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What a crazy and incredible year it has been!

I am incredibly proud with every single child in Fire class who has got through one of the most challenging years in history. 

Myself and Mrs Lloyd- Yates will miss each and everyone of you and wish you all the best for Air Class! laugh

 

Class Medal Award 

Summer 2021

This was a very difficult decision to make as lots of children were deserving of the award this term.

This young lady has been hardworking, kind and enthusiastic throughout the year. 

She is a lovely friend and an excellent role-model!

She always tries her best and is always up for a challenge!

Well done to.....

Grace!smiley

 

Our Class medal award winner Grace

A snapshot of Science week in Fire class.

To find out more head over to the Science page!

 

Science week home learning activity

To tie in with our wonderful Science week and our upcoming Sports day I have added an extra special home learning task for you to do if you wish. Please email the office any wonderful learning so that it can be added on to our School website. The activity sheet can be located below.

Enjoy J

Science home learning activity

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Term 6

Beachcombers

 

Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside. Do you? That’s good, because you’re about to become an expert beachcomber. Head to your nearest beach to look for interesting and unusual objects, using your senses to spot, sniff and seek them out. Have you seen the rock pools yet? We can take a peek into the cool water to learn about the weird and wonderful animals and plants in their microhabitats. Maybe we can kick back in a deckchair and do a little reading. What’s your favourite book about the seashore? Let's invent an amazing rock pool resident. What features will it need to survive happily in its watery habitat? Make a 3-D model of your plant or creature. Got your shorts and sunglasses on? Bucket and spade at the ready? Let’s get beachcombing.

 

We are very excited for a class trip to Dover Beach on Monday 14th June.

 

As stated in the letter we will be getting the train and walking to Dover beach where we will be exploring the coastline and looking for any sealife and identifying coastal features. The children will have the opportunity to collect things and use a clearly labelled bucket and spade if they wish as there is also a sandpit they can use too.

They must wear suitable clothing for the beach and make sure they have plenty of sunscreen and water to drink as well as a packed lunch. A hat is a must and we encourage that all items are clearly labelled. We will not be paddling or swimming due to health and safety issues so they will not need swimwear.

An additional £2.50 may be brought for an ice-cream.

 

 

 

 

Key Information

New **Please wear your PE kit to school on a Monday ** 

New **Now that the weather is warmer, please remember to apply plenty of Sun Cream before your child arrives at school**.

Please bring reading books and Reading Records to school on Friday. 

A new reading book will be sent home on Monday

Our school day will be 8:50m – 2:50pm. Please do not arrive before 8:50am

If you have siblings in school, you can arrive at school with their class

Air/ Water 9am, Earth 8.40am

Please practice putting on hats, gloves, coats, shoes, jumpers, zips and buttons at home.

Please name all jumpers, hats, gloves, scarves, coats, shoes, packed lunch bags/boxes

Unfortunately your child is still not allowed to bring anything to school from home. 

 

Holy Spirit, help us to be kind to others when we don’t feel like it.

Help us to think about those who are lonely.

Help us to love everybody.

Help us to think of ways to help at home and at school.

Fill our hearts with your energy and kindness.

Amen

 

 

Block printing pirate flags

Year 1's Forest school club clearing the flower beds to plant vegetables.

BFG - Dance worskhop with Fire Class

Fire Class PE - Sports Giants teaching Tennis

Term 5

Land Ahoy

Ahoy me hearties!

Arggh! Welcome back me hearties! I hope you have had a wonderful Easter break and are ready and raring to go for our exciting term.

Yo ho, yo ho, it’s a sailor’s life for me. Get your sea legs on, it’s time to sail the salty seas. Navigate, investigate and explore the world, just like Captain Cook. Make a boat, sink a ship, fly a pirate flag. Speak like a pirate, write like a poet, then weigh and measure a pirate’s booty. How do rescues happen at sea? Find out about brave volunteers and young Miss Darling, rowing her boat across stormy seas. Sing a sea shanty whilst cleaning the poop deck, then search the school grounds for Captain Longbeard’s hidden treasure. There’s land ahead. Let’s get this ship to port.

Our class reading book this term is

Knowledge organiser

God made you and God made me,
He made the world for us to see.
God loves you and long ago,
He sent his Son to tell us so.

