Whitley And Eggborough Community Primary School

Oak Class

 

Half Term Information Sheet

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This terms's Special Mention

17th November 2017- Oscar for his effort and determination during maths this week, solving problems involving fractions. 

And Dylan for his mature attitude to all of his work this week, as a result he has produced some excellent pieces of work. 

10th of November 2017 -  Dylan Fairburn for his lovely work in literacy and mission.

3rd of November 2017 - Rosie Bell for her wonderful writing this week. Her bonfire poem is packed full of figurative language and is beautifully presented. 

20th October 2017- There will be no special mentions this week due to the harvest concert 

6th October 2017- Billy Howarth for having an excellent attitude towards all aspects of school life and trying 100% in all aspects of the curriculum. Billy also made a wonderful impression on some visitors in school by giving them a lovely answer.

29th September 2017- Harry for your excellent comprehension and language skills in guided reading.  Also a special mention to the whole Morpurgo group.

22nd September 2017- Mia and Ella for producing beautiful work of a very high standard.

15th September 2017- Darcey for never giving up with any aspect of her work, even when she's found it tricky at times.

9th September 2017- Christie for working incredibly hard in all aspects of his work this week and not giving up.

Lunchtime Award-  Darcey has impressed the lunch time assistants with her excellent manners and team work when playing football. 

Evie Horrigan- has impressed the lunch time assistants with her sportsmanship during football and her kind and caring nature. 

 Ellicia Fisher for supporting the lunch time assistants every day this week- such a big help!

This half term's CHAS

17th November 2017- Maria Sidebottom for ALWAYS being a kind, caring, helpful and sharing member of the class. Her behavior, attitude and manners are always exemplary. 

10th of November 2017 - Ashton Watling for his caring demeanor, always using lovely manners and being helpful in and outside of class.

3rd of November 2017 - Sam Mundy for his caring attitude towards his classmates. He has been a big help to Jake wh has fractured his wrist and is always on hand to help Mrs. Coventry and the other adults around school.

20th October 2017- There will be no CHAS this week due to the harvest concert 

6th October- Sam Richardson- Sam for always coming into school ready to learn and for trying so hard at everything he does. His manners are exemplary and he always produces work of a high standard. 

29th September 2017- Skye for helping younger children at playtime, and for including people in class who need a group to work with.

22nd September 2017- Saskia for always setting a wonderful example to everyone and always helping around school.  A real credit to our class!

15th September 2017- Sam M for always using his manners in and out of the classroom and supporting his peers.

9th September 2017- Jake Painter for being incredibly polite and showing real sportsmanship during P.E.

Last week's attendance

98.7%

Homework This is your child's mission possible homework booklet for autumn 1. The home learning activities are linked to the mission that your children will be focusing on and they will be carefully chosen to develop different skills in relation to a variety of curriculum subjects. 

Last week's attendance

 

What we've been doing this week

17th November

In Literacy, we have been looking at and writing winter poems- look out for them on our winter display soon! 

In Mission we have been researching the life of Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution. The children have also made a start making some fossils of their own. 

10th November

 In mission maths the children have been looking at the properties of 3D shapes and problem solving using nets. They've even made some 3D sculptures outside of the classroom. 

 

During Literacy the children have started reading descriptions and unpicking the language used to paint a vivid picture in the readers mind. Watch this space for our own amazing descriptions next week. 

 

In Mission the children have been finding out which countries produce what food, when it is harvested and how it is harvested. We couldn't believe how far some of our food has traveled. 

On Friday, the children had the opportunity to work with a French teacher from Snaith High School- they sang songs, played games and had a vocabulary shoot out! 

Wow moments!

20th October 2017-Bridget, Ella, Mia, Jake and Ben H for their amazing creative writing this week- they all used a range of figurative language and their presentation was beautiful. 

Christie for his effort and determination to complete his recipe for our class cook book- it sounds amazing! 

10th November 2017

Sam Mundy for supporting his peers in class- Sam has completed his own work to a high standard and then supported his classmates and shared his ideas. 

 All the children have started some amazing writing in literacy this week based on our mission work. We have some wonderful descriptive writing and I cant wait to see how they develop next week. Well done everyone! 

 

17th November 2017

Dylan, Oscar, Kaeden, Benjamin White, Bridget, Ella and Evie H for some amazing research about the different fossils found from the different eras. Their work was presented to such a high standard and full of of interesting facts.

Picture gallery

Key Stage 2 had a wonderful time at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park, we got up close to come of the animals we have been researching and met a conservation expert. 

One of our 3D structures
One of our 3D structures

Going hunting for writing ideas
Going hunting for writing ideas

Found some!
Found some!

During our French afternoon we played- Vocabulary shootout!
During our French afternoon we played- Vocabulary shootout!

French afternoon!
French afternoon!