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The teachers working in Cosmic Comets are
Miss Wylde, Miss Varty, Mrs Ord and Mrs Snape.
Our Class Hero This week is: Jake
Our Star Writer is: Charlie
Our Star Reader is: Spencer
Welcome to Cosmic Comets!
In Science we grouped classroom objects into different categories, for example, planet wood, planet plastic and planet glass.
In PE we practised our tennis skills - stopping, controlling and passing the ball.
On Friday 6th March we celebrated World Book Day. We all dressed as our favourite book characters and shared our stories.
In Science, we created a 'Welcome to our class box', for any new visitors from space. We gathered items from around the classroom and discussed why we thought a visitor would need them.
In Science, we discussed and explored what simple electrical circuits can do.
In Maths this week, we have started to use the division symbol and practically share items to solve problems.
This week in literacy we are reading the story 'The Way Back Home'. We will be writing letters and postcards from the moon.
Our new topic is 'Moon Zoom'. Today we became investigators and tried to find out what happened in our playground. We think an alien crashed into our play area.
We applied paint to animal outlines.
We created our own pets and cared for them. Next week we are going to write about our day.
In Science we discussed and grouped butterflies by their colour and talked about what might happen.
In Mathematics we have been identifying, ordering and working with different coins.
In Art and Design we used a variety of mediums to create paintings of zoo animals.
In Maths we have been counting in tens and ones to find numbers to 50.
In Art and Design we said what we liked about others' work using simple artistic vocabulary.
In Science we grouped and sorted common animals based on the foods they eat.
In Art and Design we used soft and hard pencils/pens to create different drawings of animals.
Today KS1 enjoyed a visit from the Exotic Zoo. Ryan told us about 5 animals including a meerkat, tenric, millipede, bullfrog and a chameleon which we stroked and held.
We are going to be writing about the visit in out Literacy this week.
Next term our topic is Paws, Claws and Whiskers. In the first week, we will be meeting an animal expert to allow us to ask lots of questions.
In Literacy this week we have created leaflets and posters for a new park, in Albrighton.
This week we have been busy making Christmas decorations for our school hall and windows.
We are really pleased with the growth of our beans and sweet peas in Cosmic Comets.
In Cosmic Comets WE LOVE READING! We created a blanket of books and shared them with our friends.
In Literacy this week we created instructions to help Little Red Riding Hood find her Grandma's house. We went outside and used bossy verbs to help our partners find Grandma's house.
In Maths this week we have moved onto sharing and using the division symbol.
This week in Science, we planted beans and sweet peas. We will be observing their growth over the rest of this term.
This week we became street detectives. We went on a walk around Albrighton and created our own village in Design and Technology.
This half term our topic is Street Detectives. We will be learning about the history of our local area.
In Literacy we created fire poems about the Great Fire of London.
In Maths we have moved onto subtraction using number stories and numicon.
We have learnt about the Great Fire of London. In Design and Technology we recreated Pudding Lane.
In Science we investigated 'How wild is the wind?'.
In Geography we created our own London Zoo using animals and designed our own zoo maps.
In Mathematics we have moved onto adding one digit numbers to 10.
In Computing we have moved onto researching the London Zoo, in Design and Technology we created a mask of a chosen animal from the zoo.
In Maths we have moved onto using the part whole model to add numbers together.
In D&T we made junk models of London landmarks, including: Big Ben, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.
In Literacy we have been writing our own version of Paddington at the Palace.
In Maths we have working with 2D and 3D shapes and sorting them depending on their properties.
In ART we used Lego to create London landmarks.
In Maths we have found different ways to make numbers to 20.
In Science we observed and tested our toys from home. We have discussed and tested how we use forces to move our toys.
This half term our topic is Bright Lights, Big City. This week we have talked about the role of the queen and held a royal tea party. We wrote invitations, decorated bunting and made jam sandwiches. At the party we all stood up and sang the national anthem, God Save the Queen.
Our theme this half term is Bright Lights Big City so in music we have be looking at different types of transport that can be found. We sang a song and used percussion to replicate the sounds and rhythms they make.