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Apple Class Blog 2018-19

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  • December has arrived

    Published 07/12/18, by Charlotte Rice
    As we have finished our main Autumn Term topic, we have begun a short Christmas themed focus for the remainder of the term. This is based on ‘The Snowman’. This week we understood the storyline and looked at the feelings involved in our R
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  • A Week of Events

    Published 30/11/18, by Charlotte Rice
    Monday started with a visit from the fire brigade. We learnt about how to keep ourselves safe at home and learnt some great rhymes to help us: ‘Matches, lighters never touch, they can hurt you very much!’ We learnt about how importa
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  • Writing Skills

    Published 23/11/18, by Charlotte Rice
    We have learnt about co-ordinations and subordinations in Writing this week. We learnt that they join two sentences together. Some of these are ‘and’, ‘because’ and ‘but’. We also learnt about expanded noun phrases
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  • Christmas is creeping in!

    Published 16/11/18, by Charlotte Rice
    This week our take away tasks were due in. We used these to inspire our independent writing and shared them with everybody! Well done everyone who completed the task. In Mathematics we focused on multiplication and division. We were great at t
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  • Fun with clay and paint

    Published 09/11/18, by Charlotte Rice
    We had lots of fun this week making our clay ‘wild things’. Look out for the letter inviting you to our fantastic finish exhibition in the next few weeks. In Mathematics we have also enjoyed ourselves. We have learnt about ‘c
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  • Creativity was shining this week!

    Published 02/11/18, by Charlotte Rice
    We started the new half term back in Apple Class with a new focus text; The Tin Forest. We have done a lot of craft and art work this week and one of our favourite things to do was make The Tin Forest out of tin in one of our trays! Some of us have h
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  • The end of a great, first half term!

    Published 19/10/18, by Charlotte Rice
    In our writing this week we worked hard on presenting out descriptive passages about the ‘Wild Rumpus’. Come into the classroom to see our work! We also learnt about nouns and verbs. Ask us to give you an example and we can! Our
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  • Drums, Editing and Investigations

    Published 12/10/18, by Charlotte Rice
    On Monday this week we mixed together our PE and Science learning to carry out our investigation. We exercised, ate a healthy snack and then exercised again to see if we were fitter before a healthy snack or after. Most of us found that we could
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  • Spelling, spelling, spelling!

    Published 05/10/18, by Charlotte Rice
    Throughout the week we have been really focusing on our spellings in Apple Class. Miss Rice has been choosing a ‘word of the day’ and she has given us lots of opportunities to practise these! Can you have a go at your spellings at home
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  • The week we became reporters...

    Published 28/09/18, by Charlotte Rice
    We have been learning some quite tricky Mathematics this week and Miss Rice has been very proud of us. We used our knowledge of tens and ones to help us add 1 digit and 2 digit numbers together. Next week we will be doing similar activities but with
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  • Adjectives, adjectives, adjectives!

    Published 21/09/18, by Charlotte Rice
    A windy but wonderful week in Apple Class. In our Writing sessions we began to learn about adjectives! We picked this up very well and we can’t wait to use them in our writing next week. In Mathematics we learnt that addition number sente
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  • Problem solving and predicting!

    Published 14/09/18, by Charlotte Rice
    Super learning was happening in Apple Class again this week! In Writing lessons we reminded ourselves how and when we use capital letters and full stops. We have an action to do when we hear a full stop. Ask us to show it to you! There has been
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