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Weekly Update - 6th May 2021

Miss Oates - 06 May 2021

Hello everyone, 

It has been another chilly week with very unusual weather. This has been brilliant for our weather observations and has provoked lots of talk and discussions. Luckily, it has not stopped our gardening efforts either. The children are checking on these daily and monitoring the changes...everything is growing well and we have even started to see growth from the potatoes. Our next job is to cover these with compost again to encourage growth. We have also now enjoying some new flowers in our classroom. We have been learning what plants need to grow and therefore the children are responsible for looking after these and keeping them alaive - all is going well so far! 

We have changed our fitness activities around this week after some inspiration from Mrs Taylor. We have chosen to practise some football kicking skills around the field. It is exhausting espcially as the field is on a hill but it hs been great fun and great for our fitness development. 

This week we have continued reflecting upon what it means to 'belong' in our RE lessons. We have learnt about what belonging means to us, Christians and Muslims. We have looked at welcoming a baby into a religion and what the traditions show and mean. The children have made me so proud when reflecting up this learning. 

We are working hard in developing our vocaubulary which means lots of drama and talk. We have pretended to be Syd and Grandad on the island and got up to lots of fun whilst staying on the island...climbing the tallest trees, diving in the deepest rivers and playing with the cheekiest monkeys! Have a look at some of our drama photos below. 

Next week is mental health awareness week. This is something we prioritise through everything we do at Kirkby Malzeard but next week we will be highlighting it further to ensure the importance is seen. This year's theme is 'nature' and so we will be taking part in learning that supports us in feeling connected to nature and and how this can improve our wellbeing. There are lots of resources on our school website if you want to promote this at home as well. 

Our shining like stars have contiued this week. Lots of our stars are received for engagement in learning and challneging ourselves. Some examples of our shining like stars this week are...working together as a team to check if our writing is successful and editing to improve; careful and focused maths work; fabulous effort and determination with our handwriting; explaining and discussions around our 'beautiful mistakes' in learning. Here are some photos showing some of these...

 
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