Autumn Walk 2018

Early Years have just enjoyed our annual Autumn Walk.  We’d like to say a big ‘Thank You’ to all of our grown-ups who came to spend time with their children.

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Phase One Phonics – Instruments

During the Autumn term Nursery work on developing their listening skills through phase one phonics. Recently, we have been thinking lots about musical instruments and have enjoyed discovering the musical instruments in school.  We have listened to and played lots of percussion instruments, and are now able to describe the sound that these instruments make.

One day, Mrs Evans brought in some unusual instruments from home.  A trumpet and an accordion.  We loved exploring these instruments, and working out how to play them.  The trumpet was so loud!!  After we explored these instruments we enjoyed watching some highlights from the cbeebies prom and seeing if we could spot our favourite instruments.  (click https://www-bbc-co-uk-7u3jc96o6d9z.runscope.net/cbeebies/shows/prom to watch the show again)

 

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Class 5 Digital Citizen

Today class 5 have spent the afternoon discussing what it means to be a digital citizen. We listened to and deliberated about a story that demonstrated what it means to be a good digital citizen. For our independent activity, we all had to post a comment on this thread about what we have learnt this lesson. Take a look below to see our thoughts.

 

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Happy Father’s Day

This weekend it is Father’s Day. To help celebrate we invited our special grown ups into school this afternoon. We met our grown up and walked to the woods with them.  When we got there we completed a treasure hunt, answering questions about them and sharing fond memories. Afterwards we treated our adults to pizzas and biscuits which we had made especially for them.

Thank you to all the grown ups who came into school today. We loved spending time with you today, and the children were so excited to see you all.

 

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Dewsbury Bus Museum

This week Early Years have been reading a book called The Naughty Bus.  We have enjoyed reading the story as well as playing with toy buses too.  We counted passengers on and off a bus to help us learn addition and subtraction. Murmur helped us to create a different version of the story, and Reception wrote a story about a good bus.

Dewsbury Bus Museum visited school on Thursday and brought a lovely, old bus for us to explore.  This bus was 70 years old and we loved to explore how it was different from modern buses.

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