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Weekly Update - 19th November 2020

Miss Oates - 18 Nov 2020

Hello everyone, 

Last Friday was Children in Need and it was lovely to see everyone supporting the charity, getting dressed up and donating their money. We watched and cheered the end of Joe Wicks amazing 24hour challenge and the children were certainly inspired during their own exercise slots. What a brilliant role model for us all! Have a look on the main news and events page to see a message from the school council and how much we raised. 

 
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We have continued our addition and subtraction learning this week in maths. We have being using lots of concrete resources to help us master new methods of adding. We have been using our favourite number 10 and it's amazing how our small numbers help us out with our calculations and bigger numbers. Any spontaneous practise of our number bonds to 10 and additions less than 10 will help us hugely with all our maths learning going forward. I hope the children are all enjoying their numbots still at home. Please have a look at the 'homework' tab on this class page to find out more about what you can do to help at home. 
 
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In English we have been looking at some WAGOLLs (what a good one looks like) of descriptive writing. We have spotted lots of the technical skills that we have been learning, in the author's writing. We can't wait to give it a go ourselves now. We are in the planni g process of giving this a go. 

I am still feeling super proud of the children for all their effort with reading. We have such a buzz for reading in our class and everyone is making great improvements. Keep up the great work everyone...I'm so happy your are loving it as much as I am! 

There was great excitement on Wednesday this week as we continued our learning of collaging in art. Last week we looked at some artists and illustrators who use collage as a technique of creating artwork. This week we had a go ourselves. We use cutting, tearing, over lapping and sticking skills to make some of our own images. We also got very messy which is always great fun! We are going to continue to build these skills throughout the term.
 
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In PSHE we moved our learnig about relationships forward by considering bullying. We thought about how and where bullying could take place and how it will feel for all involved. The children had great maturity and compassion. 

Mrs Hatch has shared with us a great PE resource created by the Youth Sports Trust (YST) which the children can access at home if they wish whilst after school clubs are restricted. Here is some more info as well as a link to the youtube video: 
The Youth Sport Trust have taken the step to deliver a free virtual after school club as part of a national response to the second lockdown. The 30-minute club will take place at 5pm each weekday and be led by a different member of the YST’s athlete mentor network, starting on Thursday 12 November with world no.1 female inline skater and 10-time British Champion Jenna Downing. The After School Sport Club will then run for five weeks until December 18 and children and young people can take part live by visiting our YouTube channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/YouthSportTrust

Tomorrow in class we are going to have a go at a pretend home learning session to prepare us in case of school closure (fingers crossed its not needed). This will help the children be much more indpendent with their learning at home. We will be using our new SeeSaw platform. If you haven't had chance to have a look at this yet, please do and let me know if you have any difficulties. 

Have a great weekend, 

Miss Oates 
 
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