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Robins

Welcome to Robins!

 

We are Reception and Year 1 children, our teacher is Mrs West who is supported by Miss Riddler, Mrs Coupland, Mrs McDonald and Miss Tobin.

 

Welcome to the Robins Class of 2018. 

 

Easter egg decorating competition

28/3/2019.   Reverend Shiela came into Robins to read a Bible story to the class about The Last Supper.  The children shared the bread and grape juice as Reverend Shiela read the story to the children.  Thank you Reverend Shiela, we look forward to you coming to see us again.

The Last Supper

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Robins class assembly........

Wow what a amazing day. The children sang and used their Makaton signing. We sold cakes after and we raised a staggering £269 for the Downs Syndrome Society. Thank you so much for all your support.

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We had our first visitor to the Robins class to read 'Room on the broom' . The children enjoyed sharing their ideas about the story and could answer lots of questions.Thank you Mrs Roe.

Robins Reading

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Thank you to Miss Scott for sharing "There is plenty of love to go around" , Robins enjoyed listening to a new author.

Thank you to Miss Scott for sharing "There is plenty of love to go around" , Robins enjoyed listening to a new author. 1

Robins notices

 

 

 * Every Wednesday we will now be going into our woodland area. Please can you send your child with wellies and waterproof clothing.

                " There's no such thing as bad weather- only the wrong clothes!"

 

 

 

 

7/3/19 World Book Day - making book marks, acrostic poems about the weather and finger puppets to make up our own stories.

7/3/19 World Book Day - making book marks, acrostic poems about the weather and finger puppets to make up our own stories. 1
7/3/19 World Book Day - making book marks, acrostic poems about the weather and finger puppets to make up our own stories. 2

Wind Powered Vehicles 

 

Our wind powered vehicles are nearly completed.  After designing our vehicles, then painted and added detail onto them.  Most of us have completed the tricky task of sawing the wood and using the hot glue gun. Our last thing to do is to add our sails and then we will finally be able to test them out.

 

 

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4/2/19 Chinese New Year

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RSPB Bird Watch 25/1/19

 

Following Robins making fat balls for the birds we all went on the RSPB big bird watch. First we went looking for bugs and insects and discussed how the birds would be able to find the food. Many of the children were happy to hold the bugs helping them have a closer look at them. We then 'tried' to stay quiet to watch which birds came to visit the woodland area.

RSPB Bird Watch

24/1/19 Making carrot fries for snack

24/1/19 Making carrot fries for snack 1 Preparing the carrots to make carrot fries.
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24/1/19 Making carrot fries for snack 3
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24/1/19 Making carrot fries for snack 6 All cooked and ready to eat...yummy yummy!
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24/1/19 Making carrot fries for snack 8
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Dear Parents/Carers

If you would like to support your child/ren in their understanding of spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG), I would like to recommend downloading the  'SPaG Gold' app. They may practise wherever you go- such fun!

It can be bought from the Apple store from £3.99 and is published by Pearson.

SPaG Gold is aimed at year 6 and lower KS3

SPaG Silver-  years 3,4,5

SPaG Bronze- KS1

 

Other Apps. are available too! Try the Educational App Store.

Music and Movement

 

 

The Robins have enjoyed the start of our topic on weather. We have had lots of discussions about the different types of weather. Today we created a movement routine in the theme of water and rain. We have also composed a piece of music in small groups to show how music can represent the types of weather.

11/1/19 - Making weather mobiles...

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We had a great time in the Woodland area making wings for our class fairy 'Rainbow'

What we are learning about in the Autumn Term 2018 ...

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