A fabulous castle made out of household 3D objects!
What a brilliant repeating pattern Sonny!
Sonny trying really hard with his Read, Write Inc. daily phonics lesson!
Amelia has been finding half of shapes during throughout her Maths home learning this week. Well done Amelia, keep up the great work!
Skye has been working on finding 'half' of shapes and quantities today. Skye and her family have used food around the house to demonstrate half of an object, a fabulous idea and a brilliant way of embedded knowledge and understanding! Keep up the fabulous work, team!
Friday 15th January 2021
Home learner of the week - Yasmin!
for really pushing herself with her writing this week and for consistently reading using the Oxford Owl eBooks! Well done Yasmin, you are producing some fabulous home work!
Lucas, your RE work on Families and Celebrations is wonderful! Your drawings are beautiful and it is clear from your writing that you are loved and love your family very much.
God wanted Mary to be the mother of his Son. He sent an angel to ask her. Mary said "YES!" Mary loved God very much. During our RE lesson today, the children and Mrs. H! retold the story of the Visitation. Together, we explored how Mary might have felt and discussed how important Mary is in the life of Jesus.
Remembrance Day 2020
Healthy Heads is a cross-curricular PSHE initiative that focusses on "whole-child development." Throughout this half term the children in the Griffin class will access learning through storytelling and topical games to promote; Self-esteem/Kindness/Teamwork/Resilience/Positivity.
Taking care of God's wonderful world. Today, in the Griffin class we have been finding out about the impact of pollution and not taking care of God's world on God's creatures.
We know all the seven continents!
Every day we are taking part in Funky Fingers to improve our fine motor skills. Look at the challenges we have been completing...
How many pegs can you add to the peg board in two minutes?
Can you use straws to pick up the snowballs?
Now try even smaller pom-poms!
Who can build the tallest tower?
How many numbers can you thread?
Well done Dom!
A super tower, Sonny!
Which screws fit the bolts?
Can you complete the challenge?
Great teamwork, everyone!
Can you use the pincers to collect the pom poms?
Well done Emily!
There was a strange knock at the door today in Griffin Class!
Today, as part of our Chocolate topic, we have taken part in a class investigation to find out our classes favourite chocolate! We tried lots of different chocolate but the favourite was... MILK!
Just look at our Mexican masks!
The Griffin class meet Harold!
We are learning to count from 1-20 using multi-link to help us.
God's Wonderful Creations.
Today, we are learning to recognise and order numerals from 1-20. William, Tayson and Lucas worked together and by the end of the lesson successfully placed the number cards in order.
On the fifth day, God made creatures. Today Dominic successfully recreated a puzzle of God's creation independently.
Adam and Eve
Today, in the Griffin class the children were learning about Adam and Eve and how they committed the first "sin" against God.
Covid-19 PE Kit!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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