Angles and geometric reasoning in maths
Maths particularly playing maths games and Fizz Buzz
A.R. and being more motivated
Making books with the Grasshoppers
Play, Like, Share resources on E-Safety
Scratch computer programming
End of year party
Art and making things like calendars and cards
Football and netball festival
DT – water filters and trading game
Sitting volley balls
Football with Mark.
There were also many things that the Beetles felt that they had got better at including:
developing skills to help with spelling and remembering them long term
not falling out with friends so often
enjoying guitar practice
playing with children from different classes
not being as annoying (their words!)
The children wrote a thoughtful Christmas poem on Monday with Mrs Bayly which they performed in Church on Friday.
Hark! We angels proclaimed the angelic birth
of the holy King.
These great songs ring out,
that we will forever sing.
We saw the baby cradled in a manger,
Mary by his side,
Where heaven and earth now collide.
We saw the Christ by heaven adored,
We saw the baby, the everlasting Lord.
Hark! Shepherds watch their flock by moonlight,
scanning the horizon at dead of night.
Their eyes open and their mouths gaping wide,
they saw the angels descend
surrounded by a ray of light.
Hark! Clip, clop,
off rode the donkey on his quest,
he and his passengers travelled from afar
for many miles and many days
precious burden he did carry.
Clip clop, stop.
In Bethlehem they came to rest.
Hark! Sorry, we are all full up!
no room in our inn,
the only thing we have; a stable
you’re welcome to squeeze in!
Hark! We’re said to be the wisest men,
We’re headed up to Bethlehem,
Some star guided us to his arrival,
finding him will ensure mankind’s survival.
Hark! Laying in my mother’s arms,
so many pairs of starry eyes,
gazing softly upon my holy manger.
My mother whispers in my ear
I love you very much my dear.
The prophecies have said
a gift from God has led
to you the Saviour being born
upon this very dawn.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a peaceful New Year love Miss Philpott