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On Wednesday 5th December we supported our community by singing carols in Bexleyheath to raise money for the Bexley Hospice.

All of the children had a fantastic time and helped to raise a lot of money for the Bexley Hospice and the patients they support.

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As part of our English work this term we have been reading the book Varjak Paw. We dramatised the events which happened in the book and considered how Varjak would be feeling. This lead into the diary entries we wrote in the role of Varjak.

We also took part in a conscience alley, to think carefully about Varjaks thought and emotions about leaving Elder Paw behind.

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We have been learning about the importance of Remembrance Day and the significance of the poppy. As part of our work we created acrostic poems using the word remember to show what we had learnt. Take a look at some of our poems below.

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This term in science we have been looking at 'Living Things and Their Habitats'. As part of our work we have been learning how to create classification keys.

As you can see we created a classification key for the trees which grow in the school grounds and we did this by classifying the leaves.

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In PE we have been developing our gymnastics skills, creating paired balances and bridge sequences. We created individual paired balances and then worked on travelling from one bridge balance to the next.

Take a look at what we created below.

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Take a look at some of the fantastic English work we have created this term. We developed our poetry skills and wrote pieces of performance poetry linked to the spider in Charlottes Web.

We also wrote first person narratives from the point of view of Wilbur, the pig in Charlottes Web.

We worked on including a variety of grammatical features including, expanded noun phrases, fronted adverbials and organising paragraphs around a theme. 

We hope you enjoy reading some of our work.

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I’m really looking forward to all the amazing work we are going to complete this year, as well as sharing it all on our class page so that everyone can see our wonderful work and achievements.

I really enjoyed meeting you all during our transition morning and can’t wait for September.

Our first topic will be ‘What a Wonderful World’ so keep checking back to see what we have been learning.

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