welcome to Comets class

Our current topic is:  Where we live

autumn term

Comets class enjoyed building their houses this term. They thought carefully about which materials to use and even tested them to see which were waterproof. 

In history we made poppy pots to show remembrance.

Comets used learn pads to make firework pictures. They enjoyed editing and improving their work.

Lower school enjoyed a visit from firefighter Singhateh this week. He taught us about fire safety around bonfire night - he even got Mrs Conway involved! 

Comets, Rockets and Suns enjoyed a visit from the baker this week. He taught us how to make bread from scratch. We made bread hedgehogs and decorated them with raisins.

democracy day

On Thursday we wore red, white and blue for Democracy Day. We learnt about the importance of British Values and how to vote. We also wrote a letter to the Queen!

Comets enjoyed making fruit salad and learnt about the importance of eating a balanced diet.

In Maths this week we have been counting in multiples of 2 using objects and number lines for support. Some children used hundred squares and noticed patterns thinking about odd and even numbers.

where we live.

Comets have made a great start to their new topic 'Where we live.' On Wednesday we visited church and Rev. Ian gave a talk about 'what God is like.' On Friday we enjoyed a Peter Pan cinema afternoon for our Stunning Start and the children have now started to retell the story in English. In Maths we have been busy recognising and ordering numbers. The children took part in a number hunt on Thursday where they had to match numicon to the correct number.