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Autumn Term

Dream Boxes

Earlier last week, your child was sent home with a letter for their home learning project to create your own dream world in a box.

This could be anything you like - there are no limits. We would like dream boxes in by Monday 16th November to be judged for prizes.

Our Pudding Lane

In maths we have been busy using our knowledge of partitioning to add 2 numbers using sticks and dots. Have a go at home and bring it in to show us.  



A mysterious suitcase and snowy footprints greeted us as we arrived in class!

It seems the suitcase belongs to a lost penguin! We have been busy asking lots of questions and have been writing them down. We have learnt lots of interesting facts about these birds like what do they eat and where do they live? 


We have enjoyed reading the story Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers and have used this to sequence a story and write our own retell. 


Why not have a go at home and bring it in to show us! We love to see your work and will give you some Dojo points. 

Over the last couple of weeks, the children have been reading 'You Can't Take an Elephant on the Bus' by Patricia Cleveland-Peck. They have have worked hard to make predictions about the story and have learnt how to use adjectives to describe and conjunctions to extend our sentences. 


We would love to see any stories that your child has written at home. Maybe they could retell this story for us and bring it in for us to see. 

In maths, the children have been learning all about place value and been representing numbers in tens and ones. They have used the Part-Part Whole method and have represented their own numbers using sticks and dots. 


Can you tell us what these represent?


We will begun to learn about coding this term including what algorithms are.

If u would like to have a go at home, you can use Scratch Chat for free by following this link:

Or if you have an iPad you can install Hopscotch and begin to code simple games.

Both of these are used in school and are free!