The children did an AMAZING job of learning their lines and the songs to perform a fantastic production, and all in less than a week! Soon to be available to watch...
Well done to all those children who entered the competition: Oscar, Mary-Elizabeth, Harriet, Sofia , Sophia, James O, Erin and Wiktor. It was a tricky job choosing just two, but Oscar and Mary-Elizabeth both produced a super story and so were our winners. Congratulations to you both!!
Some of the children spent a great deal of time and effort over the Easter break making some wonderful Easter Egg gardens. Thank you so much. Prizes were given to James O for not only creating a mini 'Egglland Road' Stadium, but also very imaginatively naming the players. Our other winner was Wiktor, with a simple yet effective recreation of the Easter Tomb. Well done to all those who took part.
It wasn't the day that we thought - but we made the best of it. The children produced super art work and played Egyptian games. We hope to have another attempt the first Wednesday after Easter. Fingers crossed!
The children have focused on internet safety this half term. We have looked at different aspects of using the internet safely and also at monitoring our usage! The children produced posters and then presented their safety tips to KS1.
The children have been learning about forces and how they act upon us during play. They then made their own playground equipment!
We were fortunate enough to welcome Father Peter into class. Our theme was \'A Fresh Start\' and the children very much enjoyed being able to celebrate such a special Mass just for them. Father also commissioned our Mini Vinnies. A lovely time was had by all!
The children are learning about forces. They have been investigating how we can use push and pull forces in the classroom and in the playground. They have also been using force meters to measure the size of different forces.
This half term the children are learning how to write an explanation text about safety and forces in action in the playground. We began by looking at examples of posters and notices in and around our school.
Each week we will be learning a new spelling rule in class. These documents share what spellings we have been learning and give you chance to learn them at home too!
The children worked in pairs to create fact files about Roman and Celtic settlements in Britannia.
The children researched the work that foodbanks in this country undertake and some of the key people who are campaigning against food poverty.
The children continue to represent numbers using different resources. Now they are working on 3 and 4- digit numbers. They continue to use concrete resources and everyday objects to represent numbers, as in these multiplication arrays.
The children have been learning about states of matter, and how they change from one state to another. The children have seen what makes chocolate melt and 'made' chocolate crispy buns. They have also created their own water cycle experiment with cress seeds. Let's see if they grow!
Mount Pleasant Road, Pudsey, LS28 7AZ
Tel: 0113 256 5407
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Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHeadteacher: Miss C Gardner
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