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Mountfields Lodge School

Onyx

W.C 12.4.21

WOW! Welcome Back. I can't believe it is the Summer Term already! Let's hope the weather continues to improve so we can take our learning outside!! :) 

 

This week we are starting lots of new and exciting learning! 

Science - We are going to be finding out about Magnets and investigating how they work! 

English - We are starting to look at Myths in preparation for our new Vikings theme!

P.E - This half term we will be learning Badminton skills and outdoors we will be getting prepared for the Summer with Athletics! 

 

I can't wait to share all of our learning with you next week! 

 

Miss Clark 

 

Summer Term updates.

 

Homework: Daily reading, TTRS, weekly Reading tasks on Seesaw (Out on Thursday - due in Tuesday)  and 3 in a row projects. (Vikings 15.4.21)  Please remember paper copies are available for all of the homework tasks on Seesaw. Please ask me in school for one. 

 

P.E: Tuesday and Wednesday - please come in your kit. 

A warm pair of long trousers, a t-shirt, a long sleeved top and a pair of trainers. Please remember to bring spare socks and shoes - particularly on Outdoor P.E days! (Wednesday)

 

Remember all you need is a coat, your reading book and your lunch box each day. No bags please. Please do not bring anything you don't need, this is really important to help keep us all safe and it will also help keep our classroom tidy. 

Class Onyx Christmas hamper. - decorated by the children

Art work - Drawing skills

Sentences of three for description written by children in Class Onyx! 

 

The fireworks whizzed across the starry night, spirals of blinding golden sparks erupted and boomed as loud as guns on the battlefield.

The fireworks were crying with colour, twizzled above our heads and then accelerated across the sky.

The fireworks twizzled across the pitch black sky, gleaming like shooting stars and fizzing like a storm of spirals.

The fireworks raced up into the sky, exploded into hundreds of fiery sparks and disappeared into the darkness.

The fireworks zoomed into the sky exploding into bursts of colour, dived down and vanished.

The fireworks boomed as spirals of blinding golden sparks erupted, crackling rockets roared above our heads and fierce crimson flames raged.

The fireworks zoomed across the night sky, bursting into a disco in the sky and filling it with colour.

The fireworks whizzed across the night sky, bursting into beautiful circles in the sky and flashing brightly like lightening.

The fireworks whizzed across the starry sky, bursts of colour exploded and they roared above our heads.

The fireworks raced across the colourful sky, swirling with pride and exploded above us.

The fireworks raced across the starry sky, twizzling with beauty and blazing with pride.

 

Art work based on Paul Klee.

Books we would never pick up off the shelf but now can't wait to read!

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