Jesus showed us many things,
To love and share and dance and sing.
To learn and pray, to help and care,
He promised he'd always be there.

He died but then came back to life,
Let's celebrate for he's alive!

Amen.

 

Key Information from 19th April

Reading books to be brought to school on Friday.

Our school day will continue to be 8:50am – 2:50pm.

If you have siblings in school, you can arrive at school with their class

 Air 9am, Earth 8.40am

Please name all jumpers, hats, gloves, scarves, coats, shoes, packed lunch bags/boxes

Please wear your PE kit to school on a Thursday.

Please dress your child appropriately as we do need to ensure that there is good ventilation in the classroom.

Unfortunately your child is not still allowed to bring anything to school from home. 

 

Picture News Special 9th April 2021

Following the sad announcement of the passing of Prince Philip earlier today, we have produced a short resource you may like to use or share with your children and families. The resource attached provides information to help inform and guide conversations with children about the life and experiences of Prince Philip.

Year 2 Forest School

Holy week in Fire Class

Home learning activities Term 4

Movers and Shakers

 

 

Our History themed topic this term is called 'Movers and Shakers'.

This project teaches children about historically significant people who have had a major impact on the world. They will learn to use timelines, stories and historical sources to find out about the people featured and use historical models to explore their significance.

Knowledge organiser

World Book Day

Who are you dressed up as today?

What is your favourite book?

Most improved reader of the week

 

Well done

Daisy

 

Dear Fire class,

We made it!

I am super proud with how hard you have all worked and adapted during this lockdown and you should all give yourselves a big pat on the back. Mums, dads and carers also need a big 'Bravo' for your commitment and support of your child's learning too!

It's the last week but don't give up! Do your best!

Remember it is WORLD BOOK DAY on Thursday 4th and I look forward to seeing your constumes! I will be wearing mine!

Myself and Mrs Lloyd-Yates cannot wait to welcome you next week!

cheeky

 

 

Myself and Mrs Lloyd- Yates are only an email away and are available between 9am- 3pm, Mon –Fri should you need any support or help with anything.  We may be teaching in school on certain days but one of us will be available for online learning support.

Please can you email me and let me know what work your child is doing, especially if it is the work set on the class page. You can screen shot it and send it to me to have a look at.

We will be contacting anyone who is not regularly accessing the learning to see how we can support you.

All the web links to the sites we recommend are below and should you require logins, please email and I will send them straight away.

 

Below is the Home learning star for week beginning 18th Jan.

 

Kind regards,

 

Mrs Austin and Mrs Lloyd- Yates J

Email: faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org

nicola@stjosephs-aylesham.org

 

Dear God, 

Thank You that You are loving and forgiving. 

During this Lent, help us to love people in the same way as You have loved us. 

Help us do generous things for others because we love You. 

Amen. 

Top tips to support Keystage 1 children reading at home

Our New Class Reading Challenge!

Below are useful links for you to access your child's learning. Please email myself or Mrs Lloyd-Yates if you need further login details.

TERM 3 

HAPPY NEW YEAR! 

 

I can't believe it was for only one day. I am so sorry that we are put in this position again. 

I think we all know now what we need to do. Thankfully I am organised and remote learning is all ready to go. 

Just click on the home learning star below to access the timetable of learning. 
I will be adding some Purplemash 2do's for the rest of the week to go alongside the timetable of learning.

Please try to follow as much as you can and let me know how you are getting on. 

Please contact me during school hours with any questions, help, login issues or to show learning.

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org

 

 

Keystage 1 prayer

Jesus you are good and wise I will praise you when I rise. Jesus, hear this prayer I send Bless my family and my friends. Jesus, help my eyes to see All the good you send to me. Jesus, help my ears to hear Calls for help from far and near. Jesus, help my feet to go In the way that You will show. Jesus, help my hands to do All things loving, kind, and true. Jesus, guard me through this day In all I do and all I say.

Amen.

 

 

Paws, claws and whiskers

 

Soft fur, sharp claws and twitching whiskers. What’s your favourite animal? One that meows? One that barks? Or maybe one that scurries or slithers? From pets at home to animals in the zoo, let’s find out what animals like to eat and where they like to sleep. Do you know how to look after a rabbit? A cat? Or even a snake? Find out how the elephant got his trunk and how the rhinoceros got his leathery skin. Perhaps you know how the dog got his waggy tail? Can you make a food chain to show who eats who? Who is a herbivore and who is a carnivore? When a gaggle of mysterious pets arrive at the local pet shop, it’s up to you to take care of them. Feed them, clean them and discover their daily needs. After all that work, curl up and take a cat nap.

