There were 17 children in Amethyst class with perfect attendance last half term. Well done Ellis, Dhia'a, Cameron, Robbie, Elliott, Tia, Lekeisha, Jodi, Sophie, Rowan, Kai, Daphne, TJ, Matty, Krystal, Zuzanna and Tamzin!
Here are our Star of the Week (left) and Mathematician of the Week (right). Our Star has done some amazing writing, while our Mathematician has been working on her problem-solving skills. Then we have our Special Mentions. On the left, we have the winner of a bronze certificate for Excellent Effort in Maths, and he has worked … Continue reading This Week’s Superstars
Did you know that there is an international agreement designed to defend children around the world? It is called the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and it protects every child, regardless of their race, religion or abilities. The UNCRC is the basis for all of the work of Unicef, a global charity created in 1946 … Continue reading Looking Out for Children
Today, Years 3, 4 and 5 went to Sheffield City Hall to watch the amazing Hallé Orchestra perform. This year's theme was 'Made in the British Isles', and we got to hear songs from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. There was also audience participation! We all sang a song that we had been learning -- 'Faster … Continue reading Made in the British Isles
This week's Star (left) and Mathematician (right) were easy to choose. Our Star has been working so hard in Literacy, and her writing has come on in leaps and bounds. Our Mathematician, meanwhile, is fast becoming an expert at dividing and multiplying by 10, 100 and 1,000. Keep up the brilliant work, you two!
Today in Why Weight?, we played dodgeball. What a great time we had! Chris and Mrs Lohoar chose to celebrate these two for their great work and fantastic strategising.
We haven't told you about our SPaG royalty lately so here is the latest: Yesterday we had to share the SPaG crown out because the work was that amazing. We were really more Harry Potter and learning new words, as you do, and these two came up with some fabulous compound and complex sentences using the … Continue reading SPaG!