Hope you are enjoying the Summer Holidays?
I just wanted to say a HUGE thanks to you all for the overwhelming messages, cards and presents. It’s been a pleasure to spend a year with your lovely children.
Have a great Summer! Here are some photos to remind you of a fabulous Pet Day!
X Mrs Sh X
Thanks to all of you who gave up your precious time to bring in pets – we had a wonderful day!
Please can the children bring a bag to carry their Y1 school books home in on MONDAY 24TH JULY, 2017. PE kits will also be sent home on this day.
If you wish to collect your child from the class on this day, to help them with their load, please make your way to the class from 3.10 pm.
Wow! What a busy baking day we have had! Bramshaw class have proven themselves to be brilliant bakers as we worked in small teams to mix the ingredients, kneed the gingerbread dough, cut out the gingerbread men, bake and decorate them. The children worked really well together, supporting and sharing the tasks, and were very pleased with the results that they achieved. They looked good enough to eat, so lets hope that that was the case…? (the gingerbread men were taken home for consumption!)
In English we have been looking at the story ‘Naughty Bus’ – thinking about the clever way the author used situation photographs and simple sentences, along with onomatopoeia and punctuation, to bring the story to life. We have worked hard, in groups, to do the same and we would like to share that hard work with you so that you can enjoy it too!
The titles of the stories are on the previous post. If you hover over the titles and click on one the powerpoint will open up for you. Make sure you watch it in a slideshow and let your child work it and read it to you!
The children had to make a story board, reproduce it as a staged photo using the iPads, write the captions, build the powerpoint, insert the captions and then animate the book. Each group then presented their story to classes around the school and received lots of very positive feedback.
Bramshaw Time Travellers! We had an amazing day discovering things about the Past, playing games and trying out olden day equipment and games machines! Thank you to our parents who helped – we could not have enjoyed such a great day without you!
You will be so impressed by how artistic we are! We studied some sculptures by Andy Goldsworthy and then made our own in his style.
We practised inside using classroom objects and when we had cleared up the mess, we went out and created another sculpture using natural objects we collected.
How fantastic are we?!