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In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day

Jessica Ennis-Hill

29.11.19

Daily reading

Active learn - Abacus - Subtracting 3 digit x 3 digit numbers using column subtraction.

Talk homework - How do you think trains could be good for the environment?

Louis loved French this week as he was able to write a sentence to describe the colours of the fish he was drawing. Our French skills are improving hugely. Every day we greet each other in French, both in the morning and the afternoon. We say what we are having for lunch in French and whether or not we are going home on the bus. 

Libby has enjoyed researching Isambard Kingdom Brunel in English and Global learning. She is looking forward to writing her biography next week.

Lucca has enjoyed hockey this week. He was able to use all the skills he has been learning in a match between the Year 3 class.

In Maths, we have been working so hard to understand column subtraction with exchanging. Jackson has enjoyed the challenge and feels confident using this method to answer his calculations.

William has enjoyed looking at the positive and negative impact the railway has had on society. We are still undecided whether rail is a good or a bad part of today's world.

We hope you have a lovely weekend.

Jess Ennis-Hill class

22.11.19

Daily reading

Active learn - Abacus - Adding and subtracting 3x3 digit numbers.

Talk homework - Give your family instructions on how you made your pizza.

Eva loved making pizza today. We all brought in our own ingredients and worked as a team to create magnificent pizzas. We also wrote the instructions for this in our English lesson.

Darcy is really enjoying building on her hockey skills with Miss Lizell. They have learnt how to dribble, tackle and pass and will hopefully put these skills to use in the next couple of weeks.

Emily is super confident with 3 digit column addition. We will look at column subtraction in more detail next week. I am so proud of how far they have come. Their confidence has grown exponentially.

William has worked really hard to demonstrate his map skills in our Global Learning. We have mapped English counties, UK cities and railway lines of yesteryear. 

We hope you have a terrific weekend

Jess Ennis-Hill

15.11.19

Daily reading

Active learn - Abacus - Addition and subtraction

Talk homework - Tell a member of your family how fossils are formed.

William has enjoyed doing Maths, looking at column subtraction. We started the week a little unsure but have worked so hard to grasp exchanging. We end the week on a super confident note.

John has enjoyed doing map work. We have been looking at the counties within England and also at the Stockton to Darlington line in Topic.

Jackson has enjoyed studying fossils and learning facts about them. We will continue with this learning next week.

In English, Libby enjoyed writing a persuasive text to convince the Stone Age people to use one of Ug's many innovations.

 

We hope you have a restful weekend.

Jess Ennis-Hill class

 

08.11.19

Daily Reading

Active Learn - Abacus - Addition and Subtraction 

"This week we have been learning about speech marks and where to put them in pieces of writing," said Indira.

Libby said, "I really enjoyed hockey this week, because I felt I had improved on last week". "We practised dribbling, tackling and then had a few races". "I was puffed out!"

William enjoyed Topic this week. We were looking at information about the train we have chosen on the laptops.  We are researching a selection of trains, including The Mallard, The Flying Scotsman, The Evening Star, The Rocket.

In maths. Emily enjoyed using column addition to add up 3-digit and 2-digit numbers.

In English, we wrote a letter to Ug about tell him about how different life was now compared to how he lived.  We told him about transport, furniture, electronics, food and that we have comfortable beds now!

Have a lovely weekend.

 

Jessica Ennis-Hill class

01.11.19

Daily reading

Activelearn - Abacus - Adding and subtracting tens

Poppy has enjoyed maths this week. We have worked hard to use 3 digit numbers and tens. As such, we now have a range of strategies to help us solve these problems.

In PE, Jakub has been learning all about hockey. This week, they've been developing their dribbling skills.

In English, we read Ug. We talked about how innovative he is and all the ideas he had. Emma really enjoyed depicting life for Ug and his family through art.

In Global Learning, we are looking at Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure. Hopefully, the children will be able to explain what these terms mean. We will be looking at the development of trains over the ages and comparing and contrasting those developments.

Have a lovely weekend,

Jess Ennis- Hill class

18.10.19

Daily reading

Activelearn - Abacus - Adding and subtracting

It's the end of the week and half term is nearly upon us. We have made a fantastic start to the year and have settled in to KS2 really well.

Oliver has enjoyed experimenting with charcoal and oil pastels in preparation for drawing our cave art. 

In English, we have been recounting the journey of a pebble, thinking about whether we are an igneous, metamorphic or sedimentary rock. Emma worked hard to recount all of the different adventures encountered right up to present day.

We had fabulous fun learning about the five different layers of the Earth in Science. We made a lift the flap model of Earth to help remind us what they are called. Finn found the lesson very interesting.

In ICT, with Mrs Clarke, Arthur has enjoyed learning about online safety and making his own avatar. The children have been discussing their identities and the importance of not sharing personal information.

Despite the weather, Thursday, ​​​Jess Ennis-Hill took part in Interhouse. We had a very large number of the class participating for their house. This was very encouraging to see as we have been working hard to develop our rugby skills with Lizell this term.

In Maths, we have worked so hard to demonstrate our knowledge to Mrs Anderson. We have looked at our arithmetic skills, addition and subtraction, partitioning and ordering numbers. We are ready for a break!

We hope you have a lovely, restful week.

Kind regards

Mrs Anderson and Jess Ennis-Hill

11.10.19

Homework:

Talk Homework: Discuss what is inside the Earth.

Daily reading

Activelearn - Abacus - Adding and subtracting

Indira has enjoyed English this week. We have been looking at poetry. Today, we wrote our own poems based on animals from the past.

This week, Lucca played Endball with Miss Lizell. He learned how to block his opponent and score for his own team.

Jackson likes that he is able to see his progress in A/R. It motivates him to read even more. 

Leo has been learning French this week with the rest of his peers. We had a game of Simon dit to reinforce our imperatives. 

Millie learned about trust this week in RE. They made a maze in the classroom, put on blindfolds and had to trust their partners to guide them safely out.

We hope you have a lovely weekend.

Jess Ennis-Hill

 

04.10.19

Homework:

Talk Homework: Tell your family everything you know about life in the Stone Age.

Daily reading

Activelearn - Abacus - Adding and subtracting

Eva has enjoyed English this week. We have been writing about life 200,000 years ago from the perspective of one of the characters in our book 'Pebble in my Pocket'

Darcy - Today we made our Koinonia invites for our family to come and share our work on Friday 18th October.

Emma and John have enjoyed addition and subtraction this week. Particularly using number bonds to help us do this. The whole of Jess Ennis-Hill are now up and running with Abacus and have loved the new games they have been able to play.

In RE, we have been learning about the Ten Commandments with Mrs Mayes.

In PE, Millie has enjoyed sequencing in Gym. Hopefully, next week we will put this together in a routine to share with our peers.

We hope you have a lovely weekend,

Jess Ennis-Hill

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