To help us remember the days of the week.
To help us with subtraction
Congratulations to our two winners of the Toy Dictionary Challenge.
With only two entries, each received two prizes.
Well done Guys!
A few pages from the dictionaries.
This week we are using Lego to build and make constructions, buildings and much more. But do you know where Lego comes from, what the name means and what it was first made of?
Watch the clip and find out a lot more.
Don't forget that toy dictionaries are to be brought to school by Friday 22nd February to earn its own toy prize for its author. Have fun, be creative and get a toy of your own!!!
Today Class Hughes took part in the sponsored event- "Sports for Schools". We all completed a circuit of keep fit activities, including spotty dogs, leg jumps, press ups and star jumps. Even Mrs Ross and Mrs Rushbrooke gave it a go!
After the event we were introduced to Roy Turnham and his dog Pudsey. Roy is a footballer who has competed in many games, including playing for GB at the Paralympic games in London in 2012. Team GB finished 7th. Roy explained how he always loved sport, especially football and even though he is blind, never thought he could not play football, nor that he could never play for his country. He explained anyone can do anything, as long as you work hard, believe in your self and never give up. A real inspiring talk. Thank you Roy.
Now its our turn. Sponsorship forms and money can be brought in any time from now to Monday 22nd February. Monies raised will go to sports charities and buying the school sports equipment. Plus every child has the chance to receive "sports for Schools" goodies.
This toy challenge is a big one- Make your own toy dictionary!!! Using either the template below or one designed at home, cut out/draw a toy picture for all the letters of the alphabet. All dictionaries brought to school by Friday 22nd February will earn its own toy prize for its author. Have fun, be creative and get a toy of your own!!!
Thank you to those who were able to join us this afternoon to learn about and have a go first hand with spelling, grammar and punctuation in the Reception class.
Here is the powerpoint presentation used to explain what spelling, grammar and punctuation looks like for us in Class Hughes..
Any questions just pop in and ask.
Written by Miss Rushbrooke and the children in Class Hughes.