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Larchfield's Virtual Games Awards. Well done to all our children who took part in these events - fantastic results!

A new year with new whole school learning

Samantha's thank you poem

Some of our children in school have been working really hard in the newly revamped Learning Garden. They enjoyed eating their harvest of potatoes - delicious!

Year 6 are starting to say goodbye!

Going for Gold! 14.7.2020

 

We have had a great start to the week in our Keyworker group! The school theme this week is 'Going for Gold' so we have been thinking about sporting achievements and discussing our favourite sports teams. We have been talking about Liverpool winning the Premier League in 2020 as well as their other recent achievements such as winning the UEFA Cup last June. We have also explored football kits from all over the world using the Ipads. Very importantly we have kept up our own fitness by completing another Joe Wicks workout! You can see us writing our own exercise routine based on Joe Wicks's activities. We used some of these in our own exercise routine that we practised on the field.Fantastic learning so far!

 Going for Gold Maths activities 14.7.2020

 

We have been doing Maths puzzles which involve using a key to complete a colouring activity. Great mathematical vocabulary came out of this.

 

 One of our Year 2 children predicted, “All of these numbers will be between 41-50 because they are blue for the sky”. We were very proud of her as she had needed help to understand what ‘between’ meant at the start of the lesson and by the end was using it confidently!

 

A great skill is looking at a problem and thinking of it in a different way to solve it. Our Year 3 superstar was looking at the problem  ____ x 8 = 48 and straight away asked himself “How many 8s are there in 48?”  Fab reasoning skills to solve a problem!

 

Well done all!

Where in the world...? 8.7.20

The keyworker group this week were given the challenge this week of 'What would food be like on Mars?'

The children designed their favourite food and drink as if it came from outer space. Fantastic imaginations and great art skills were shown by all! 

29th June - Themed Week Food, Glorious Food.

Verity has gone bananas!
Who doesn't like a BBQ?
Mason's healthy fruit kebabs for pudding
Mason made a pizza using only 5 ingredients
Looking good Tom - great mixing!
Tom's finished pancake
Delicious :-)

Family Challenge - 29th June - Creating Cress!

Bertie's sunflower journey so far!

18th May - Weekly Family Challenge - Animals on toast

11th May - Weekly challenge - Find objects starting with each letter in SCHOOL FAMILY, they must fit onto a dinner plate.

What have we been doing this week? - 8th May

Good Maths work, Rowen
Speedy bike!
A very creative plane there, Tomas!
Liam  baking, I wonder what they will look like?
I hope they went in the oven!
The Gillespie family discover Geocaching!
Keep them on track Andrew!

Happy Special Birthday Mrs Lawson!

Thank you to Tops Marquees of Maidenhead for donating 2 marquees to shelter from the sun and creating an outdoor classroom for us for the rest of term.

Challenge of the week - summer pictures

What have we been up to?

Science Ice pop challenge for this week - 4th May

What have we been up to this week? - Week beginning 4th May.

Staff Challenge of the Week - Fine dining Beans on Toast. Which teacher do you think has chef qualities?

Challenge of the week - making dens!

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