Birch Class News
Spring Term 2020
For the majority of children we were teaching remotely. This involved a daily English and Maths live lesson as well as one other live lessons focusing on a range of other topics such as French, RE, History, Geography and Science. We also celebrated Wellbeing Wednesday where all children tried to spend the day off the screen focusing on their wellbeing. We are so proud of all families and children for their resilience during this time.
Some wonderful work was completed during this time.
Autumn Term 2020
In Birch Class, we have achieved so much in the autumn term! Our key topic has been the Stone Age. We learned all about what it was like to live in the Stone Age. We have written about a book called Stone Age Boy, in which a boy travels back in time to the Stone Age. Drawing pictures, we made story maps and using actions we created chunks of the book!
During Black History Month, we made art in the style of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Birch Class have become master coders in Computing, debugging algorithms with ease!
In Maths, the children have been using the column method for addition and subtraction, so they are brilliant at exchanging! An important moment for us during the term was celebrating Vision Day. We represented following in God’s footsteps by colouring in yellow footprints.
Autumn Term 2019
Birch class have gone to Waltham Abbey as we learnt about the Stone Age through to the Iron Age. We have learnt about Nutrients that animals including humans need as well as the scientific names of bones. In Literacy we wrote our own stories based on the Iron Man by Ted Hughes and in Maths we have been learning to add and subtract 3 digit numbers. In RE we have been learning about the Holy Trinity and in PSHE we are learning about what makes a good friend.
Summer Term 2019
This term Birch class have performed an outstanding performance all about the Romans.
We created amazing artwork about space and performed at the Proms at St Jude’s.
Spring Term 2019
This term Birch Class have;
Adopted a panda in China who's name is Mei Meng (meaning sweet dreams). Studied nutrition and what it means to have a balanced diet. We have learned about our skeleton, muscles and joints. We have built pyramids in maths (cross-curricular) and studied hieroglyphs.
Autumn Term 2018
Birch Class are learning about the Stone Age and have made their own Stone Age tools. In Science they learnt about the three different types of rocks and how they are formed, then finished off by making their own rocks out of chocolate!