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Home learning-July

Hello Rabbits,

 

I have really enjoyed seeing you busy at work this week and have loved

your Andy Goldsworthy art, they are fantastic and so creative!

 

Well done everyone

Keep up the good work!

 

Miss Conroy

Home learning 22-26-06

Home learning 15-19th June

Home learning 8-12th June

Message from Mrs Hoiles

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Home learning 1-5 of June

Hello Rabbits,

I have really enjoyed talking to you all again this week.  

Thank you for sharing your learning. 

Keep up the super work everyone.

Have a good half term!

Miss Conroy

Home learning 18-22-05

Rabbits home learning, May 11-15th

Home learning 04-08 May

Rabbits have been very busy at home this week!

Friday 01-05-20

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Zac performing Incy, Wincy Spider!

Hello Rabbits!

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Week ending 24-04

Well done everyone! You have completed two weeks of home learning.

I have really enjoyed receiving your emails with photos of what you have been doing.

I am very impressed!  I hope you all have a good Easter. 

I look forward to starting a new topic of learning after the break.

Please send your photos of any Easter fun you have.

 

Miss Conroy

Friday 3rd of April

Friday 27th March

 

I hope you have enjoyed your home learning this week. I know it must feel strange but you have all done very well!

I have really enjoyed looking at your work and photos and reading your stories online.

Give yourselves a huge round of applause!!

Here are some photos of Rabbit's learning this week.

Friday 6th March

 

Rabbits have enjoyed their week learning about step counting and beginning to multiply in Maths using the 'groups of' method. We have been busy innovating the class story 'Beegu' to create our own alien stories! World Book Day was a massive success, so many fantastic costumes! Thank you To Mrs Kunert, who brought in books for the children to take home (please find in book bags). We have enjoyed learning a new song in Music and beginning to look at the Easter story in preperation for our class service at the end of term. 

 

Quick note:

  • Thank you from myself (Mrs Hoiles) to all the parents for helping make this year a brilliant one. It has been fantastic to have your support with your child's learning throughout the year. I will truly miss Trinity and the Rabbits but will see you all after my impending arrival. 

Friday 28th February

 

3,2,1 BLAST OFF! Rabbits have launched themselves into the new topic of 'Space Explorers'. We have been learning a new story, discussed what will be covered this half term and enjoyed our trip to space where we directed "space robots" (sphero) around lots of different planets. We also went on a lovely walk to spot any signs of Spring. We were amazed to see so many new plants starting to grow, bud and flower. Today we have enjoyed getting to know our new teacher, Miss Conroy and are excited for her to teaching us when Mrs Hoiles leaves to have her baby. Any queries, please don't hesitate to speak to any member of staff. 

 

Quick note:

  • Reading- RWInc groups will be changing next week- all RWInc reading books to be collected and new ones handed out on Monday. 
  • Book day on Thursday- fancy dress related to our new topic/book (Space/aliens)
  • Books at bedtime on Thursday evening- all welcome to join. 

Late post! 

 

Friday 14th February

 

Rabbits have had a brilliant end to their half term and 999 what's your emergency topic! We really enjoyed all our visitors and the surprise of a paramedic and a real ambulance! We also finished off our superhero theme by adding our badges to capes. We did this by upcycling an old t-shirt. We then enjoyed our marble treat of a superhero disco! Parents were then invited in for our class to share the story we learnt and the rest of our learning.

 

Thank you to all the helpers and visitors that we had over the last half term. Thank you for coming in and seeing all the amazing pieces of learning Rabbits have done too! 

Friday 7th February

 

We have been super busy making our superhero badges this week. We reminded ourselves of our designs and chose our fabric, stencils and tools for the job! We cannot wait to turn them into outstanding capes next week! We have enjoyed following a routine in dance and keeping to a beat of 8, lots of wiggles, spins and jazz hands. In Maths, we have been counting in steps of 2s, 5s and 10s. Some of us found this tricky so extra practise at home would be great. And in Literacy, we have been researching and taking notes about the real rescuers we have seen in out topic. 

 

Quick note:

  • Some children don't have t-shirts for their capes. Please bring in next week or if you have an extra spare t-shirt for another child that would be great. 

Friday 31st January

 

We have enjoyed our learning this week. Dancing and practising our ball skills in PE, thinking about friendship, peace and forgiveness in RE and learning a new song for the end of term in Music. We have been using the iPads and computers a lot this week to familiarise ourselves with keys on a key board (finger spaces, full stops and capital letters) which have helped us when writing up our newspaper reports on Grace Darling. In Maths, we have been using language linked to capacity and have been measuring carefully to solve problems and make chocolate banana milkshake...yummy! We have designed our superhero badges and can't wait to make them on Thursday in DT! And finally we had a brilliant visit from the RNLI a charity which saves lives at sea. I'm sure the children will be able to share with you some of the amazing things they learnt from Phil (RNLI volunteer). 

 

Quick note:

  • Old T-shirts (the bigger the better), to be used and cut to turn them into capes will be needed from next week. Please bring in and the children will keep them in their tray! 

Friday 24th January

 

We have had a super end to a busy week in Rabbits class. We were lucky to have a visit from the Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue service on Thursday morning. We learnt lots about the firefighters jobs and vehicles. We also got to squirt the hose over the carpark (and Mrs Green's car...shhhh). We then walked down to the Verwood Police Station Friday morning and met Andy, Jasmine and Glenn who told us all about the police. We even met their police dog, Finley who is training to be a sniffer dog. I wonder if your child can remember any facts about either of the emergency services we have looked at this week? 

 

Quick note:

  • Home learning, sorry it was late- we waited for a few more bottles to make rain gauges in class. If your child didn't come home with one there are instructions in their book bags for them to try at home. 
  • Reading- please continue reading with your child. Reading the same book a few times will embed the language further and helps to build confidence as well as fluency. 
  • DT- new project, designing and making superhero badges. We will complete this in class- any helpers in the afternoon (Weds/Thurs/Fri) would be appreciated. Also we may be able to turn an old t-shirt into a cape for our badges to be glued onto. The bigger the better! They would need to have a plain side to them and can be as colourful as the children would like them to be.  Donations welcome! 

Friday 17th January

 

We have been super busy mathematicians this week, using number lines and part-part whole methods to solve problems. We have been trying to develop our reasoning too which is quite tricky but perseverance is one skill we are brilliant at in Rabbits class! In Literacy, we have innovated and written up our own superhero stories. In Art this week we have begun looking at a few pieces of work by the artist Hannah Hoch (flowers and fashion show). We are going to use these pieces of art to inspire us to create our own photomontage style collages. In order for us to create amazing masterpieces we need old catalogues, newspapers and magazines to cut out and use. If you are able to bring in any of these things it would be greatly appreciated. 

 

Quick note:

  • Friday- school trip- police station. School uniform and a coat, if wet weather wellies may be useful.
  • Donations- spare knickers, pants and socks please. 
  • Each child will need a small 500ml clear plastic bottle (to cut up) for Science!
  • Magazines, newspapers and old catalogues for Art.