Today we started a new cycle of English, having finished our diary writing cycle last week.
This English cycle is information texts about bones and muscles and we hooked ourselves in by creating these fantastic skeletons with cotton buds and card.
Darcy and Harper even had a go at animating their skeleton – great preparation for the final product. Well done girls for grappling with this, it is a great first attempt at stop motion animation.
Darcy and Harper’s short animation
A shout out goes to Sofia and Zara today for being learners of their own learning, with great success. They analysed sources independently and were able to answer questions about the Industrial Revolution.
Children have loved their tour of the Keepmoat stadium, visiting and playing at the Lakeside village and playing on the park, topped off with a tasty McDonalds treat!
We would like to thank Doncaster Rovers and The Dons for their amazing surprises.
Thank you to the parent volunteers, you guys were brilliant.
Unfortunately, we had to cut our trip a little short due to the heavy rain and didn’t get chance to walk around Lakeside.
Your child will come home tonight with a letter regarding this competition- all details can be found on the following link
If your child would like to submit an entry (and there are fantastic prizes to be won). Please bring your entry to 6B by Tuedsay 25th May and we will send your entries off on your behalf. 5 crew coins to everyone that gets involved!
Class Blogs, EYFS, F1: Mrs Renwick & Mrs Ibbertson's Blog, F2: Mrs Price's Blog, F2: Mrs Shuka's Blog, Mrs Pantegi's Blog, Y1/2: Mrs Coward's Blog, Y1: Mr Meade' Blog, Y2: Mr Pickering's Blog, Y3: Miss Lister's Blog, Y3: Miss Topliss' Blog, Y4: Miss Lotysz's Blog, Y4: Mrs Graves' Blog, Y5: Mr Whitfield's & Miss Woods' Blog, Y5: Mrs Keegan's Blog, Y6: Miss Blackham's Blog, Y6: Mrs Chapman's Blog, Y6: Mrs Haycock's Blog
Good evening 1M Crew,
Just a reminder for all children in 1M to be at school for 8.40am prompt in the morning please.
As we have seen with the weather this weekend… it’s a lottery🌤⛈🌦🌪🌨. So please dress appropriately with warm, comfortable sports wear and a HOODED WATERPROOF! 🌞🤞🏼 🌧👎🏼
The coach will be leaving Plover at 9am as we have to be at the Keepmoat for 9.30am. McDonalds orders are ordered 😁🍔🍟
Thank you to the parents who offered to volunteer for the trip and thank you to the parents who will be supporting on the trip!🙌🏽
I hope all you Superstars are all excited to explore the Keepmoat, Lakeside and Dome. My alarm is set for 5am as I am buzzing for it 🤗
Just a quick reminder . Your child will be taking part in
either the Cusworth trip tomorrow or the Racecourse and Minster on Tuesday. Your letter will have specified the day and location.
Remember that the children on the trip tomorrow will need a packed lunch (unless a school packed lunch has been booked). On Tuesday children will return to school in time for lunch.
The weather forecast is a little unsettled this week so please make sure children have sensible shoes and a raincoat.
I’m getting excited already so I hope the children are too!
The children in KS1 have been working hard to improve their writing. You can see they are proud of their achievements.
Great to see the children hard at work – it looks like they were having fun with phonics and letter formation.
We didn’t bother getting dressed on Friday, instead we came to school in our pyjamas – but it was all for a good cause.
We were in our pyjamas to raise the importance of sharing a bedtime story and to support the Book Trust’s quest to make sure every child gets a bedtime story.
Thank you to everyone that took part.
Thank you to everyone who bought a book today at the book sale. We have raised £27 so far and hope to have some more for sale next week! #LovePlover