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The children in Oakmere have had a busy week finishing descriptive writing, solving problems linked to one more and one less and learning about rugby from the USA Sevens Rugby team.

The whole school was so excited to meet the USA Sevens Rugby team and listen to what they had to say about their sport in a special assembly and then to watch them train on the school field. That was definitely a special treat!

In literacy the children have focused on sentence structure, capital letters and full stops and they have worked hard to include their knowledge in their writing. The focus again this week has been adjectives; what they are and how they are used in descriptive writing. The writing produced has been brilliant. Well done!

In maths the children have focused on solving problems relating to one more, one less than a number to 30 and some extended to 50. They have also focused on number formation and writing numerals to 50. 

This week in science we have looked at the 5 senses and which part of the body is associated with which sense. The children have thought about how they use their senses on a daily basis. In topic we have compared the similarities and differences between the U.K and Egypt. Next week we will be exploring Ancient Egyptian clothes and Egyptian art. We also went out and explored art in the forest during forest skills and learning outside the classroom. 

Oakmere have their art day on Monday, if the children could please bring in a spare old t-shirt or shirt then that would be a great help. Thank you

P.s- We would be extremely grateful if anyone has any spare tights, socks or underwear that we could use as spare clothes in the ark. If you do could you please bring them in and give them to either myself or Miss Hume. Thank you in advance.


Have a lovely weekend

Thank you for your continual support

Miss Walker and Mr Ashworth

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