We were delighted this week to have a bird table very kindly donated to us by local tradesman Mr Lee Darker. This fits in very well with our RSPB Wild Challenge.
We all gathered around the bird table this morning and Mrs Collins put a selection of treats out for the birds and explained all about the Wild Challenge. We’re very excited to get started.
We’re setting up bird hides in the classroom windows to see which birds we can spot – we’ve already seen a curious chaffinch!
To help us learn our sh sound we have been reading stories about sharks and drawing them using our black pens. We built up a list of words to describe sharks and then used these words to help us write a description of a shark. We had to try and write a colour sentence, a size sentence, a doing and feeling sentence. Before we wrote down our sentences we had to say them out loud, this helps us to include all the little helping words that link our ideas such as was, has, is.
Here the video for the Nutrition lesson…
It was lovely to be together again in school. We began our day by practising our letter formation and writing words with our sounds.
Our new sound today was “sh” and we were reading different “sh” words such as shop, shed, ship and fish. We listened to Nick Sharratt read his book The Shark in the Park on a Windy Day and started to make our own sharks.
In numeracy we were subtracting numbers and we did some dinosaur subtraction on the smartboard.
It was fun reading in our groups and sharing books with our friends.
Some of us played a game matching clowns on different cards to the clowns on our boards, we had to listen very carefully to each other.
We enjoyed playing together in the playground and in the classroom.
Good Morning everyone!
New learning is in the home learning tab. Below is the suggested timetable for the week.
If you have any questions please drop us an e-mail.
Mrs Brown and Mrs Smith
The new learning sway is on the Home Learning Tab above.
The timetable link below is a suggested break down of the work over the next two weeks to help you structure your time.
Remember to access the PE and Music Sway on the Home Learning tab as well.
Check in to your class Keep Connected Sessions and continue to email your teacher with questions and your learning.
Mrs Scott, Mrs Simpson and Mrs Brown
Today, is Kingsland’s 11th birthday. It is hard to believe that we have been in this ‘new’ school for 11 years and I am still thankful to work in such a wonderful building. Happy Birthday Kingsland.
Here is the song for H&WB Task 3…
Mrs Robertson from Peebles High School has sent us this link so you can take a virtual tour of Peebles High School at home. You can also see who the teachers are and hear from some senior students who talk about their experiences at Peebles High School.
VIRTUAL TOUR OF PEEBLES HIGH SCHOOL