Fire Class Long Term Plan

Key information:

 

  • PE kits to be worn every Thursday. Please ensure your child is wearing the correct PE kit. If your child wears earrings they must be taped up before they come to school or removed for health and safety reasons.
  • Reading books will need to be handed on Fridays ready to be changed on Mondays. This allows you time to reread the book and to ask comprehension style questions to ensure that your child has understood the text and to develop their fluency. You can record other books that they read from home too. Please can you return any books that your child had from their previous class if you have not done so already.
  • Water bottles must be in every day. Make sure their name is clearly written and it is washed and cleaned everyday. Water only, no fruit juice or squash.
  • Uniform must be clearly labelled.
  • No pencil cases or belongings from home ( unless requested)
  • Learning logs to be handed in on 

 

 

  • Unfortunately we have already had a few cases of 'headlice' reported in class. Please can you check your child regularly and treat their hair as soon as possible to ensure it does not spread.

 

 

 

If you have any concerns or queries, please email

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org.

I will aim to reply within 24 hours. If it is urgent, please telephone the school office.

Hi Fire class members,

 

If you are self isolating then follow the home learning star and you will find your timetable of learning. Try and do as much as you can and do your best. 

Work will be monitored and marked by myself and Mrs Lloyd- Yates on Purplemash.  Remember to access Spelling shed for Phonics and Big Cat for reading.

Any work completed through the website can be sent to me via email. This can be done by sending photos of your learning.

Although some of us will be at school we still expect you to do some learning from home and we will be checking in of we do not see any activity.

Any problems, please email  me at,

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org.

 

We hope to see you back soon!

Take care,

Mrs Austin and Mrs Lloyd-Yates J

Well done to Derry in Year 1 who has been awarded the St Joseph's medal for his enthusiasm and progress!

Fire class nativity 2020

 

This year we have filmed our class Nativity to tell the very special story of Christmas.

We hope you enjoy watching and listening.

Click on the star below to watch the clips.

Dear Fire class,

We may not be together at the moment but myself and Mrs Lloyd-Yates are still here for you all.heart

I know it will feel different and a bit strange learning from home but you have a timetable of learning for you to do.

All we ask is that you just try your best!smiley

Click on the Lockdown learning star and you will find your timetable of learning.

 

If you have any questions or queries then please email me.

 

Please can you get an adult to screenshot any work you do on paper and email it to me.

We will be available during normal school hours to answer any questions and respond to work on Purplemash.

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org

 

Children in need

Friday 13Th November


 

Fire class came dressed in their PJ’s and slippers for the day!

They also joined in with Joe Wicks PE workout.

Remembrance Day

Bright lights, big city

In the Bright Lights, Big City project, your child will take part in a royal garden party and learn about Queen Elizabeth II. They will learn about the countries that make up the United Kingdom, including their location, capital cities and some of their physical and human features.

They will research the cause and impact of the Great Fire of London and look at some famous London landmarks. They will learn about other capital cities around the world, including Kuala Lumpur, and compare how they are similar and different to London.

Term 2 Prayer

We are reading Mrs Austin's favourite author this term

'Roald Dahl'.

We have just finished reading

'George's Marvellous Medicine'. 

Our next book is

'The Twits'

Memory Box

Next week we will be starting our class topic called Memory box. It is a history focus which delves into the children's own past looking at how they have changed as well as looking at family member's past. By the end of the topic they will celebrate by designing their own boxes to hold their treasured memories.

Below you will find our topic web for this term as well as our Medium/Long term plan so you can see what topics we will be covering for the year. 

There is also a copy of the Knowledge organiser which the children will have in class.

 

Next Friday the children will be bringing home their Learning Logs. There will be a menu choice of activities for your child to choose from over the term and they can be done in any order. Learning logs will need to be returned on a Tuesday to quarantine ready to be handed back on a Friday.

Fire Class Prefects

 

 

 

Dear Fire Class,

 

 

Welcome back to school. What a fantastic first week back we have had already! We have got lots of exciting learning to do over the next year and I am sure that you are all ready to learn and have lots of fun!

