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SUMMER HOLIDAY WORK

I have attached below some Maths and English work to keep your brains ticking over the summer holiday. 

Year 3's, please try to make a collage about yourselves that you can bring in to school on our first day back.  It would be great if we could create a display of collages! 

I have also put on some tasks called 'The Best Summer Homework Ever.'  Have a look at this as you may find a few fun suggestions!! 

Have a lovely summer! 

  

Friday 17th July

Good morning Moore Class.  I can't believe this is the last day of term and the last day of this Moore Class. 

I am so proud of you all and how hard you have worked throughout the year and particularly how some of you have really kept up that great level of work whilst working from home.   A big well done to all of you and also to your adults at home who have helped you, a really big THANK YOU!

I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible for our last Moore Class Chomp and Chat Treat Trail this morning.  Try to bring a joke with you (it must be within school rules!) and maybe a quick something to share.  It will be really nice to see Moore Class altogether for the last time. 

I want to wish you all a wonderful summer holiday.  Just in case you get a little bored and to keep your work on track, I will be putting some Summer Maths and English on to the class website a little later this morning.  Year 3' please also try to make a collage all about yourself that you can bring back to school in September when you will be back as Year 4's. 

I want to wish the current Year 4's good luck as they now move on to the next stage and in to Cameron Class as Year 5's. 

I really look forward to seeing you all in September.  Have a lovely summer break, stay safe and take care. 

Miss Fitch

Thursday's Fun

Thursday 16th July

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday.  (Sorry if the SPAG mystery challenge was a big brainteaser!  I did hear rumours about the challenge at school!!).  Hopefully you'll be a little bit happier with today's English tasks! 

Thank you to everyone who has emailed in their Virtual Sports Day results - Well done.  I am now looking forward to looking through them and working out which house group has won! Who will it be? 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning for our last learning class meeting.  (Don't forget the Moore Class Chomp and Chat Treat Trail Meeting on Friday! )

Miss Fitch

 

Wednesday's Fashion Design

Wednesday 15th July

Good morning Moor Class.  I hope you are well and you had a good day yesterday. 

Thank you everyone who has sent me their Virtual Sports Day results so far.  Today is the last day for them, so don't forget to email them in to me please.  Which house group will win? 

I hope you have fun solving the SPAG problem today if you choose that task.  Make sure you read the instructions carefully! 

We haven't got a class meeting today as I am in school, but don't forget on Friday we will be having a Moore Class Chomp and Chat Treat Trail instead.  

I look forward to seeing you in our class meeting on Thursday. 

Have a good day. 

Miss Fitch

Tuesday's Tasks and Sport

Tuesday 14th July

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday. 

I have really enjoyed looking at your Masterchef and Sports photos that you have sent in.  There are clearly many budding chefs and athletes out there!  Well done.

Sorry we got cut off yesterday morning while we were finishing Daffy Duck - we'll try to complete him on Thursday! 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning at the whole school assembly. 

Miss Fitch

Monday 13th July

Monday 13th July

Good morning Moore Class. I hope you all had a lovely weekend.  It was quite hot on Sunday wasn't it!

I can't believe we are into the last week of term now.  Thank you so much for the Virtual Sports  Day results, photos and videos you have sent in already.  There is still time if you haven't done it yet! 

I am also really impressed with the Masterchef cooking and baking that you have been doing.  It looks very professional.  Well done. 

I decided to go on a different walk yesterday and went along the North Downs Way.  I was really pleased to see some wild orchids growing and lots of different butterflies.  

I look forward to seeing you later this morning in the class meeting. 

Miss Fitch

 

Sports and Baking

DISTRICT SPORTS VIRTUAL LOCKDOWN CHALLENGE 4

Friday 10th July

Good morning Moore Class. 

It was really lovely to see so many of you yesterday in the 'Moving-Up' meetings.  I hope between all the meetings you managed to have some exercise, fresh air and to do a bit of work!! 

I have seen that some of you have been busy baking for the Masterchef theme this week.  If so don't forget to send in your photos.  

