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Monthly Archives: September 2015
We visited the Yorkshire Museum to learn more about Stone Age Britain.
The children found an egg in the classroom and had to find out where it had come from and who it belonged to.
A box of bones was delivered to our class. We tried to work out which animals they could have come from!
We used our fingers and tweezers to investigate dinosaur poo. We worked out that the poo with bones in came from carnivores and the poo with plants came from herbivores.
Andy Goldsworthy is a British artist and sculptor who creates huge pieces of land art in the environment, using all natural objects such as pebbles, twigs, branches, pine cones, mud, leaves and petals. He said “my remit is to work … Continue reading
We used our fingers and tweezers to investigate dinosaur poo. We worked out that the poo with bones in came from carnivores and the poo with plants in came from herbivores.
Class 1 Newsletter September 2015 Welcome to the start of the Autumn term. My name is Mrs Shuttleworth and I am the Class 1 teacher. The teaching assistant in our class is Mrs Noble. I would … Continue reading
September 2015 Dear Parent/Carer Welcome back! I hope you and the children have had a lovely summer holiday. Topic This half term we will be learning about the ‘Great Fire of London.’ Within this topic … Continue reading