Golden Eagle (Archive)
As a class reward, the children have chosen to have a water fun activity.
Weather permitting, the water fun activity will take place on Monday afternoon.
Please could the children bring in
- a small water gun or two for sharing
- spare t-shirt
- spare shorts
- spare underwear
all in a named plastic bag.
The water fun activity will be rescheduled for another day if it rains.
As part of the entertainment for the Summer Fair, Year 3 will be performing a dance in the main arena.
To enhance the dancing please could the children wear any blue denim trousers, shorts or skirts and either a yellow, orange or red top with no large logos. In addition, the children may wear ribbons, headbands or caps in these bright colours.
Thank you for your support. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday.
Mrs Hajisavvi & Mrs Chudley
Homework 13th March
Half Term Homework - Humble apologies. Due to the excitement of Cross Country, the children did not take home their Homework books. Please find spelling list attached. Children should practise all their tables for a mixed test on 23.2.17. Children could also practise ordering fractions. Hope you have a lovely Half Term. Best wishes Mrs Hajisavvi
Well done, Landon!
Tuesday 18th October
Egyptian Workshop by Portals to the Past
Don't forget to come to school wearing your Ancient Egyptian or Archaeologist costume.
We are looking forward to having a fun day!
Homework - Week beginning 17.10.16
Homework Week beginning 3.10.16
Please can you bring in shoe box with a lid for our Science lesson on Thursday 22nd September.
Stunning Starter - Golden Eagles had great fun wrapping each other up as Ancient Egyptian Mummies.
We have been thinking about how we will behave and have created our Class Charter.
We are Golden Eagles and we will always be kind and look smart.
We will be quiet and focussed when we work.
We will be thoughtful, truthful and share.
We will always be friendly, polite and helpful.
Autumn Term 2016 Termly Overview
For our Road to Rio Carnival Day (12/7/16), please wear red and/ or yellow clothing (a T-shirt/top is fine).
Our maths for the week beginning 4th July:
- Using knowledge of number bonds to solve missing number problems
- Balancing number sentences
- Using reasoning skills to explain if the given answer is right or wrong
In maths for the week beginning 27th June we will be:
- measuring objects and distances in cm and m
- estimating distances and measurements
- comparing measurements
- reading clocks, digital and analogue, to the nearest five minutes
- telling the time ten minutes later
SSM Year 2 Homework Week Beginning 13.6.2016
Read every night. Make predictions about what might happen next.
Year 2 maths workout book, measuring problems, pages 21 and 23.
Bubble Burst 2.30 on Active Learn Primary
Project 4 Title:__________________________
Project 4 is due in Wednesday 15th June.
Parental Comment (Pupil’s response)
Reading should take place daily for 10 to 15 minutes.
This must always be recorded in your reading journal.
Multiplications tables should take place for 10 mins
on a regular basis each week.
You should spend a total of one hour over the week on the rest of your homework.
Homework should be returned each Wednesday.
Victorian Playground Games
Our maths for the week beginning 9th May:
- We will revisit a range of different maths skills, including time, shape and money.
Our maths for the week beginning 3rd May:
- We will use our mental and written skills to solve a range of calculations.
- We will put our brains to the test, solving mathematical problems through reasoning
Aar! Pirate Games!
Golden Eagle's Stunning Pirate Starter!
Our maths for the week beginning 15th April:
- Data handling - both reading and interpreting data in various forms (such as bar graphs, tables, etc.)
- Using our calculation skills to solve problems
Our maths for the week beginning 14th March:
- Reading the time on the clock to the nearest 5 minutes
- Solving problems involving time
- Reading timetables and schedules
Our maths for the week beginning 7th March:
- Comparing the capacities of containers
- Reading scales in divisions of ones, twos, fives and tens
- Comparing weights using balances
- Reading the time to the nearest five minutes
Our maths for the week beginning 29th February:
- Using multiplication
- Identifying key vocabulary when problem solving
- Placing halves on a number line
- Using mixed numbers to sequence halves and quarters
Shenfield library are displaying some of our Aztec inspired art work
Our maths for the week beginning 8th February:
- Doubling and halving numbers
- Finding 1/2 of a shape or number, then 1/4 and 3/4
- Finding 1/3 and 2/3 of a shape or number
Our maths for the week beginning 1st February:
- Comparing and ordering numbers on a number line, a hundred square and using < >
- Using data to answer questions and recording data in different formats
Our maths for the week beginning 25th January:
- Identifying the properties of 3D shapes
- Telling the time with a focus on quarter to, quarter past and five minute intervals
Golden Eagle Spring Homework Menu
Our maths for the week beginning 18th January:
- Finding the difference between two numbers
- Giving change from 2-digit numbers, including £10 and £20
- Adding two 2-digit numbers
Our Stunning Starter was chocolate tasting!
