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The children in Oakmere thoroughly enjoyed learning about the Jewish Festival Sukkot and helped to build a whole school Sukkah.

This week the children have learnt a lot about the Jewish festival Sukkot, the meaning behind the festival and how Jewish people celebrate and why. They enjoyed building a whole school Sukkah and went on to write some brilliant sentences about what they had learnt.

In Literacy, we have continued to develop our phonic knowledge, how to write sentences properly and how to use adjectives. They have been using their new found knowledge when planning a descriptive piece of writing about a setting of a cave. They will continue with this next week and apply their knowledge to descriptive writing about bears.

In maths, we have focused on counting backwards both orally, ordering number cards and writing numerals from 30 -0, some extended to 50-0. Next week we will be looking in more detail at one more, one less, partitioning tens and ones and missing number problems.

In science, we have been labelling parts of the body and in Topic we have looked at the world map and the children have located countries on the map. We then looked at Egypt in more detail and the map of Egypt. They located the River Nile, Luxor and Cairo.

The children who took part in the football competition did themselves and Delamere proud and won many matches and a fantastic trophy!

Well done Oakmere!

Have a lovely weekend

Miss Walker and Mr Ashworth




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