We must remember to always wash our hands and keep ourselves clean. We will stay in our bubble and keep each other safe and happy by following our class rules.

 

Key information:

 

  • PE kits to be worn every Tuesday. Please ensure your child is wearing the correct PE kit. If your child wears earrings they must be taped up before they come to school or removed for health and safety reasons.
  • Reading books will be changed every Friday. This allows you time to reread the book and to ask comprehension style questions to ensure that your child has understood the text and to develop their fluency. You can record other books that they read from home too. Please can you return any books that your child had from their previous class if you have not done so already.
  • Water bottles must be in every day. Make sure their name is clearly written and it is washed and cleaned everyday. Water only, no fruit juice or squash.
  • Uniform must be clearly labelled.
  • No pencil cases or belongings from home ( unless requested)
  • Learning logs will return but we are currently focusing on reading.

 

 

  • Unfortunately we have already had a few cases of 'headlice' reported in class. Please can you check your child regularly and treat their hair as soon as possible to ensure it does not spread.

 

The first two weeks we are going to be completing a whole school project based around a wonderful book 'Here we are' by Oliver Jeffers. Come back in a couple of weeks to see what we have been getting up to!

 

If you have any concerns or queries, please email

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org.

I will aim to reply within 24 hours. If it is urgent, please telephone the school office.

Mrs Austin and Mrs Lloyd-Yates

Hello Fire Class

The classroom is ready and we are so excited to be welcoming you back tomorrow!

Love Mrs Austin and Mrs Lloyd Yates

Meet your new teachers and learning support assistant

Moving to Year 2 "Meet your new teacher" picnic

Monday 13Th July

Term 6Week 7

 

Good morning Fire class!

I hope you have all received your reports and are feeling very proud of your achievements as you so should. I will be ringing around parents this week for feedback.

This is officially the last full week of term and hopefully you would have all received your invitations to meet your teachers next week. I look forward to seeing you all. Have a lovely, sunny week and keep safe!

All my love,

Mrs Austin

 

Monday 6th July

Term 6Week 6

Good morning Fire class!

How is it July already?

I think these weeks are flying now and it won’t be long until you will all be back in September.

Hopefully you would have all received an invite from school to meet your teacher on the last week of term. It will be so lovely to see you all especially those Year 2’s who will be moving into Year 3!

You should also be receiving your end of year reports soon so keep your eyes peeled for emails from the school.

I hope you are all keeping well!

Remember to keep safe and be happy!

All my love,

Mrs Austin

 

 

Monday 29th June

Term 6 – Week 5

Good morning Fire class!

Wasn’t that a scorcher of a week last week? I hope you all kept safe and enjoyed the sunny weather.

It is nearing the end of summer term and we are beginning to prepare for transition for our new classes which is sad for us all as we do not get to do the usual things we would do to prepare you all for your new classes.

I do hope you have a good week and keep your eyes open for news on transition or messages from your new teachers which you may receive in the coming weeks.

Take care and miss you all dearly,

Mrs Austin J

Monday 22nd June

Term 6 – Week 4

Good morning Fire class, I hope you have had another lovely week at home. Did you all receive your postcards? I hope you liked your little messages.

It looks like it is going to be another hot and sunny week so make sure that you keep safe and wear plenty of sun scream, drink plenty of water and wear a hat.

This is perfect weather for ice-creams and lollies! Be creative, can you create your own flavours or toppings?

I would have; butterscotch and pecan ice-cream and maybe a scoop of vanilla as well, sprinkled with popping candy and caramel sauce!! YUMMY!!!!

 

Monday 15th June

Term 6- week 3

 

Hello lovely Fire Class.

I hope you are all still ok and enjoying this beautiful weather. I am missing you all terribly!

Keep your eye out for the post as you may get a surprise message this week!

 

 

Click on the Home learning link below to find this weeks work for you to pick and choose.

I have also added some 2Do's for you to access on PurpleMash.

Have a wondeful week everyone!

Monday 8th June

Term 6- week 2

 

Hello Fire Class.

I hope you have all a good first week back whether it was home learning or coming to school.

It was so lovely to see some of your smiley faces in school last week and I trust that you all had an enjoyable time with your lovely teachers.

laugh

Click on the Home learning link below to find this weeks work for you to pick and choose.

