Another week at Earls Hall began with the children celebrating the achievements of our latest ‘Reading Champions’ in both our KS1 and our KS2 assemblies. The children were presented with bronze badges for having read twenty five times or silver badges for having read fifty times. Well done to all of the children presented with badges today, we are proud of you!
Later in the day, as Mrs Cox was supported by more children to carry out the mucky side of the farm jobs, the children in Year Three made their own dream jars as part of their work on their class text ‘The BFG’. the children will use their jars tomorrow to start writing descriptively about what is inside!
Down the corridor, in Elm, the children were using thermometers accurately to read and record temperatures around the classroom. They read temperatures by the window, at the desk, under an arm, and in a cup of warm water. They also discussed a Concept Cartoon about melting ice and learnt about boiling point, body temperature, room temperature and freezing point. Later, in French, the children were recapping on recognising numbers up to 39, saying them aloud and learning to write them correctly.
At lunchtime, the school council met with Mrs Heard and began creating a powerpoint about Havens and Little Havens- this years school charities. The children will each share their presentation with their classmates in order to explain the reasons it was chosen as the school charity.