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As introduced here, all classes in our school now use Class Dojo to support home-school communication.  This includes updates on learning which will replace this class blog. If you are a parent of a child in our school and have not yet signed up for Class Dojo, please contact your class teacher for instructions. Once signed up, you can login to Class Dojo with the free Apple or Android apps or login here.

Great performances in Elephant Class 

Children in Elephant class have been learning to recite poems by heart.  They have added actions to help them recall and memorise them. 
Great learning of subtraction facts to 10. Children used this learning to help them solve word problems.  ​

Penguin Art

We really enjoyed learning to make different shades of blue by mixing it with white in Art this week. We created an ice and sky scene for our penguin drawings. We have displayed lots in our classroom window if you would like to see them. 

Mrs Noblett

Good learning in Elephant Class

Children from Year One in Elephant class have been learning all about 2D and 3D shapes.  They have learned to create their own groupings and can tell you about some of the properties of these shapes.  Children have all enjoyed writing their own information text about penguins and have learnt to group animals according to what they eat.  Ask them to tell you all about carnivores, herbivores and omnivores!!  

Here are some pictures of children on their learning journey. 

Mrs Watts 

Chalk Penguins

In Art this week we have been looking carefully at pictures of penguins to study their shape and colours. We used chalk to draw them and had to be very careful not to smudge our work. 

In English we have been focusing on non-fiction texts and talking about how they are different to fiction texts. We have even begun to write some of our own facts about animals.

Hot and Cold Climates

This week in Geography we have been busy sorting animals by the kind of climate they come from. 

Ask us to tell you if these animals live in a hot or cold climate: 



Polar bear



You could also ask us to retell our class story ‘Lost and Found’ to you.

J Noblett