierarchs.
  • Learning the number 14.
  • Counting how many people can fit into a boat and thinking about full and empty.
  • Thinking about near and far.

Messages home

Thank you very much for bringing in the children’s rhyme books, we hope you are enjoying reading them with the children at home!

Please keep the green home learning sheets coming back to school, it gives us a good understanding of what the children are learning at home and we love celebrating with the children!

Thank you for your support, Mrs Herne

Mrs Woode and Mrs Huter