Also, don't forget to take part in the last of the District Sports Lockdown Challenges and the Virtual Sports Day activities and remember to send your results in for these.  My new sport is called 'Race the blackbird to the blueberries!'  Though, I am letting the blackbird win more now as I have seen the baby blackbirds now and they do need food! 

I hope you have a good day today and a lovely weekend. 

Miss Fitch

 

 

Thursday 9th July

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday despite the rain! ( I was actually quite pleased it rained as my garden was getting quite dry).

I am really pleased that some of you have already sent in some events for the Virtual Sports Day - well done.  If you haven't managed to start yet, don't worry, there is plenty of time.  Most of the activities take just a minute!! 

Don't forget today that you have got your moving up meetings if you can make them. 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning. 

Miss Fitch

Wednesday's Work, Rest and Recovery!

Wednesday 8th July

Good morning Moore Class. I hope you are well and that you had a good day yesterday. 

Following on from Mrs Lovatt-Young's assembly yesterday were you inspired to do some baking?  I was - I took on a few sad looking bananas and made some more banana and sultana muffins.  I decided I didn't have time to make a gravity cake!! 

Have you started any of our Virtual Sports Day Activities yet?  I can't wait to start getting the results.  Also don't forget the last District Sports Lockdown Challenge this week - Around the World - how many times can you pass a ball around your waist in a minute?  

I look forward to seeing you later this morning. 

Miss Fitch

Tuesday 7th July

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you all had a good day yesterday. 

Sorry that the PowerPoint is in 3 parts today - unfortunately some of the slides when watched in Slideshow have a lot of animations and it takes more space to load these.  Sorry! 

I hope you are enjoying our new Data Handling (or Statistics) work in maths.  This is one of

Ms Norris' favourite areas of maths - she loves looking at data! 

I hope that you are going to be able to take part in our Virtual Sports Day!  All you need to do is do an activity / activities and then send in either your results and a photo/video if you can.  

Also  don't forget to do the final District Sports Lockdown Challenge - Around the world. Pass a ball around your waist ... how many times can you do it in a minute?  Please send your results in. 

It is also Masterchef week - are you going to do some baking and be creative?  I think I might try this one!

Don't forget it is the whole school assembly today! 

Have a good day. 

Miss Fitch

 

 

Monday's Magic

Monday 6th July

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you are all well and you had a good weekend. 

 Did you manage to record how many minutes you had spent cycling, scooting or roller blading?  If so don't forget to enter them to for the District Sports. 

I went for another walk yesterday and nearly jumped out of my skin when a deer launched itself out of some bracken next to me - I think we were as surprised as each other! 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning at the class meeting. 

Miss Fitch

Friday's Fun and Thoughts

DISTRICT SPORTS LOCKDOWN CHALLENGE 3

Friday 3rd July

Good morning Moore Class.  

I hope you managed to solve the time investigation yesterday.  What time did you work out that David and his family would leave the zoo? 

Do you know what Munro-Bagging is?  If not hopefully by the end of today you will have found out! 

Don't forget to work out how many minutes you have spent exercising on wheels for the District Sports Lockdown Challenge.  You can either email your results directly or to me and I will send them in.  

I hope you have a good day and a good weekend. 

Miss Fitch

Thursday's Tasks

Thursday 2nd July

Good morning Moore Class. 

I hope you are all well and you had a good day yesterday.  I really enjoyed seeing the photos of the potato mountain animals, the paper cutting and the art work inspired by Hokusai.  

Don't forget to keep adding up your minutes spent on wheels exercising this week for the District Sports Lockdown Challenge. 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning in the Class Meeting. 

Miss Fitch

Wednesday's Wonderful Work

Wednesday 1st July

Good morning Moore Class. 

I hope you had a good day yesterday.  It was great to see so many of you. 

I hope you have enjoyed making the potato mountain animals.  Don't forget to keep counting up the minutes spent cycling, scooting or roller skating this week for the District Sports Lockdown Challenge for the week.  I know it's been a bit wet this week so it might be a bit trickier to do. 

