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Elm

 Welcome to Team Elm! 

 We are a mixed-year class and our teacher is Mrs.Latham. The other grown-ups who work in our class with us are Mrs.Jackson, Mrs. Cox, Miss. Baratinsky and Miss. Yates.

 

Welcome to Team Elm

Curriculum Information for Parents Summer 1 2021

The Life Caravan (and Harold!) came to vist

Race for Life

Litter picking-Looking after our environment

Curriculum Information for Parents Spring 2

Design Technology- Design and Make

The Great Comic Relief Bake Off!

World Book Day 2021

Design Technology-Investigating Pies

Positive Mental Health

 This week we have been exploring ways to develop positive mental health. We completed activities from ‘The Five Ways to Wellbeing’ which we will revisit regularly. 

 

 

This morning, Chef Elm made breakfast for our class-yum!

Shrove Tuesday comes early to Ash Class

Home Learning 2021

Big Garden Birdwatch

This week have been developing our map reading skills

Our Local Area

Place 2 Be - Art Project

Snow fun!

Curriculum Information for Parents Autumn 2

Design Technology - Bridges

 Keep checking back for our final result! 

Christmas Cake Competition

Elm play the glockenspiel!

Narrative Writing

On the Home Front

 We investigated the contribution to the War Effort by the people on The Home Front. We then completed some sewing and baking using rationed ingredients. 

Lest we forget

 We observed a two-minutes silence on Wednesday 11th November to remember those who died in service of our country. After that, we made a collage as a mark of respect to display in our class.

Curriculum Information for Parents- Autumn 1 2020

Halloween fun!

Yoda returns!

 Our school tortoise has returned to school and Yoda has had a warm welcome from Team Elm! There could even be an opportunity for your child to bring Yoda home for a weekend or school-holiday (he gets a bit fed-up in school on his own!). Please let me know if this is something you can support us with. 
Time to say good-bye...

After six weeks, the butterflies were ready to leave Elm Class.

 On the days leading up to their release, we had nurtured them and provided them with different fruit for energy.

One afternoon,  we took the butterflies to our outdoor area and allowed them to acclimatise. We played among the trees and enjoyed the space whilst we waited. When the time was right, we held them until they were confident enough to fly away.

Some of us were sad but we understood that our butterflies had an important job  in supporting the local butterfly population.

 

World Smile Day-2nd October 2020