Our maths for the week beginning 11th January:
- Revising number bonds to 10
- Bridging 10 to perform additions
- Using number facts to find the complement to ten
- Finding a difference between two numbers by counting on
Our maths until Christmas will be:
- Adding and using 2s, 5s and 10s
- Christmas shopping problem solving
- Finding patterns and completing sequences
The children have now all been given their parts for our Christmas nativity, Little Angel Gets Her Wings.
Could you please endeavour to provide a costume for your child and send it into school on Thursday 10th December in a named carrier bag or on a named coat hanger.
If you have any problems, or if your child is unsure about their role, please speak to me on the playground after school.
Golden Eagle's Great Fire of London Assembly
Our maths for the week beginning 23rd November:
- Adding and subtracting two 2-digit numbers
- Adding three or more numbers
- Using doubles and near doubles to perform additions
Our maths for the week beginning 15th November:
- Describing position using directional language
- Estimating, comparing and measuring the length of objects
Our maths for the week beginning 9th November:
- Adding and subtracting multiples of 10 to and from any 2-digit number
- Adding and subtracting 11, 12, 21 and 22
Thank you to all the parent helpers who joined us today!
The children had a really fun day as they learnt about life around the time of the Great Fire and investigated how we know about it today.
Take a look at the slide show below to see the children engaged in their learning and looking the part!
We have been learning a special prayer in sign language - can you tell what prayer it is?
Our maths for the week beginning 19th October:
- Identifying quadrilaterals and regular and irregular 2D shapes
- Finding lines of symmetry
- Sorting shapes by their properties
Our maths for the week beginning 12th October:
- Locating numbers on a numberline
- Using the < > = signs
- Finding 1 more and 1 less
- Finding 10 more and 10 less
Suggestions for Great Fire of London costumes
Find a poem that you would like to read or perform to the class. You may wish to draw a picture about the poem to share. (You do not need to memorise the poem.)
Challenge – can you find a poem about Fire? (Don’t worry if you can’t.)
For the week beginning Monday 5th October, we will be:
- sorting 2D shapes according to a range of properties, such as symmetry, right angles, number of sides, etc
- using Venn diagrams & two-way Carroll diagrams
- investigating 2D shapes that tessellate
We are learning a Harvest poem:
Plant Four Rows of Peas (Badger class)
1. Peace of community
2. Peace of world
3. Peace of mind
4. Peace of spirit
Plant Four Rows of Squash (Golden Eagle class)
1. Squash gossip
2. Squash greed
3. Squash ignorance
4. Squash selfishness
Plant Four Rows of Lettuce (Badger class)
1. Lettuce be hardworking
2. Lettuce be kind
3. Lettuce be patient
4. Lettuce really love one another
Plant Three Rows of Turnips (Golden Eagle class)
1. Turnip for school
2. Turnip to garden
3. Turnip to help one another
Plant Three Rows of Thyme (Badger & Golden Eagle classes)
1. Thyme for each other
(Badger: Thyme… Golden Eagle: for each other)
2. Thyme for family
(Badger: Thyme… Golden Eagle: for family)
3. Thyme for friends
(Badger: Thyme… Golden Eagle: for friends)
For the week beginning 28th September in maths we will be:
- Doubling numbers to double 15
- Using number bonds to solve problems
- Looking for patterns in number bonds
Making our Bog Baby homes
Next week in maths:
- Number bonds to 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 and corresponding subtractions
- Multiple of 10s number bonds to 100
- Number bonds to 20 using knowledge of number bonds to 10
Searching for settings
This term we are learning about...
Shenfield holiday project. If you would like to take part in this whole school project please do.
Oliver and Ben have looked after their peas they planted at Hyde Hall. We wonder how big they will grow.
Great team work for these two boys. Well done!
This weeks awards
Our pictures we made from exploring our gardens following example of Charles Darwin explorations.
Year 1 had two special visitors on Friday.
They spoke to the children about their job and the different vehicles they use. Importantly, they spoke to the children about how to get help in an emergency and how to make a 999 call and the importance of knowing their address.