Lawley’s Wedding – our fantastic finish!

Wow, what a lovely afternoon we have had at our class wedding.  The children were all beautifully behaved and listened well. The whole class took part and were able to witness what happens in a Christian wedding.  Reverend Paul at Holy Trinity Church conducted the service and talked us through each step. We watched Mollie and Ollie ‘get married’ along side the father of the bride, best man, bridesmaids and page boys, two witnesses and the rest of the class and parents as their friends and family.  When we got back to school we had a wedding disco, and will enjoy some wedding cake later in the week.

Well done to all the children.  A huge thank you to Reverend Paul for allowing the afternoon to take place, and to all the parents and family members who came to celebrate our class wedding with us, your support is much appreciated.

Lawley’s Week

We’ve had a very busy week in Lawley.  The children have been working hard creating their memory boxes. They are all very individual and personalised and look brilliant.  Everyone has taken them home to fill, and it is essential they are returned on Monday 10th ready for sharing to the class.

In English we have completed our recounts and are now starting to look at information texts. In maths we have been measuring in cubes, cm and m, with the whole class measuring their height and making comparisons using the correct sentences.  In RE we looked at how Jews celebrate Passover and in Science we have started looking at the properties of materials.  In topic we had another portrait art session where the children learnt who Paul Klee was and designed their own portrait based on his work.  We had attendance Ted join us in PE today, learning different ways of moving around the hall and equipment.

Remember it is our class wedding on Wednesday at Holy Trinity Church.   Please send your child with clothes to change into as well as the permission slip.  Parents and caters are welcome to meet us at the church at 1.30pm.  If anyone would be willing to support the class walking, please see myself or Mrs Morgan.

 

Lawley’s week

This week in English we have been looking at the features of a recount and different sentence openers ready to write our own recounts about the Memory Picnic next week.   In maths we have been looking at pictograms and block diagrams and learning how to interpret the data show.  In topic we have started planning to make a memory box, children decided on the best material and designed the outside, we also made a class list of the items we’d like to include inside.  We also looked at the history of Picasso and have all created a portrait based on cubism using oil pastels.  In science we have taken a deeper look at materials and a range of different objects around the classroom, deciding what material or materials they are made from.  In PSHE we looked at Mother a Teresa and her charity work, as well as looking at homelessness, deciding what items we need to live and what are luxury items.  In ICT we used our understanding of pictograms to design one on the computer, Lawley are becoming more confident on the computers every week.  In PE we looked at different ways of curling up small as moving around the hall big and wide as well as long and thin.  In RE we looked at the story of Moses and Exodus, with the children using role play to demonstrate their understanding.

Please remember every child needs a shoe box in school on Monday so we can start creating our memory boxes.

 

 

Our Marvellous Middle in Caradoc

On Wednesday Caradoc class visited Oswestry library. On the journey we looked at different types of buildings and landmarks, we took photographs for our photo-story. When we arrived at the library, we had the opportunity to look around. We have been investigating how people spend their leisure time, we found out about all the different activities and clubs that people take part in at the library. We enjoyed story time, had a singing session and finally settled down to read a book of our choice.