Caradoc’s final week

Wow, what a final week we have had! We have had so much fun showing off what we have been learning in our lessons by making posters, and working together to make up our own PE games and playing board games.  We have also done some free crafts as well as playing one of Mrs Lewis’ alphabet picture games. We have watched the Year Six Leavers Assembly and took part in Holy Trinity’s got Talent. We also said well done to Mathew who was our values champion for being such a kind and caring boy, a great role model and showing resilience in his writing.

It has been a pleasure teaching your children this year.  Their progress has amazed us and they are all more than ready to start Year Three.  Thank you for the cards, gifts and kind words.  We wish you all a fantastic and safe Summer.

Thank you,

Mrs Thompstone, Mrs Morgan and Mrs Lewis.

Caradoc’s week

We have had a fun and busy week in Caradoc.  We have finished off our Secret Giant stories in English and completed our units in the majority of lessons with quizzes to demonstrate the children’s learning and understanding. On Monday we prepared our chosen fruit and made fruit kebabs.  We held a Great Fire of London morning on Thursday which was great fun and all the children went home with a bread roll they had baked – they were delicious! On Friday we joined the rest of the school in our Holi Colour Run and we found our about why Hindu’s so this.

Well done to our Star of the Week, Deborah, who has settled in extremely well despite only joining our school 2 weeks ago.

We have collected all reading books today and will not be issuing any now until September. If you have any at home, please can they be returned next week. Thank you.


 

 

Caradoc Week

What a lovely week we have had in Caradoc. We have watched the Year 5 and 6 children perform their Jungle Book play and had move up morning. In English we have started writing our own secret giant stories, and in Maths we have been developing our position and direction language. In Science we identified parts of a flower and in Computing we changed the background in our Scratch Junior program. In History we looked at Samuel Pepys’s diary and in PE we continued our Pirate Fitness.

Well done to our Star of the Week, Harriet. Harriet worked extremely hard in our assessment week as well as being a fantastic role model at all times.

Caradoc’s week

In Caradoc this week we have been using expanded noun phrases and using suffixes in our writing. In Maths we have been revisiting time and in RE we looked at how Muslims live their lives. In History we identified why the Great Fire spread so quickly and in Science we looked at a variety of leaves. In Computing we looked at programming through Scratch and in PSHE we looked at different jobs. In DT we looked at ways of cutting, chopping, grating and slicing and in PE we carried on with our Pirate Fitness.

Well done to our last two Stars of the Week.  Lola for her fantastic effort in English. Ethan for his growing maturity.

Caradoc’s first two weeks

We have had such a busy first two weeks to our summer term.  The children have been working incredibly hard throughout, I am extremely pleased with their efforts in handwriting and presentation. In English we have been looking at using expanded noun phrases and co ordination and in maths we have been looking at statistics through a range of diagrams. In RE we have continued our Islam unit by studying Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the Qur’an. In DT we tasted a range of fruits and vegetables and in PE we have been practicing for sports day. In Science we have compared seeds and bulbs as well as looking for signs of summer, and in History we have been finding out about the Great Fire of London.

Well done to our two stars of the week! Malvina for her beautiful handwriting and presentation. Vali for his outstanding, independent English work.

Caradoc’s week

This week in Caradoc we have started a new book in English called My name is not Refugee by Kate Milner. We have been describing the little boys backpack as well as thinking about the five items we would pack. In Maths we have continued our fractions work by recognising and finding a third and finding the whole. In RE we learnt about the features of a Mosque, and in PSHE we looked at good and not so good activities to do before going to bed. In Science we identified our body organs and in Computing we used algorithms to move the Beebots. In Music we continued learning the glockenspiel and in Geography we looked at seasonal weather in London.

Well done to Seraya who is our Star of the week. Seraya has wowed us in all subjects but particularly Maths this week with her fractions.

