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  • All together dsci27242

    Morning everyone. Hope you are all well. Please check the blog below, regularily, for updates and photos from friends. When lock down ends we will be together again.

  • Money dsci3297

    Today we started to learn about money. We need to recognise all the cooins up to £2.00 and understand their worth. It was very confusing because there are no 3p,4p,7p, or 9p so when we started adding numbers to shop for our fruit and milk, together, it was confusing. We had to pay with the right coins. some of us were cheeky and bought one then went back for the other.

  • Hedgehogs dsci3389

    We were very lucky to work alongside Stroud Valley in a Science project. We had to make a home for a toy hedgehog. We put a hot water bottle inside and left them whilst we had a hot chocolate. There was a control hedgehog left in the cold. Finally we felt our hidden hedgehog and the control one and guess what we discovered?

  • End of term picnic

    What a great term we have. We enjoyed our topic. Earned lots of house points and finished the term making our own bread, making a picnic and singing songs round the camp fire. Have a safe and fun break til we see you in November

  • balance dsci2992

    We have been finding out mass by balancing.

  • Diwali dsci3148

    Diwali is celebrated round the word by Hindus. It is special day of eating, lighting lamps, wearing new clothes and giving thanks. We made a curry, painted Rangoli patterns on our door mat and found out about Rama and Sita.

  • Greater than and less than greater

    Do you remember the greater than and less then signs. We do.

  • Speech bubbles dsci3095

    WE have been reading Jane Hissey’s Old Bear. We have been writing what the characters are saying to each other using speech bubbles.

  • Museum in the Park museum

    We have be so lucky to be leant a topic box from the Museum in the Park full of old toys, playground and home. We wore gloves to handle them and work out how they worked. We loved the new old playground games we learnt and have playe them lots ever since.
    Thanks Museum.

  • Amethyst class dsci2916

    Here’s a taste of what we have been doing.

  • Welcome meandmari

    Welcome back to school and welcome to Amethyst class. We are looking forward to meeting you tomorrow.

  • Look at us. dsci2724

    We have settled in well and are enjoying our topic.

  • cookery dsci2850

    This week we used knives and peelers for the first time. We peeled apples and made crumble. We cooked it in the oven then we ate it -yummy!

  • Class Blog:

    • world book day

      We had a lovely day. Our class used the book Alice in Wonderland as our focus. We played flamingo croquet, made Queen of heart tarts and looked at the Heart Art by Romero Britto. At the end of the day we had a Mad Hatters tea party. What a great day for all and such fun. Have a super Easter and we look forward to the next topic.

    • Skeletons

      We’ve had such a lovely week. very bust and active. We’ve been learning and applying our two times tables, using adjectives and writing stories. At forest school we made a life size skeleton of a Stegosaurus. Then found out what was known about them.

    • red nose day

      Thanks for all your donations. We had a great day carrying red noses on spoons, wearing red and designing and decorating red noses on biscuits!

    • Morning

      Morning everyone welcome to week 2. We had a great first week back, lots of smiles, lots of noise and fun activities alongside day to day teaching. It’s great having you all back with us.

    • Welcome back, welcome back.

      Dear Parent / Carers.

      Tomorrow your child will be returning to Amethyst class. We can’t wait to see you. The adults remain Me( Mrs Golding) ,Mrs Stening, Mrs Jefferies and Mrs Riordan.

      This timetable is subject to change due to the current circumstances . BUT normally On a daily basis your child will need Warm clothes, coat, hat and gloves, until the spring comes. PE kit needs to be joggers/leggings, t-shirt in house colours, trainers/daps, shorts, fleece or hoodie Book bags every day. Coats everyday – because we like to pop out and about. You are more than welcome to leave a spare coat in school

      This term Mon- PE ( PE kit and trainers). Everything named. Tues – Weds- Forest school (wellies and waterproofs all named). Thursday - Friday_ PE

      We look forward to seeing you all next week.

    • Morning

      It has been so lovely to see you this week either at Vinnie’s PE or on TEAMs. We are super excited to see you on Monday when we can be together again.

    • Morning

      Morning everyone. Great excitment in the Golding house. The bluetitis have been going into our nestbox.

      This week’s bird to spot is the blue tit. Unlike birds such as the flamingo, which get their feather colour from a pigment in their food, blue feathers are all to do with their structure. Tiny air pockets inside ‘blue’ feathers scatter light which makes them look blue. This is why if you’re ever lucky enough to find a blue feather that they seem to change colour when you change their angle to the light. Maybe if you see one you can send them to / add them to your tree at

    • Morning

      I hope you have all had a lovely weekend. What a difference the sun makes. I’m lucky enough to see you twice this week. For real with Vinnie on Tuesday 9.15 and Teams on Wednesday. Only a week more of home learning which I hope you will enjoy. Don’t forget Nessy. Send any pictures of what you have been doing. Take crae til then.

    • Morning

      Morning everyone. It’s Teams meeting today at 10am. looking forward to seeing you. Can you bring a pencil and paper. Don’t forget if you have a fossil to show bring it.

    • Morning

      Natural World Quizzes Take some natural world quizzes-

      Then create your own natural world quiz to share with your family or your class.

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