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Saturday, 20 January 2018

Cup Football

Today, we played our first cup football match. It was a thrilling, hard fought battle which ended 3-3 after extra time. Although we led the game 3 times we were taken to penalties. Unfortunately, it was not our day and we ended up losing on penalties. The boys were brilliant and represented the school fantastically. 


Thursday, 18 January 2018

Art

I noticed lovely art in the sink after I pulled the plug out
By Ruby

Reward Time










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Tile Painting







Thank you Amber from Honey Pottery, we had a great afternoon.

Honey Pottery







This afternoon we are enjoying our reward for the Marks and Spencer most emails competition.

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Jays blog update - a recap of recent science fun!

This week jays have a guest blogger! This post this week comes to you from Abigail in our class. She has done some amazing work!



Curriculum



We used our comprehension skills to find out how the ancient Egyptians used the Nile and it's surroundings.

Curriculum



Today we learnt why the River Nile was so important to the ancient Egyptians.
By Charlie and Zewar

Monday, 15 January 2018

Computing



Today we sent emails to each other.
By Theo

Friday, 12 January 2018

Maths



Sarah and Theo showed their maths work to Year 6 and were rewarded with stickers.

Maths



We folded and cut pieces of paper into quarters to help us count in fractions.

Guided Reading




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Guided Reading




We used clues in the text to remind us that Ra is an old pharaoh who dribbles and walks with a staff.

Thursday, 11 January 2018

Fractions




Marlys used her fractions knowledge to decide that this Ancient Egyptian monster was divided into thirds.

Science




Trust me, I may soon be a doctor!

Science







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Science








We drew an outline around ourselves then we added our bones because we are learning about skeletons.

Tuesday, 9 January 2018







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Practical fractions



Today we learnt how to find fractions of an amount using apparatus.

Sunday, 7 January 2018

Amazing Homework in Jays!

A huge thank you to all the children in Jays class who brought in their Ancient Egypt homework from over the Christmas holidays. We've seen some wonderfully creative work, including realistic models, fantastic fact-files and even some photographs of those lucky folks that have visited some of the key historic sights in the past!

Look out for this week's work being uploaded here - we're expecting another busy week!

Friday, 5 January 2018

Painting



We have added colour to show the River Nile, the Pyramids and the Sphinx.

Deconstructing a text






This morning some of us created a mini world of our new book, Egyptian Cinderella whilst others put the story back together on a story mountain.

Next week's spellings



These can be found in our planners. We need to learn them for a test on 15/1/18


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Thursday, 4 January 2018

Egyptian Modroc



Can you see the pyramids?

Modroc Egypt



Rome may not have been built in a day but Egypt was!

Modroc Matinee



We learnt how to keep 'clean' doing a messy activity.

Building Egypt






This afternoon we used Modroc to create models of Egypt after studying images on Google Earth.

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

New Guided Reading Book






We can't wait to start reading this wonderful book of stories from the past.

Friday, 15 December 2017

Making hats






'It was tricky at first but when you get the hang of it gets easier,' exclaimed Mia.

Out of School Interests



Lucy and Charlie have been awarded certificates for Shotokan Karate.
We enjoyed them sharing the discipline and respect they have for themselves and their sport.

Thursday, 14 December 2017

Christmas Cracker Jokes



This is our favourite Christmas cracker joke.

Loom knitting





Just in time for the snow!
'I made my hat using a loom and a ball of wool. It was a challenge at first but, when I persevered it became easier' explained Eshal.

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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Christmas Treat



We are exhausted after working so hard all term!






Merry Christmas to you all
From the staff and children of Wrens

Christmas Treat



Pyjamas, teddies, hot chocolate, snack and Polar Express! What a treat!


Ancient Egypt


Mohammed is eager to learn about Ancient Egypt.
If you would like to make models for this topic using Christmas packaging you will be rewarded with Dojos in 2018.

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