Oil slicks and a visit from Stuart!

Greetings Penguins!

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This week we were visited by what turned out to be a narwhal whale who had left her long tooth outside and retuned to claim it today after we found it for her! 

What kind of sea do narwhals live in? 

We were also visited by Stuart the minion who is very cheeky and made some rather rude noises (!) but was super fun and spending time with him in our groups gave us a good chance to work on our sharing skills 🙂 

We were fascinated to watch a video about oil slicks during our Big Talk time and learn more about how they affect so many things. 

Can you name 3 things affected by an oil slick? (birds, fish, fishermen, other sea creatures etc.) 

What new facts can you learn from the videos when you watch them? 

It will be Red Team‘s turn for Show and Tell on Friday (sorry last week on the blog I got in a bit of a muddle but Blue Team had their turn this week so Red’s is next). Have a wonderful weekend full of exploring, reading, writing, sleeping, eating, singing, dancing, playing, talking, homework and of course don’t forget to comment on the blog!

I look forward to seeing you again on Monday! Please bring trainers or plimsolls for outdoor PE! 🙂

Love,

Miss Linsley x

Onward our journey goes!

Greetings Penguins and welcome to our new blog…I filled our last blog address up with all those wonderful photos of you and information about our learning so now this is our new home 🙂 

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This week we have continued to learn and write about pirates and in maths we have been learning about positional language and some of us have been tackled the challenge that is co-ordinates

Can you describe where 3 items in the room are using positional language?

E.g. The plant is next to the fruit bowl

This week also had a very special day – International Women’s Day. In class we discussed the importance of treating everyone the same, as we are all equal. We talked about how women all over the world – even in our own country! – aren’t always treated equally and how we must do our part to make sure we make things better.

Can you remember one of the ways in which women are not treated equally?

Remember even if you are a boy this affects you too – don’t we all have the right to be treated equally? Wouldn’t the world be happier if we are all treated equally? Doesn’t your mum, grandma, sister or other important female adult deserve to be treated equally and with respect

Watch the video below. What do you think of Eva? What do you think of Jude?

Don’t forget to keep practising for our assembly which is on Friday!

Adults it would be great to see as many of you there as possible 🙂 A text will be sent to remind you. 

The song to practise is the first one on our playlist below: 

Have a wonderful weekend full of exploring, reading, writing, sleeping, eating, singing, dancing, playing, talking, homework and of course don’t forget to comment on the blog!

On Friday it will be Red and Yellow teams’ turn for Show and Tell

I look forward to seeing you again on Monday! 🙂

Love,

Miss Linsley x