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1RC have been getting active in Maths today, working in teams to half and quarter amounts accurately!
This afternoon the children have enjoyed a session with Jermaine learning how to play the steel pan drums. It was very exciting… and loud!
Today we had a special visit from a Meanwood Valley ranger to talk to Year 1 about all the exciting species that live in our local area.
This week we had a special visitor to class… Miss Edwards brought her dog in with a mission for us to work out if he was a mammal or not. We made a checklist or what is required for an animal to be a mammal and then checked the dog.
He was a mammal!
Well done to Harleen and Alex for winning a £10 voucher each for coming to school in a healthy, environmentally friendly day for the last few weeks!
A huge thank you to all the parents, grandparents and careers who managed to make it to our assembly today! Even though we had some people absent, the assembly still went ahead and the children did a brilliant job.
This morning we spent our time using different resources to show our learning about the Titanic. We used the iPads to research, Lego to build 20 lifeboats for our Titanic small world, wrote facts that we know in the writing area, looked at our senses and what we can hear, see and smell and wrote postcards from Samson from our class book, Samson’s Titanic Journey.