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St Andrew's Church of England Primary School An intelligent heart acquires knowledge and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge. Proverbs 18:15

Kingfishers

 

Week beginning 18th January

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It's   Party    Day!
We have made our own tree decoration.
Let's Take A Selfie!

Kevin Carrot

Kevin Carrot  was the inspiration for our Christmas Big Write. The children enjoyed finding out about Kevin's adventures at Christmas time and writing a report about them. 

They then made their own Kevin Carrot out of felt, sewing them with care.

 

 

Christingle

We enjoyed making Christingles and thinking about their meaning in the Christingle service.

Massive well done to Betsy, who won the Christmas card competition. We are so proud of you :) 
Christmas has arrived in Kingfisher Class!
Some amazing shelters have been made.

Real PE

Working together to create jump routines. Developing our motor and social skills.

Social skills and jumping in Real PE.

Science - Investigating stems.

Will the coloured water travel up the celery stem?

Fantastic independent writing using 'an' and 'a'.

Children In Need 2020

We've had a great day in Kingfisher class, doing lots of Children in Need themed activities.  In literacy, we learned about the history of Children In Need.  In maths, we cracked a Children In Need themed code breaker.  We also all got very sweaty whilst taking part in the Joe Wicks PE challenge.  In the afternoon, we enjoyed some mindfulness activities and eating our delicious cakes from the cake stall. Take a look at the slideshow below.

 

12.11.20

I can solve 1 and 2 step word problems.

Problem solving in maths.

Remembrance Day - We Will Remember Them.

Kindly written by Esther

Holiday Eco Challenge!

Kingfisher children chose a time each day where no power was used inside the home. Instead they got creative and made some of the following activities. 

4th November

L.I Revise concept of unit fractions

 

Today we had great fun building fraction walls. 

Half term ECO home challenge!

Millie's Magnificent Maths Homework. recognising 3-D shapes.

Tuesday, 13th October (YR 3)

L.I - I can describe the properties of 3D shapes, including the property of prisms.

Tuesday, 13th October (YR 4)

L.I - Measure in metres, centimetres and millimetres, understanding and using the relationship between them.

Children estimated and measured the length of the playground in m and cm. We used metre sticks to measure the playground. It was 24m and 40cm. Can you convert this measurement to just metres, centimetres and millimetres?

 

E.g. 37 m and 30cm = 37.3 m = 373cm= 3730mm

 

Monday, 12th October

 

L.I. Measure in centimetres and millimetres, understand the relationship between them, convert lengths between both units and record centimetres using decimal notation.

Children measured around their hands using string. First they  carefully drew around their hand with fingers spread out. They estimated the total length of the line they had drawn.  Once they had written their estimate, they got some damp string and carefully placed it around their hand outline, cutting any excess string off and measured with a ruler using cm's and mm's.

Thursday, 8th October - I can write a poem about a peculiar pet.

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Monday 5th October - Year 4 Maths - Time Bingo

 

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