Forest School Fun!

Forest School is underway for this year and Year 1 are having so much fun. We have been exploring the outdoors, problem solving, being creative, working as a team and keeping warm in the cold weather with a lovely cup of hot chocolate. Thank you to our grown ups for providing suitable clothes because having fun and being creative in Forest School means getting nice and messy!! Have a look at what we have been up to...

We are builders!!

The children in Willow class worked with a partner or in a team of 3 to make a house for The Three Little Pigs because they had written to us to ask for our help. The children then looked at all the models and chose their favourite, giving a reason for their choice.

Marvellous Maths in Willow

The children in willow class have enjoyed using a range of resources to make patterns and numbers in different ways. They explored using the greater than and less than sign to compare numbers.

Road Safety in Year One

Year One really enjoyed working with a Cross Right trainer. They practised crossing the road safely and had the opportunity to share their super knowledge about Road Safety.

PE Superstars in Chestnut

In our PE lessons this term we are looking at developing our social skills. Our learning goals for this term are: ALL of us can work sensibly with others. MANY of us can work sensibly with others, by sharing space and equipment. SOME of us can praise others. We are discussing and exploring together on how we can develop our knowledge and skills to meet our learning goals. Our fundamental physical skill for the next 3 weeks is Jumping and landing, we are exploring on how we can jump and land safely, aswell as how we maintain our balance when we land. We will be working together to complete three coloured challenges which will help us develop our jumping and landing technique. The order of the

Pine's PE Superstars

In our PE lessons this term we are looking at developing our social skills. Our learning goals for this term are: ALL of us can work sensibly with others. MANY of us can work sensibly with others, by sharing space and equipment. SOME of us can praise others. We are discussing and exploring together on how we can develop our knowledge and skills to meet our learning goals. Our fundamental physical skill for the next 3 weeks is Jumping and landing, we are exploring on how we can jump and land safely, aswell as how we maintain our balance when we land. We will be working together to complete three coloured challenges which will help us develop our jumping and landing technique. The order of the

PE Superstars in Beech Class

In our PE lessons this term we are looking at developing our social skills. Our learning goals for this term are: ALL of us can work sensibly with others. MANY of us can work sensibly with others, by sharing space and equipment. SOME of us can praise others. We are discussing and exploring together on how we can develop our knowledge and skills to meet our learning goals. Our fundamental physical skill for the next 3 weeks is Jumping and landing, we are exploring on how we can jump and land safely, aswell as how we maintain our balance when we land. We will be working together to complete three coloured challenges which will help us develop our jumping and landing technique. The order of the

Sycamore's PE Superstars

In our PE lessons this term we are looking at developing our social skills. Our learning goals for this term are: ALL of us can work sensibly with others. MANY of us can work sensibly with others, by sharing space and equipment. SOME of us can praise others. We are discussing and exploring together on how we can develop our knowledge and skills to meet our learning goals. Our fundamental physical skill for the next 3 weeks is Jumping and landing, we are exploring on how we can jump and land safely, aswell as how we maintain our balance when we land. We will be working together to complete three coloured challenges which will help us develop our jumping and landing technique. The order of the

Elm's PE Superstars

In our PE lessons this term we are looking at developing our social skills. Our learning goals for this term are: ALL of us can work sensibly with others. MANY of us can work sensibly with others, by sharing space and equipment. SOME of us can praise others. We are discussing and exploring together on how we can develop our knowledge and skills to meet our learning goals. Our fundamental physical skill for the next 3 weeks is Jumping and landing, we are exploring on how we can jump and land safely, aswell as how we maintain our balance when we land. We will be working together to complete three coloured challenges which will help us develop our jumping and landing technique. The order of the

Cross the Right Way...

Over the past few weeks in school we have all been learning how to stay safe when we are out and about and how to cross the road in the correct way. Jude Lennon came and told us how Super Bob helps grown ups to park safely and Cross Right told us how bright clothes and holding hands can help to keep safe by the road, especially now it is getting dark earlier.

Investigating Non-Fiction Texts

Chestnut have been working hard writing questions, fact finding and creating fact files for all kinds of topics. We have particularly enjoyed finding out about fantastic women from the past, including Amelia Earhart and Marie Curie. Ask us a question, give us a quiz and let us show you what we know...

Vincent van Gogh

One of Chestnut's 'Favourite Five' books was a non-fiction fact book all about the life of Vincent van Gogh. We found his life fascinating and wanted to find out more. Some of us went home and found out more about him. We wrote questions about what we would like to know and then we found out the answers. We all loved his masterpiece 'Starry Night' so much that we wanted to create our own masterpieces. Some of us used paint and some of us used pastels.

Chestnut's challenging Maths...

We have been busy in Chestnut! Over the past half term we have been busy investigating number bonds to 10 and 20, counting in multiples of 2, 5 and 10, partitioning numbers into tens and ones, adding two digit numbers and subtracting two digit numbers. Take a look...

Reception have been on a bear hunt!

This week we have continued our fascination with bears, and have been reading the book- We're going on a bear hunt Look how busy we have been as we explored the story…

Early Mark Making

During our first week back after the October half-term, we have challenged the children to mark make with the goal of writing our name. As we have been working on our fine motor skills already, many of the children love the extra challenge of writing something meaningful. We are reminding the children of how to hold their pencil correctly and that copying our name is the first step beofre they can do it independently. After finding their own name, they sit or stand and that's when the writing starts!

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45-65 Leyfield Road

West Derby

Liverpool
Merseyside

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