Caradoc’s week

This week in Caradoc we have been writing our letters asking for help to save the trees. In Maths we have been looking at fractions, focusing on halves and quarters. In RE we learnt about the importance of Allah to Muslims and in Computing we made maps and routes for the Beebots. In Art we completed an artist study on Diana Beltran Herrera and in Geography we identified the geographical features of London. In PE we continued our pirate fitness and in PSHE we looked at how to prepare our minds and bodies for a restful sleep. In Science we learnt about the importance of hygiene and completed two experiments to see how quickly germs can spread and their reaction to soap,

Well done to our star of the week Ishan, who has settled into our class and school very well, working hard and being kind.

Caradoc’s Week

This week in Caradoc we have been adding er and est to our words in English and measuring in millilitres and litres in Maths. In RE we learnt about Islam and Muslims, and in PE we completed 40 second bursts of our pirate fitness. In PSHE we looked at the benefits of physical activity and in Geography we developed our understanding of compass directions. In Art we completed blind drawing of our feathers and in music we used the glockenspiel along with our song.

Well done to our Star of the Week, Shania, who has been working hard with her handwriting and spellings.

 

Home Learning – Wednesday, 24th April

Good morning Caradoc.

Below you will find work for today to be completed, all of which are related to work we would be completing in school. If you have any questions, please do let me know via dojo. I am also more than happy for you to send over any photos which we can share in class once we return. Thank you for all being so understanding.

Phonics:
Green, purple, pink group:
https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/mHcRVrDZ/BV23FsUe
https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/ZsEoNLlp/DrPW664u

Orange, yellow, blue, grey group:
https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/zBitjb7G/YaKKz9Ah
https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/0fLpCAMo/dmU0RYun

Comprehension group:
https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/cX9XyOQq/RNkaCmyw
https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/hHzmRy2G/hZ5pMT0H

Maths:
Please practise your 2x, 3x, 5x and 10x tables, writing them in different orders. You could start by joining in with our number songs to help recap your memory:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r176jXYwct8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yr-IuM4SEA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2iStjfHxrk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LjzvbTw8E4

Following this, please use you Numbots login to complete tasks on there. Your login will be in your reading diary. You may also wish to try TT Rockstars which has the same login details.

English:
We have been looking at The Last Bear, The Last Wolf and The Last Lynx page in our book. I would like you to design a poster from Red’s point of view, searching for one of these last animals. I would like sentences as well as a picture explaining what the last animal looks like, where they may have been last spotted and why you want to find them. Using your imagination and remember capital letters, full stops, phonics sounds, using because, and, so that, if, and using don’t, won’t or I’ll. We have been using all of these things for some time now and you have all been using them correctly.

PSHE:
Following on from our lesson last week, I would like you to draw a plate showing me a healthy, balanced meal. Thinking about the five food groups we have found out about, as well as things you would like. Next to your plate I would also like you to draw a pudding or treat. Please then write a sentence describing your plate and using the food groups names.

RE:
We have just started our unit on Islam and today I would like you to do some research on Allah. I would like you to write down who Allah is and why he is so important to Muslims.

Reading:
Please complete your daily reading at home and ask your grownup to write in your reading diary.

Have a good day and I hope you enjoy completing our home learning.

Thank you, Mrs Thompstone.

Caradoc’s week

In Caradoc this week we have been learning about adding er and est onto words in English and how to use apostrophes for contracted forms. In Maths we have been measuring mass with grams and kilograms.  In RE we learnt about the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon Him), and in Geography we focused on the key landmarks in London.  In Science we looked at the benefits of keeping healthy as well as over and under eating, and in PE we focused on balancing on different parts of our bodies in Fitness.  In Computing we used different direction algorithms to move ourselves, and in PSHE we discussed keeping healthy, tying in nicely with our Science lessons. In Art we drew still life drawings of different feathers.

On Wednesday we had a visit from Booka, where we were shown a range of books and were read a story.  Order forms and book lists were sent home if you wish to order any via school.

Well done to our star of the week, Layla, who has been working hard on her phonics and reading.