This afternoon we were very lucky to be able to watch the Reception children perform their nativity. They sang some lovely songs, and told us the story of the first Christmas.
They told us about the kings and shepherds who gave gifts to the baby Jesus.
What special thing will you do for somebody this Christmas?
We have been thinking about why we eat our flapjacks at break times. We know that eating flapjacks keeps us healthy and strong. It gives us energy to do our learning at school. We know too many flapjacks are not good for you, though!
We created posters of what we know about flapjacks.
What else could we eat at playtime to give us energy and keep us strong?
Jack helped to wrap up our shoeboxes today for Operation Christmas Child. We all have one each which we will fill tomorrow, and they will all get sent off next week. What a wonderful way to make a difference this Christmas!
We are looking at Edith Cavell in Class 3. She was a nurse in World War 1, and we think she was a hero because she saved soldiers from both sides during the war.
Kaiden has done a brilliant poster at home telling us all about her!
Do you know anything about Edith Cavell?
Today in PE we have been practising our netball skills. We now know that you can’t run when you hold the ball. We practised passing the ball in a team and getting into a hoop. We are getting good at our ball skills!
What netball skill do you think we will learn next?
This week in maths we are adding and subtracting. We have been adding two numbers today, and used resources from our maths area to help us.
We read a poem today called ‘Down Behind The Dustbin’. It is a rhyming poem and we made up our own versions with rhyming words! They were super.
What is your favourite rhyming poem?