Autumn Term 2020

Here we are! Finally, we are all back together having a wonderful start to the term and loving being back in school with our peers and all the adults who support and teach us in school.
To help us readjust after this strange time apart we are reading Oliver Jeffers' beautiful book: HERE WE ARE - Notes for living on planet Earth. We thought about what we had missed about not being in school. We laid back and admired the sky to help us appreciate our wonderful world and were inspired to write poetry. We have written a letter to our local MP in the hope that we can change the world for the better. And we have considered what it is that makes each and everyone of us so special and unique and what our hopes are for the future.
We are enjoying reading for pleasure Eva Ibbotson's one dog and his boy as we get to know our very own gorgeous school dog, Ivy!
This term we are thinking about whether we would love to live in a city. We have been studying Lowry's cityscapes, learning about perspective and experimenting with drawing and painting in the style of Lowry.
In maths we are getting to grips with place value and revising some of our previous learning to give ourselves a great foundation to build on.
We have loved our tag ruby lessons with Mr Coyle and are learning how to accurately hold and pass the ball.
We have had class assembly in the forest and our loving being back in such a special environment.