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Purple - KS1

Welcome to KS1 - Purple Class!

Purple Class 2018 - 2019

 

Please find below information about your class

 

Hello from Mrs Munro, Mrs Roberts and Mrs Hawkes.

Please take a look at all the interesting subjects we learn about in Purple class.

Please click on the 'Archive - Class Pages 2017-2018' link below to see the start of the year information you will need for PURPLE CLASS.

In D&T we have been designing, making and evaluating our own photo frames. Look at the finished products:

Year 2 enjoyed an activity packed afternoon of Multi-Skills at Chantry. There were 10 stations around the hall. All children had a turn at completing each activity. We are proud of the children who all behaved fabulously, not only at the Multi-skills but also walking there and back. Thank you to all the parent helpers we had too. Well done Year 2! Year 1 stayed at school and enjoyed some Maths activities and Reading with Year 3 children. They also said they had a great afternoon and Miss Halliday reported that they were all great. Well done Year 1!

More Football Academy games - children got to be Kings and Queens for a while playing a game which involved jumping with one or two feet. They had to challenge the Kings or Queens by playing Rock, paper, scissors. If they won, they got to be the King or Queen instead!

Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf. We also found some of the fruits they produce.

Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 1
Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 2
Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 3
Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 4
Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 5
Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 6
Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 7
Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 8
Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 9
Outdoor Learning (11.10.18) Today we had to identify three different types of leaf: An oak, a horse chestnut and beech leaf.  We also found some of the fruits they produce. 10

Prayer Spaces for RE - We watched and listened to a young child, in another country, tell us how far she had to walk for water (8 miles altogether). We saw that it wasn't clean water either. Children were asked to draw or write a thought or prayer about those who do not have clean water. Some fabulous work was done. We then dropped our thoughts and prayers into water whilst thinking about those people less fortunate.

Prayer Spaces for RE - We watched and listened to a young child, in another country, tell us how far she had to walk for water (8 miles altogether). We saw that it wasn't clean water either. Children were asked to draw or write a thought or prayer about those who do not have clean water. Some fabulous work was done. We then dropped our thoughts and prayers into water whilst thinking about those people less fortunate.   1
Prayer Spaces for RE - We watched and listened to a young child, in another country, tell us how far she had to walk for water (8 miles altogether). We saw that it wasn't clean water either. Children were asked to draw or write a thought or prayer about those who do not have clean water. Some fabulous work was done. We then dropped our thoughts and prayers into water whilst thinking about those people less fortunate.   2
Prayer Spaces for RE - We watched and listened to a young child, in another country, tell us how far she had to walk for water (8 miles altogether). We saw that it wasn't clean water either. Children were asked to draw or write a thought or prayer about those who do not have clean water. Some fabulous work was done. We then dropped our thoughts and prayers into water whilst thinking about those people less fortunate.   3
Prayer Spaces for RE - We watched and listened to a young child, in another country, tell us how far she had to walk for water (8 miles altogether). We saw that it wasn't clean water either. Children were asked to draw or write a thought or prayer about those who do not have clean water. Some fabulous work was done. We then dropped our thoughts and prayers into water whilst thinking about those people less fortunate.   4

In Science we are learning about the benefit of exercise. Children planned their own workouts to exercise the whole of their bodies. They did a great job using lots of different ideas - throwing and catching beanbags, hula hoop skipping, hopping, jumping, star jumps, dancing and running!

Newcastle United Academy have been coming in to teach agility, balance and coordination skills. Have a look at some of the children enjoying different games.

Pirate Day - HAPPY pirates & FIERCE pirates. SHIVER MY TIMBERS!

Pirate Day - HAPPY pirates & FIERCE pirates.                                                   SHIVER MY TIMBERS! 1
Pirate Day - HAPPY pirates & FIERCE pirates.                                                   SHIVER MY TIMBERS! 2

Our TOPIC work on ALL ABOUT ME led us to create our own 'Family Trees'. Thank you to all our parents who helped to fill these in at home.

Our TOPIC work on ALL ABOUT ME led us to create our own 'Family Trees'.  Thank you to all our parents who helped to fill these in at home. 1

Our OUTSIDE LEARNING board in the hall. We made our own NATURAL ABC ...

Our OUTSIDE LEARNING board in the hall.  We made our own NATURAL ABC ... 1

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