Today, Year 5 took a trip to Mr Demeger’s Wok & Roll Chinese in the role of food critics. After tasting a wide selection of dishes, they took notes based on atmosphere, food and service. We are writing our restaurant reviews tomorrow!Read More Wok & Roll Chinese
This week, Year 6 are discussing whether the World Cup is fair or not. In Maths, we are looking at FIFA rankings, relative incomes and other statistics to establish how fair the competition really is. In Literacy we are debating the same question but also talking about gender equality with regard to worldwide participation in […]Read More Year 6 debate – is the World Cup Fair?
Pattern making, alphabet ordering and stringing, Science- Venn Diagram of herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, Meccano construction, subtraction board games!Read More Monday afternoon in Year 1
This week Year 2 are learning about elephants as part of our topic on Africa. We spent the morning finding out interesting facts and this afternoon we have been sketching elephant skin during Art. Tomorrow we are going to work in pairs to create non-fiction reports about what we have discovered. Ask Year 2 for […]Read More All About Elephants
The first of our KS2 children have clocked up a whopping 200 nights of reading in their journals! Congratulations! Y3-6 came up with a shortlist of treats to mark this milestone and the most popular was a non-uniform day. So on Thursday 28th June, everyone who has reached 200 nights can come to school in […]Read More 200 nights of reading means…
Plasters aren’t just for disasters in Year 1! Today we were sorting between “ow” (cow) and “ou”ch (mouse) words. Would you be able to choose the correct plaster?!Read More Phonics in Year 1- “ow” vs “ou”ch!
Explore Learning have visited St Margaret’s Lee to launch the National Young Writers’ competition. The task is to write a story about a hero, David Walliams will be judging the stories and there are some amazing prizes on offer. All children will come home with an entry form this week so they can write their […]Read More National Young Writers’ Award 2018
This morning’s English lesson involved Year 2 receiving a mysterious picture followed by a letter addressed to someone called Angus. We read the first part of the story together and further explored the ideas in the book through using a ‘conscience corridor.’Read More Angus Rides the Goods Train in Year 2
St Margaret’s went book-crazy for World Book Day. Here’s a taster of the different ways we celebrated stories. To see a video of all the fabulous dressing-up and activities we got up to, check out: https://vimeo.com/259321008 We went on a Where’s Wilson hunt. Nursery made tasty Gruffalo claw cakes. Year 3 made their own covers […]Read More World Book Day
Year 6 designed and made their own ‘Macbeth’ versions of Cluedo – play got pretty competitive!Read More Macbeth Cluedo in Year 6