2 Sycamore Category

KS1 School Games Day

On Tuesday 18th June, we held our annual KS1 Games Day. We were very lucky with the weather, with the sun shining all morning. It was a fantastic day, with the pupils performing brilliantly. They displayed determination, perseverance and a great amount of effort.

Sycamore Sunflower Planting

Today in Forest School, Sycamore class helped to plant sunflower seeds. This is part of our plants topic in Science. We will be watering our seeds and seeing how they grow each week. We will be recording what we observe in our plant diaries.

Pancake Day!

Today Sycamore enjoyed eating pancakes in class. We tried different toppings such as lemon and sugar, golden syrup and chocolate spread. Thank you to Miss McAuley, they were really delicious! Chocolate spread was the overall favourite!

Sycamore Book Sharing

Sycamore class were very excited to share their books this week with the children in Oak class. They have written explanation texts linked to the book, ‘Monsters An Owners Guide’ by Johnathan Emmett. The children read their guides to the Year 5/6 children and then showed them their beautiful illustrations.

Titanic Role-play

Children in Sycamore class have been enjoying creating play in our Titanic role play.

Sycamore Athletics Competition

Well done to Sycamore who competed in an Athletics competition this Tuesday at Laureate Academy. The children enjoyed trying out new sporting activities and practising skills in areas such as throwing, aiming and jumping. We look forward to finding out our overall position very soon.

Buddy reading

In 6 Oak we are practicing are performance reading. The children have prepared questions about their book and have rehearsed reading it so they can engage the younger children.

KS1 Open Morning

Thank you to all the parents who attended our KS1 open morning today. We hope you enjoyed playing our Maths games and finding out what we have been learning in class this term.

Take one Picture: ‘The Spirit of Christmas’

The children have worked so hard for our ‘Take one Picture’ project and the work they have produced is fantastic. Thank you to everyone who came to have a look at our exhibition of work. If you missed it, here are some photos of everyone’s efforts.

Lest we forget

This year is the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. To commemorate this, we had a whole school assembly with singing from the whole school. They sang “We Remember”, ” Pack up your Troubles” and “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary”.  Out KS2 choir sang “In Flanders Fields”. We had a […]