Today, we have made the most of the beautiful sunshine by having our PE lesson in the yard. Armed with suncream, hats and plenty of water, we practiced our listening skills, as well as co-ordination, balance and speed with a variety of challenges, including relays, races and group runs. What fun!
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During this session, we have been putting our work on adverbs into use by writing adverbial sentences about woodland creatures. We worked together to complete a whole-class task, where we worked both in pairs and small groups to volunteer contributions to the class board.
During this session, we have been putting our work on alliteration into use by writing alliterative sentences about minibeasts. We worked together to complete a whole-class task, where we worked both in pairs and small groups to volunteer contributions to the class board.
This month, we remember Our Lady as the Star of the Sea.
This chosen title for July is Star of the Sea because on the second Sunday of July we celebrate Sea Sunday. On Sea Sunday, the Catholic Church, along with other churches, remembers seafarers and prays for them, their families and those who support them.
Pray with us.
You chose Mary to be the mother of your son and so our mother.
This month we remember her as Star of the Sea, a guiding light,
a beacon, showing us the way through the storms of life to safely reach her son, Jesus.
We hold in prayer all seafarers who often have dangerous journeys
as they work to supply our needs.
We hold in prayer the work of the Apostleship of the Sea who support them.
We make these prayers in Jesus’ name.
To commemorate those at sea, we reflected together quietly and listened to the sounds of the ocean while we made origami boats, to symbolise our thoughts being with those at sea.
Well done to Year 2 for their fantastic class assembly all about ‘All Around the World’. We have been working hard to practice and we are really proud to share our learning with families and friends from our school community.
Today, the Phase 6 Phonics group have been continuing their work on contraction using apostrophes. We have been discovering what apostrophes are and ow they work, as well as applying them through a variety of fun games, activities and writing tasks. Today, the children imagined that they were chefs, chopping up words to remove unwanted letters, and mixing them back together to create contractions. Have a look below at our fantastic work.
We have even been lucky enough to have fun writing our sentences on the classroom tables. What fun we’ve had! Don’t tell Mr. Naughton…
“There’s a glittery, golden unicorn horn.”
“There’s a red, fiery dragon on the loose.”
“They’ll find the humungous, orange crab.”
“She’ll steal a cupcake on Sunday.”
“There mightn’t be a cove on the beach.”
“There mightn’t be any cheese left because I ate it last night.”
“Who’d want to see a ginormous, red monster?”
“There’s going to be somebody coming over tonight.”