This week I have chosen Brooke for F2P Pride of Plover. Brooke has been in school everyday and has worked hard in all her learning. This week her writing has really impressed me. She has tried to use full stops and capital letters and has put spaces between the words as well as use her imagination. Well done Brooke.
There has been some fantastic writing in speech bubbles. Shout out goes to Ellis for some fantastic writing this week. Well done Ellis.
Mia has written a story based on some characters that she thought of the other day. She has used full stops and capital letters and has used her imagination too. Well done Mia.
I have spent a very exciting morning in Sandal Beat Woods, as F2’s information board was erected. F2 children spent a long time researching woodland animals and creating beautiful artwork as part of their last expedition. I am sure you will all agree that their finished work looks fantastic. Our F2 children should be very proud of themselves. I wonder if you can spot your portrait?
The information board is within the fenced off area by the fire circles, opposite the park. I’m sure it will be very helpful to all members of the public and children visiting the woods. Due to current restrictions at the education center, the best day to visit the woods and see the sign is Tuesday as the gates to this area are locked through the week.
Well done F2!
I have been blown away by the standard of home learning this week in all areas of learning. I have seen lots of children practicing number bonds and extending their learning to number bonds to 20.
I have seen lots of phonics practice with children using the graphemes in reading and writing.
In expedition learning, there have been lots of dragon eggs and dragons made using imagination.
The children in school have also been working hard and continue to settle in well.
Thank you F2 for a brilliant week.
This week I have chosen someone who has a very big enthusiasm for learning. They love exploring and finding out. They like to ask questions and challenge thinking.
I have chosen Ethan. I am so proud of all the things that you have learnt to do during lock down. Well done Ethan.
Lots of you have been working out number bonds to 10 this week. Some of you have been spotting the patterns too.
Mia and Brooke have extended their learning on number bonds today and have worked out number bonds to 20. Well done girls.
Lots of you have enjoyed listening to the soundtrack from How to train your dragon. You have used lots of adjectives and some of you have put these in your writing too to say how George felt. Well done to the children who also remembered to use conjunctions.
Well done to Mia for using because in her writing.
The children in school and at home have been making 10 in different ways today.They have used counters, objects, part whole models, drawing and labelling to work out what numbers make 10.
Poppy was then challenged to see the pattern in numbers to 20 – well done Poppy for completing Mrs Keegan’s challenge!
I have seen lots of lovely creations this week. These are some of the stick dragons that have been made.