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  • Chinese New Year dsc01810

    This week Diamond class have celebrated Chinese New Year. We had a fantastic day full of Tai Chi, calligraphy, fan dancing and food tasting. The children all enjoying learning to speak Chinese and can now say hello and count to ten. Everyone loved having a try of our fantastic home-made spring rolls and had fun practicing eating with chop sticks. Happy year of the Pig!

  • Teeth dsc00128

    This term our topic is burps, bottoms and bile. To start off our topic we have been learning about the the names and functions of teeth. The children then looked at what teeth they had and what teeth they have lost. We will be learning all about how to keep our teeth healthy.

  • Roman Day dsc01786

    This term Diamond class have been learning all about the Romans. To celebrate the end of our topic Diamond and Quartz class came together for a Roman day. The children dressed up and were involved in making Celtic knots and creating their own version of Mount Vesuvius, we then used vinegar and bicarbonate of soda to see if we could make our volcanoes erupt. We had a fantastic day and it was a great way to finish our topic that we have all enjoyed!!

  • The Nowhere Emporium dsc01719

    The Nowhere Emporium is open for business. Bring your imagination.

    Diamond class were all very excited to start their new class book. We have already read chapter one and the children are excited to read what will happen. Before being gifted the book the children looked at just the front cover to see if we could see any clues about the book, the children were intrigued to learn that there were two front covers with this book. Miss Haines has created a beautiful book display for the children to fill with their wonderful work. Let’s see where the Nowhere Emporium will take us over the next half term.

  • The Christmas Truce dsc01690

    Today the whole school came together to mark 100 year since WW1 ended. The children reenacted the Christmas Truce, and taught the school all about where the different battles took place. We have spent the week learning all about the war and what life was like in the trenches. We wrote letters about ‘going over the top’ and have made poppies. We have also discussed how the impact of the war can still be felt today. The children have all worked really hard this week.

  • Corinium museum dsc01658

    Diamond class had a great time at the Corinium museum learning all about how the Romans invaded Britain and how Cirencester was the second largest Roman city. We traveled back to the age of Romans and played knuckle bones and dressed up in Roman clothes. Some of us were Roman farmers or Government officials. We learnt about the food that the Romans bought to Britain and how they protected their land. We then got to look around the museum. A great day!


  • Class Blog:


    • Spellings for Monday 4th February

      Miss Haines/ Mrs Bartlett’s spelling group: Night, tried, ride, fly, smell, put.

      Mrs Wakefield’s spelling group: Basically, frantically, comically, energetically, scientifically, terrifically, enthusiastically, perhaps, promise, purpose.

      Miss Nesbitt’s spelling group: Scheme, chorus, chemist, echo, ache, mechanic, stomach, chaos, anchor, character


    • Spellings

      To be tested on 28th January

      Miss Haines’ spelling group: See Meet each happy twist school

      Mrs Wakefield’s spelling group:

      Gently Simply Humbly Sensibly Horribly Possibly Terribly Responsibly Probably Woman

      Miss Nesbitt’s spelling group:

      Measure Treasure Pleasure Picture Creature Enclosure Nature Furniture Adventure Capture


    • 2 digit multiplied by one digit

      Last week Diamond class were learning how to multiply 2 digits by 1 digits. The class used the grid method and short multiplication for these questions. Ask your children which method they preferred and let them teach you how to use these methods. Keep practicing :)


    • Stratford park

      Look at this amazing birds nest our class made today!! Diamond class had a great morning walking around Stroud looking at animal habitats. We discussed what animals need to survive and why they choose to build their homes in particular places. Miss Nesbitt then challenged the class to build their own animal homes. It was brilliant to see the children working together and thinking about what they would need in their homes. We are looking forward to writing our animal fact files.


    • Problem solving

      Have a go at our problem solving involving money!! Try and use some real money to make the question easier.


    • Diamond treat day

      Please remember that Diamond class will be having their treat day Thursday 20th December- children are to bring in a toy!


    • Topic day letter for Quartz and Diamond class

      Your child should bring home a letter this week explaining all about our Topic day taking place next Wednesday!


    • Flowers

      This term we have been learning about flowers and plants in science. The children have learnt all about how flowers adapt to survive, how plants grow and spread their seeds and all about photosynthesis. The children have used their scientific knowledge to make some beautiful art in the style of flowers. Some of the children took inspiration from Monet.


    • Maths

      Miss Nesbitt it super proud of how hard everyone has been working in Maths. We have been learning how to add and subtract up to four digit numbers using column addition and subtraction. Lots of the children found this very difficult in the first lesson but have worked hard and are now much more confident. Next week we will be learning how to use borrowing in more difficult subtraction question. Keep up the hard work diamond class!


    • Swimming

      Diamond class are swimming this half term, starting October 31st. Please ensure your child brings their swimming kit in every Wednesday. Thank you


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