Year 1 - Ms Kaur

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Jurassic Year 1

18 Sep 2019

It has been very exciting week this week, a DINOSAUR came and created havoc in our classroom, leaving a trail of destruction: tables flipped over, chairs upside down and tubs and books scattered over the floor. The children were amazing and remained calm and investigated what happened. They have focused on writing up their observations. However, it also left something behind....
In Maths, children have been focusing on their counting skills and representing numbers in different forms.

Just to clarify that loose spelling sheet in a table grid does not have to be returned, as this is a copy for you to keep and practise at home.

For our Trip to Barleylands we need volunteers if you are able to help please let me know, its a great trip that children thoroughly enjoy. 

  -Spellings wk 2 2019.pdf-  

  -Barleylands 2019.pdf-  

  -Barleylands packed lunch letter.pdf-  

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Dylan loved the dinosaur visiting and finding the egg! I am able to help for the trip.
Mrs Susan Martin - 19 Sep 2019 - 20:04
‘Dinosaur Planet’, Incorporating the students input by letting them create their own version of the ‘Lost world of Dinosaurs’ is the best way to make the topic interactive. ‘Dinosaur’ in the classroom! must have been a ‘stimulation key’ to the brains of our little champs. Thank you Ms Kaur and Miss N Church.
Mr Ajit Singh - 25 Sep 2019 - 20:32
“Project based learning’’ Simulation of Dinosaur age was a great idea! The best part was ‘Dinosaur Egg’ Smart way of teaching ‘Geology and Evolution‘ Good Job. MS kaur.
Mrs Roopdeep Takkar - 25 Sep 2019 - 20:37
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