Don't forget the Art Builder whole school project for this week! 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning. 

Miss Fitch

 

Tuesday's Time, Tasks and Potato Animals!!

Tuesday 30th June

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday and that you still got some fresh air even though it wasn't so hot or sunny! 

Today is the Moore Class Chomp and Chat Treat Trail.  We really look forward to seeing you later this morning (a bit after assembly).  Don't forget to bring a treat to eat (if you want to) and something to share and talk about.  Be prepared for a bit of speedy scavenging and have a piece of paper and pencil for a bit of a quiz! 

For DT / Science today you can have a go at creating your own new mountain creature.  (check the PowerPoint to find out more). 

Don't forget to record how many minutes you spend on wheels this week such as: cycling, scooting or roller skating for the District Sports Virtual Lockdown. 

We look forward to seeing you later this morning. 

Ms Norris and Miss Fitch

Monday's Marvelous Work and More...

Monday 29th June

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you have had a lovely weekend. 

I hope you have started to think about what you want to share at the Moore Class Chomp and Chat Treat Trail tomorrow.  It would be lovely to see a lot of you and a great chance for you to see each other for a chat. 

Don't forget this weeks District Sports Virtual Lockdown Challenge - how many minutes do you spend cycling, scootering, roller blading.  Try to keep a total so you can enter your results, 

The birds have decided to sneak back into my garden now that it is a bit cooler and also because my tayberries, justaberries and blueberries are starting to ripen.  It is now a race between the birds and myself to see who gets to them first when they are ripe.  

I look forward to seeing you later this morning. 

Miss Fitch

 

Friday's Work and Fun! (and pets!)

Friday 26th June

Good Morning Moore Class.  I hope you are all well. 

I am really impressed with the work you did yesterday especially as it is so hard to concentrate when it gets so hot.  I hope you all remembered to drink lots of water and stay in the shade. Even the birds in my garden were really quiet yesterday and staying in the shade!

How did the time investigations go yesterday?  Are you starting to feel a bit more confident with telling the time? 

I hope you have a good day today.  Good luck with the Purple Mash coding task today.  I had to concentrate a bit harder on this one but I'm sure you'll get it well. 

Have a good weekend.

Miss Fitch

 

VIRTUAL DISTRICT SPORTS LOCKDOWN CHALLENGE 2

Thursday's Tasks (plus a snake skin!)

Thursday 25th June

Good Morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday and that you didn't get too hot!  Please remember to drink lots of water, put on your sun-cream and wear a sunhat if you go outside today.  It is going to be really hot and sunny again! 

I hope you are beginning to feel a little more confident telling the time - those of you who came to the class meeting yesterday did really well.  Well done.  

If you can, it would be really good if you could take part in the District Sports Virtual Lockdown Challenge.  The Week 2 challenge is how many skips can you do in a minute.  Everyone in your family can get involved and enter their results for Shoreham Village School.  If you want to you can email your results to me and I can enter them for you.  Good Luck - Let's see if Shoreham can get in the leaders place on the board this week! 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning at the class meeting. 

Miss Fitch

 

 

Wednesday's Work

Wednesday 24th June

Good Morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday and were able to enjoy some of the lovely sunshine.  

I have put a few extra Powerpoints on today to help you with the time work.  Have a look at these if you are finding some of the time work a bit tricky.  There are also some extra practice sheets for time, where you can practice reading and writing the time. 

I was really pleased today as I saw a nuthatch in my garden.  (What do you think a nuthatch is?)

I look forward to seeing you later on this morning at the class meeting. 

Have a good day. 

Miss Fitch

Tuesday's Tasks

Tuesday 23rd June

Good Morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday. 

I have really enjoyed reading some of your stories so far and there has been a wide range of ideas developed from the pictures from bank robberies to the Yeti.  All very exciting! 

It was great to hear from Joe, from the WWF, that 3 rhino calves have been born this year (they are an endangered species!). 