I have also added some 2Do's for you to access on PurpleMash.

Have a wondeful week everyone! smiley

MONDAY 1st JUNE - TERM 6 WEEK 1

HELLO FIRE CLASS

 

I trust you have had a wonderful sunny half term. 

Good luck to the children in Year 1 that are going back to school I hope that you all have fun and I am looking forward to seeing you all.

For children who are not attending school just yet there is learning provided. Remember you are not expected to spend your whole day trying to complete this learning just do what you can and do not worry.  We are always learning with everything we do even when playing out in the sunshine.

Remember your hat and suncream and stay safe.  We miss you all!

 

Monday 18th May

Hello Fire Class!

 

Hello everyone!

Another week of lockdown means another week of home learning.

I hope you are all well.

The sun is shining this week so lots of opportunities for outdoor learning and activities.smiley

 

I have slightly reduced the work I add on the Fire home page.

I have still included, some spelling, a little maths and English 2Do’s as well as a little RE and topic.

These are all optional for you to use.

 

I feel that this time at home should be used to develop life long skills such as baking, gardening, arts and crafts. These skills can be transferred to their learning and will help them develop into confident ‘grown ups’

 

The learning we share is for you to use in your own time and in your own way. We do not expect you to print everything off which is why we provided exercise books. As long as your child has access to a device, they should be able to access some form of learning, whether it is from our Class pages or from the extensive range of websites providing additional learning.

 

Remember, next week (Monday 25th) is half term so we will not be adding any home learning.

 

From June 1st there will be more changes to the pages as we start our return to school. Project based activities will be added to each home page only but we will still add 2do’s on Purple Mash.

 

If you or your child desire more learning then I would recommend ‘Oak national academy’ where they provide online lessons and activities.

 

 

https://www.thenational.academy/

 

 

 

Remember, because you are at home, we are not expecting you to resume normal school hours and we do not want to add any more pressure or anxiety to anyone. Therefore, the work we set is just recommended for you try and have a go.

 

We are available to contact within usual school hours using our email and we will try our best to help you as much as possible with any questions or queries. You do not need to send us any work for marking but ask a ‘grown up’ or older sibling to check your work and to help where possible.

 

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org

Monday 11th May

Hello Fire Class!

 

 

Hi everyone!

It was so lovely speaking to most of you last week and to hear about all the exciting things you have been doing during lockdown.

 It sounds like lots of you are making the most of this precious time together by making special memories, doing lots of things you would perhaps not have had time for before.

I have seen lots of cooking, gardening, arts, crafts and exercising. It’s so lovely to see whole families joining in too!

 As we keep reiterating ‘wellbeing’ is our main priority for all of you (adults included!)  and all these activities are great life, long, learning skills. 

As I said to some of you who are struggling to get their child to do school work at home, it is not the same as being in a classroom.

During these unprecedented times, all children are in the same situation and your child will not be at a disadvantage to others if they are not doing much work and we will not be making any judgements on your child’s learning.

The learning we share is for you to use in your own time and in your own way. We do not expect you to print everything off which is why we provided exercise books. As long as your child has access to a device, they should be able to access some form of learning, whether it is from our Class pages or from the extensive range of websites providing additional learning.

 

Remember, because you are at home, we are not expecting you to resume normal school hours and we do not want to add any more pressure or anxiety to anyone. Therefore, the work we set is just recommended for you try and have a go.

 

We are available to contact within usual school hours using our email and we will try our best to help you as much as possible with any questions or queries. You do not need to send us any work for marking but ask a ‘grown up’ or older sibling to check your work and to help where possible.

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org

 

 

Monday 4th May

Hello Fire Class!

 

I hope you are all still keeping safe and well! I cannot tell you how much we all miss you at St Joseph’s and we cannot wait to be back and see all your happy, smiling faces!

Fingers crossed we may have some more news at the end of the week with regards to returning to school.

In the mean time here is another week of work for you to access. As it is VE day on Friday this weeks topic learning will be focused on that special day.

Take a look in the #smallbutmighty page for ideas and suggestions for planning and celebrating VE day!

Keep up the good work everyone! It’s great to see that some of you have been attempting Purple Mash too!!

There will be enough work to last the week for you to have go at.

