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Cherry Class Blog 2020-21

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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 25/03/21, by Steve Richardson

    We had a great Red Nose Day last Friday. The children really enjoyed sharing their jokes with each other. A couple of the best were: "Why is the sand wet?" ; "Because the sea weed." (From Emmie). Sam asked,"Why can't a car play football?". "Because it's only got one boot."

    We've been weighing things this week using the balance scales, comparing which is heavier/lighter. 

    We have also been writing this week to show our writing to Monty, Mrs O'Leary's dog, to help him to learn to write. 

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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 19/03/21, by Steve Richardson
    We are really enjoying our Tuesday mornings in the woodland area. This week we made journey sticks by tying things we found on our walk around the woodland to our stick to remember were we had been and what we saw. Rae found a feather and tied it to
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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 11/03/21, by Steve Richardson

    It's been great to have all the children back in class this week. We've had a super busy week and have been doing lots of investigations as part of British Science Week. We have tested paper towers to see how strong they were; made aeroplanes from straws and hoops of paper and tested them to see how far they would fly ; and made boats from foil to test how much they could carry before sinking.

    In maths we explored one more than a given number and used Owl words in our writing. "I go to the zoo," Sam wrote. Hopefully, soon, we will be able to!

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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 05/03/21, by Steve Richardson

    I'm so impressed by all the work you have been doing at home. You need to give yourselves a big '1, 2, 3, Well Done Me' pat on the back. And, I've got to say it again - A great big thank you to all the grown-ups for all the help you have given the children during lock-down. 

    Next week is British Science Week and we'll be doing lots of science investigations and exploration in school. If you want to join in at home have a look here:

    https://www.britishscienceweek.org/app/uploads/2019/02/BSA_EurotunnelTerminal_handout_1118_W1.pdf

    I'm really  looking forward to seeing you all next week back in Cherry Class. See you soon!

     

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  • Cherry Class Story March 3rd

    Published 02/03/21, by Steve Richardson

     

     

     

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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 25/02/21, by Steve Richardson

    Hi everyone.

    This week I really  enjoyed talking to some of you who are working at home at the moment. It was great to hear your voices and find out a little bit of what you have been doing. Well done for all the fantastic work you are doing and sending in to school. Thanks again to all your grown-ups for all the help they are giving you.

    In school we really enjoyed our well-being Wednesday. One of the most enjoyable activities was doing a' Draw with Rob' Sausage dog drawing. I've put a picture of them in this blog.

    Take care and keep up all the fantastic work. I'm looking forward to seeing you all soon!

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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 12/02/21, by Steve Richardson

    Hi everyone.

    I hope you are all keeping well. I've been really impressed by all of the work you have been doing at  home and the assignments you have been sending in to school. You have been doing some fantastic learning. Well done! and another big thank you to all your grown-ups for their help.

    We are celebrating Chinese New Year this week - The year of the Ox - so let's stay strong. I hope you enjoy finding out how the Chinese New Year is celebrated.

    Don't forget to keep expressing yourself and doing the things that make you happy!

    Finally - a Valentine Day's joke:

    What do you call two birds in love?

    Tweethearts.

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  • A story read by Mr Richardson 10/02/21

    Published 09/02/21, by Steve Richardson
         
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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 04/02/21, by Steve Richardson

    Hi everybody!

    We've been Superheroes this week, making masks and capes and acting out our super-powers. Jennifer told me, "My super-power is being kind."

    I know you've all been busy working at home and I've enjoyed looking at all the pictures and writing about birds you have sent in. Well done and keep it up! 

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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 28/01/21, by Steve Richardson

    Hi everybody.

    I've been working from home this week and I've really enjoyed looking at all the learning you have been doing at home and sending in to school. Well done and keep it going.! Thanks again to all the grown-ups who are helping with the children's home learning. You have done some fantastic maths learning; combining tow groups to find the total.

    The children in school have had another busy learning week as well.

    Don't forget you can access our learning on Microsoft Teams or through the school's website in Home Learning. Get in touch with the office at Nyewood if you are having difficulties doing this.

    Don't forget that this weekend is the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch: 

    The RSPB Wildlife Charity: Nature Reserves & Wildlife Conservation

    Which birds can you spot. Happy bird watching!

     

     

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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 21/01/21, by Steve Richardson

    Hi everybody. I hope you are all keeping safe and well. I've enjoyed looking at all the work you have been sending in from home. Well done and keep it going. It's great to see all the fantastic learning you have been doing. I'd like to say a great big thank you to all the grown-ups who are helping you do do your learning.

    In school we have been enjoying junk-modelling and making lots of different models. As you can see from the photo a particular favourite this week has been making mini-beasts. We also looked for information about minibeasts. "You can look with your eyes," Jaxson told us. "Look in books," said Emmie. "You can look on the internet," said Betsy. Next week is the Big Garden Birdwatch so we have also been looking around to see what kinds of birds we can see. More on this next week. Take care and stay safe.

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  • Cherry Class Blog

    Published 14/01/21, by Steve Richardson

    Well done to everyone this week!

     I know you have been working very hard at home as well as in school. Even though I’ve been working from home this week I’ve been able to see what you have all been doing and I’ve enjoyed looking at the work you have done – especially all the fantastic writing about your holiday news. Well done!

    I want to say a great big thank-you to all the grown-ups for all the help they are giving those of you who are learning at home.


    I heard a great joke this week.

    How do you cut the sea in half?

    Use a see-saw.


    Have a lovely weekend. I’ll be in touch next week.

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