Last week, the sound of the week for 3S was 'k' and the Core Word was 'Like'.
The students practiced using the word 'Like' while they played.
In class the 'k' sound was key,
Students practiced to sound it with glee.
With "like" they did play,
Saying it every which way,
KS4’s Maths topic is ‘time’. The students had to use a depart and return time to plan their trip. Students also covered a range of PLG’s such as reading time, calculating money, road awareness, talking to store staff and talking to peers.
Students in 3H have been learning about how batteries work and have been experimenting with electronics. Using a few wires, a battery and a switch, they loved making fans and light bulbs work.
3H students’ experiments….so keen,
Using batteries in a brilliant routine,
Bulbs glowed so…
In CLL, KS4 pupils started a new story. Pupil’s had to pull out objects related to the story from the bucket and use their prediction skills to predict what might happen in their new story. KS4 then watched the advert: Mog’s Christmas Calamity to see if their predictions were…
KS3L have chosen to talk about what their favourite lesson activities have been this week.
Jamie - I enjoyed Computing learning about good information and bad information.
Josh - I enjoyed English today because we did creative writing. I did a long paragraph using images. One was of police,…
KS3 and KS4 students who take part in our weekly reading intervention group had the pleasure of attending a virtual author visit run by Puffin Schools. Students were introduced to author Pippa Goodhart and Illustrator Nick Sharratt, who read their new book, ‘You Choose Christmas’, and offered an…
Today at the cafe, KS5W ordered their own drinks, paid for them, waited for their change, put the change and receipt back in their wallet and carried their wallets and drinks over to their table. It was wonderful to so see how little staff support was needed and the lovely manners showed…
Class 3S, are getting some fresh air,
Outside time to relax, they would share.
With stories so bold,
Their minds would unfold,
Ready for lessons, bright-eyed and aware!