Stanford Junior and Infant School
Living together - Learning together
On this page you can see updates over the term of our activities and learning.
Today we learnt about people survived in the Stone age looking at threats and assets.
Here are some of the posters that were created:
Juniper class are doing a fantastic job learning remotely. We are really proud of their effort and hard work so far. Her are a few examples of their learning that have been uploaded…
Here a pupil has completed science learning on the powerpoint shared and then taken a screen shot and uploaded it.
Another pupil used an excel document to record their science understanding.
Here is a photograph of English work completed. Pupils read a part of “A pebble in my pocket” then listened to a section of music. After this they created movements/dance to imagine the journey of the pebble. This was then recorded:
Many class members are feeding back their understanding by giving maths scores and recording their learning either by writing in a notebook or using a Word document:
Some Fantastic poems created and shared via Teams last week too:
Have a peaceful holiday everyone
That festive feeling is in the air! The tree has arrived and has been beautifully decorated. The children have worked hard to make their class hoop to decorate the hall and everyone is feeling very Christmassy.
Don’t the decorations look amazing?
Juniper class are feeling all festive now our robins are displayed in the classroom and hall.
Juniper class have really enjoyed creating and painting their cartouches, picking the right colours to make them really stand out. Once they are all finished they will be selling them as our enterprise project. We have made posters to advertise these
Juniper Class really enjoyed creating cartouches. They followed their plans carefully. The next step will be painting them. The finished product will be sold as part of our enterprise project.
As part of Road safety awareness Juniper class designed posters.
Prizes were awarded.
Juniper class celebrating the fact we are all individuals and unique during “Odd sock day”
This week we have been doing five to thrive in support of Children in Need
We enjoyed taking part in the Get Active activities with Joe Wickes.
We listened to different video clips that explored Connect and Be Curious throughout the week and discussed the ideas they raised.
We enjoyed the colour my feelings mindfulness activity.
Juniper class learnt about why people wear poppies today.
We created our own poppy wreaths.
In English we have started to explore the text "Mouse, Bird, Snake, Wolf" by David Almond. In the story the Gods created a world that they were really pleased with.
We thought about the conversations they might have with each other. Here are our ideas:
Following watching The big anti bullying assembly, we explored who we could ask for help from. As a class we came up with lots of ideas. Everyone then identified their own top five people they could turn to if they need help or advice.
We enjoyed reciting and performing a variety of spooky poems.
The children enjoyed celebrating this special event. They made bunting to decorate the front of the school, watched a special video message from Mr. Lingard, and enjoyed a Birthday cake. It was great to see the school flag flying. They were all so excited to receive their 50p coins and commemorative mugs! Some children used their mugs straight away where as many others have put them in a special place to keep them safe. Most children have saved their 50ps.
We enjoyed looking at how iron filings are attracted to the magnet. The magnetic force pulls them towards the magnet.
We enjoyed investigating which objects are attracted to the magnets in our classroom.
Can you spot our special Macmillan badges we designed?
We signed a song for you to enjoy too!
Our Head Boy and Head Girl delivered our virtual assembly on Friday for Macmillan Coffee morning. They shared with the whole school how Macmillan came about and how the donations received from families help those that are currently suffering with cancer- Well done for delivering a fantastic 'virtual' assembly!
We have learnt that the Ancinet Egyptians made their own version of paper using pressed reeds from the side of the River Nile. We have been creating our own mock Paprus. We stained our paper with cold tea to get the right colour. We cut some of our dried stained paper into strips and pasted them on another piece. When they are dry we will create a piece of ancient Egyptian art.
We travelled back in time to the Ancient Egyptian Era. There we explored ancient Egyptian writing and numbers. We wrote our names using hieroglyphs and enjoyed exploring the number system.
We explored part of the British Museum website to see and learn about the Rosetta stone. We also looked at some examples of Papyrus paper showing examples of hieroglyphics and paintings of gods and goddesses, objects and humans. We explored the style of painting and then had a go at sketching a range of Gods and Goddesses. We will be creating our own piece of papyrus art using hieroglyphs and drawings of our chosen God or Goddess.
In maths we are exploring place value up to one thousand using a range of concrete, pictorial and abstract methods to ensure our understanding becomes embedded.