 

Remember, because you are at home, we are not expecting you to resume normal school hours and we do not want to add any more pressure or anxiety to anyone. Therefore, the work we set is just recommended for you try and have a go.

 

We are available to contact within usual school hours using our email and we will try our best to help you as much as possible with any questions or queries. You do not need to send us any work for marking but ask a ‘grown up’ or older sibling to check your work and to help where possible.

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org

Monday 27Th April 2020

Hello Fire Class!

 

I hope you have all had a good first week back ‘home learning!’.

Do you like my Avatar? If you have discovered Purple Mash then you may have come across this function. If you haven’t… what are you waiting for!! I want to see all your crazy Avatars!!

Like last week I have updated the page with this week’s learning for you to have a go at. You do not have to do everything but have a go!!

 

There will be enough work to last the week for you to have go at.

Remember, because you are at home, we are not expecting you to resume normal school hours and we do not want to add any more pressure or anxiety to anyone. Therefore, the work we set is just recommended for you try and have a go.

 

We are available to contact within usual school hours using our email and we will try our best to help you as much as possible with any questions or queries. You do not need to send us any work for marking but ask a ‘grown up’ or older sibling to check your work and to help where possible.

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org

 

Do you like our music video message we made for you all?

We miss you all very much! crying

Take a look in the link

#stayinghome #smallbutmighty

Monday 20Th April 2020

Hello Fire Class!

 

I would usually be saying ‘Welcome back!’ but for the time being we are all still keeping safe by staying at home.laugh

I hope you have had a lovely Easter and have eaten lots of yummy chocolate eggs and had fun at home with your families. wink

It has been so lovely to see what you have all been up to since we have been off and it looks like you are making the most of ‘Self isolating’.yes

Because we are still on ‘Lockdown’ we will continue to set a range of curriculum learning for you to complete at home in your own time. These will be posted on our website on our class page every Monday. heart

There are plenty of websites we have already recommended for you to use on our website.

BBC bitesize will be starting daily lessons from Monday 20th April which you can access and use as well.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

There will be enough work to last the week for you to have go at.

Remember, because you are at home, we are not expecting you to resume normal school hours and we do not want to add any more pressure or anxiety to anyone. Therefore, the work we set is just recommended for you try and have a go.

 

 

We are available to contact within usual school hours using our email and we will try our best to help you as much as possible with any questions or queries. You do not need to send us any work for marking but ask a ‘grown up’ or older sibling to check your work and to help where possible.

faye@stjosephs-aylesham.org

 

Click on the Home learning star to take you to Week 1 of your learning.cool

 

 

Happy Easter Fire Class! laugh

 

It has been so lovely receiving emails and photos from some of you to see all the wonderful things you have been doing whilst at home. It looks like you are making the most of your time and doing lots of exciting 'home learning' activities.

 

This week is the first full week of the holidays but if you wish for some more ideas for home learning or some fun activities to keep you busy then feel free to look at the suggestions and links in the Home Learning Star link! wink

 

From myself and Mrs Pilcher we wish you all,

a

Very Happy Easter! heart

 

 

Fabulous Fire Class

 

In Fire Class we always try to do our very best, to not give up even when something is difficult and to always care about each other.

 

Now is the time more than ever to practise the words above.  During this challenging time we must remember to never give up, always do our best and to keep caring for each other.

 

Good luck with your home learning! 

Click on the star below to find home learning packs and links to useful information.  Also follow the #stayinghome tab in the classes page for updated information.

 

Mrs Austin and Mrs Pilcher

 

We have been exploring materials and finding out which one can fix a broken umbrella

This week we have presented our SENCO with our sensory boards. The children throughly enjoyed our project. They have designed with a purpose, considered the needs of others and evaluated their designs. Design and Technology success!

2D shape Maths Problem solving with Tangrams

Fire Class Design and Technology Week

Takeaway Pizza! Using the vegetables from our school garden we have made cheese and tomato pizza to take home and enjoy!

Fire Class have been looking at different fruit and vegetables. We have asked questions about how they grow. Can you name them all?

We have been observing the structure of different leaves and creating leaf artwork.

Science Week! Understanding the digestive system

World Book Day! Sharing a story

Fire Class Nature Detectives! We have been oustide searching for evidence that animals have been in our school field and playground.

Problem Solving in Maths

Preparing tiles for the Peace Garden

Saving the whales!

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