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Ullesthorpe Church of England Primary School

Oak Class

Anglo-Saxon Exhibition Friday 13th December

 

We had an amazing day turning our classroom into an Anglo-Saxon Museum. We were able to share our learning with the whole school in the morning and lots of parents and grandparents in the afternoon.

We had some fantastic feedback. It was the best exhibition yet!

Anglo-Saxon Exhibition in Action

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ICT

As part of our ICT work we are exploring writing a BLOG, we have taken our class responsibilities of being in Class 4 and decided to write about them, aswell as information about our topics.  Most of us have worked in pairs to write, edit and add pictures to our blogs.  We will add each one once complete.

       Team     points

 

This year’s 2019\2020 Team pointers are Gracie Mai, Bath, Greta Holly.

 We collect in team points on a Thursday lunch time, the teams are. Yellow, Blue, Green and Red. We announce the results in the Friday morning assembly. PLEASE remember to put on your team points. The Friday assembly is open to parents so come and support your child’s team. We have a display up in the hall so if you miss the assembly you can still see the team points.

 There is also pom poms   , so if

By Greta, Holly, Gracie mai and Beth  

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The Aldi Event

At the moment the charity champions

 are Livy and Felix. The school is taking part in the Aldi event to try and

win a P.E kit for the whole school and a chance to win £20,000 for P.E equipment. We would like to announce that we have completed the sheet and are sending it to Aldi as soon as possible. But still keep bring in the stickers as we are intending to fill another sheet to double our chances of winning £20,000.

  By Livy + Felix

Since the Aldi event, we have also had Children in need 2019.  Children went to sing in the CIN choir, we made biscuits and sold them and raised nearly £500 wow, wow and wow, well done Ullesthorpe PS.

 

We are the JRSOs  

 

This year the JRSOs are Hope and Mason. We will be doing competitions and a club. For the competitions we will have a winner for each class and we will give out prizes to first place and a sticker for second place. We try to include everybody and give everybody a challenge but we try not to make it too hard. At our club we will be doing extra competitions, designing road signs and just having fun.  

In literacy we are reading a class book called Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz, it is the first book of the awesome  series.   Alex Rider a 14 year old boy. In the first book Alex rider gets picked to work for MI6 and gets sent on his first mission.

We have now finished this text and have moved onto War Horse by Michael Morpurgo.

LIBRARY

 

In oak class there are 6 library monitors they are: Hope, Gracie-Mai, Lottie, Iris, Tyler and Theresa. Our job is to look after the library and help people choose the books they would like. It is open on Tuesday and Thursday lunchtimes. We choose if its KS2 or KS1 library. People can come in and have a quiet read. If it’s a nice sunny day we will go outside and read a story to KS1.

Library monitors in action

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Library monitors in action 3

ANGLO SAXONS - Oak class topic

Our topic is Anglo-Saxons. There is a place called Sutton Hoo and they found lots of jewels and artefacts and lots of gold. In Sutton Hoo they found a rare helmet also when you wear the helmet your voice becomes deep so you’re voice can be heard. The leader wears the most valuable helmet. We are going on a trip to learn more about Anglo-Saxons.

     

Assembly monitors\ ICT

Greta and Hope do the ICT for the assembly. We think that it is really fun and also it helps us get better with computers.

ICT

There could be tech leaders to teach people how to use computers and class 4 are learning how to write a blog. 

GRACIE MAI & THERESA

FRENCH

In French we have been playing a game called douze. How you play that is that you count in a circle to 12 in French . whoever says douze sits down and the last man standing wins. whoever the winner is gets 12 (for douze) team points and a clap. We haven’t played that much yet, we have only played 2 rounds but the people who won are very lucky.

Energise club

 

Mrs Dawkins invited me and 4 other children to energise club on a  Monday morning before school.

We started this week and we did some yoga exercising we finished with a healthy snack.  By Michael

BEING A SPORTING AMBASSADOR By Filippos Filippardos and Hudson Muzzell

Hi we are the sporting ambassadors.

What we do as sporting ambassadors is we sort out fun games for the rest of the school at lunch and playtime.  Before we help the other classes to have fun out on the playground,we go to the lutterworth college to train to be a sporting ambassador.We also wear a T-shirt that says sporting ambassador on the back.to be a sporting amabassador you have to take on a lot of responsibility and I think we can take on that kind of  responsibility.

 

This morning 29.9.19 we welcomed the 3 head of schools and Ms Prokipczuk to our class for a Learning Walk through maths.  we showed them how we can work practically and physically by doing our mental starter and re-teach in the hall.  We played runaround and ALWAYS, SOMETIMES, NEVER TRUE.

Can you spot the measure words..?

The Start of our SPY DANCE

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Our first lesson starting to brainstorm the SPY genre and putting our ideas into a short movement phrase. We warmed up exploring the 4 key dance shapes:- pin, wall, ball & twist, then devising actions/shapes to the count of 8 beats. We started still in Jamie's shape, travelled to the physical or mental zone in the hall, performed our action, then travelled to the other zone, whilst tying to listen to the changes in the tempo and beat of MISSION IMPOSSIBLE theme tune..! Our injured class mates took turns videoing our developments and writing notes in their books to help us remember the order. Well done the Mighty Oaks, a great start..! Lots to develop; I am so looking forward to seeing how we can improve this intro, changing dynamics and adding in more stimulus.
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A Few Photos from Redridge

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Project Gargoyle

Project Gargoyle  1 The Night of the Gargoyles By Eve Bunting

Class Timetable

A.P.E. in the classroom!

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