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Welcome to Fox Class 

 

Class Teacher:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: Miss Barnes

Thursday, Friday: Mrs Morris

 

Classroom LSA:

Miss Soden

 

PE day: Monday

Library day: Thursday (fortnightly)

Reading: New reading books will be issued every Monday. Children will receive three books each. Reading books should be returned on Fridays.

 

 

This term as part of our Design and Technology learning, we made fruit kebabs. We learned all about healthy eating and looked at the Eatwell plate to help us decide what kind of healthy snacks we could make. We taste tested different fruits to start so we could see which ones we liked or disliked. We then chose which fruit we would put on our kebabs and drew our designs. Then it was time to make our kebabs! We followed our designs as closely as possible. As part of the process we then evaluated our final product. In the afternoon we got to sit outside and enjoy eating them!

Easter Bonnet Parade

We enjoyed sharing our handmade Easter Bonnets with the rest of the school. All of the hats looked fantastic! We were also lucky enough to take part in an Easter Egg Hunt. We made our own baskets in class to collect our eggs in.

Instructions - Jam Sandwich Making

This term we looked at writing instructions. In our writing, we practiced all of the features a good set of instructions should have. We practiced following a set of instructions to make a Jam Sandwich before writing our own instructions. We loved making and eating our sandwiches in the classroom!

Enchanted Forest

As part of our Enchanted Forest topic, we have been looking at Traditional Fairytales. We were lucky enough to have a Storyteller come in and tell us the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. We were able to join in with some of the actions and we really enjoyed listening!

Comparing Numbers in Maths

This term we have looked at numbers to 30 and compared them through ordering number sequences from smallest to biggest and through Greater than/Less than. The children enjoyed using their arms to practically show the Greater than and Less than signs (< >).
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