Don't forget to take part in the District Sports Lockdown Challenge if you can this week - how many skips can you do in a minute?  (Remember the whole family can take part if they want to and all your scores will go towards Shoreham's total score). 

There isn't a class meeting today as there is a whole school assembly.  I look forward to seeing you at the assembly later this morning if you can make it. 

Have a good day. 

Miss Fitch

 

Monday 22nd June (Dog walks, Quidditch and Joe's baby rhinos!)

Monday 22nd June

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a lovely weekend. 

Did you manage to solve the emoji quiz question I put on on Friday and have you got some good ideas for your story?  I can't wait to read / hear about some of them.  

I decided to go for a walk again yesterday and I was pleased to see a really big herd of deer on the edge of some woodland I was walking by.  I went really slowly and quietly to get as close as I could - unfortunately just as I was getting nearer some walkers came by, talking loudly, so the deer ran in to the woods.  I'll just have to try again. 

I look forward to seeing you in the class meeting later this morning. 

Miss Fitch

Jet Power Boat!

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Friday 19th June

Friday 19th June

Good morning Moore Class and Happy Birthday Miles. 

I hope that you all have a good day today and then a lovely weekend.  Don't forget the FOSS Moore/Cameron quiz on Saturday if you can do it.  

Also, don't forget to record how many minutes you and your family have spent walking or running this week and send your results into the Sports Partnership as part of the Shoreham Village School entry for the District Sports Lockdown.  

Did you see the news with the Red Arrows and the Patrouille Acrobatique de France (The French equivalent to the Red Arrows) flying all together over London yesterday?  It was quite spectacular! Do you know why they flew over? (See if you can find out).

I hope you have a good day today.  I am so proud of you all and how hard you are working. I really enjoy reading and looking at what you have been doing.  

Have a lovely weekend,

Miss Fitch

 

Thursday's Maths Investigations.(Great work)

Thursday 18th June

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday but you didn't get caught outside in the thunderstorm.  

There is another opportunity to work on some cooking skills again today if you want to as well as some calendar maths investigations to get you thinking.  

I hope you have managed to take part in the District Sports Lockdown Challenge for Week 1 and have recorded how many minutes you have walked or run this week.  Don't forget to enter them in to the competition! 

I look forward to seeing you later on this morning. 

Miss Fitch

DISTRICT SPORTS LOCKDOWN CHALLENGES

Wednesday's Walks and Work

Wednesday 17th June

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday.  I have enjoyed reading some of your conversations between Yash and the 'pink-faced man.'  I think you have really picked up on Yash's character well.  I have also enjoyed looking at some of your ideas for new features on mountain boots.  Some really great ideas....I'm not so sure about the prices though! 

Have a look at the photos from yesterday and see if you can spot Joe's bank vole.  It is quite well camouflaged! 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning. 

Miss Fitch

 

Tuesday's Wildlife and Work (Can you find Joe's bank vole? Look carefully)

Tuesday 16th June

Good morning Moore Class.

I hope you had a good day yesterday and maybe managed to use a few proverbs as the day went on?

Have a look at some of the amazing wildlife photos that were sent to me yesterday - from the geese that decided Sam and his sister were their best friends to the adder Joe spotted at the weekend.  If anyone has anymore wildlife photos from recently and you would like to share them, please send them in. 

Well done to T on achieving his Blue Peter badge too!. 

I hope you have a good day today.  Remember there isn't a Class Meeting but there is a Whole School Assembly. 

Miss Fitch

 

 

Monday's Adder, Geese, Cooking and Work

Monday 15th June

Good morning Moore Class. 

I hope you have had a good weekend. 

I decided to go for a new walk yesterday and I was really lucky to see wild deer in the field and woodland I was walking through but unfortunately I didn't get my camera out quickly or quietly enough to take a photo. 

Well done to Naevia for achieving your Blue Peter Badge (Art).

I look forward to seeing you later on this morning. 

Miss Fitch

Friday's Fantastic Work

Friday 12th June

Good morning Moore Class.

Wow!!! The mountain poetry that you wrote and sent to my yesterday was amazing!! You really thought about using ambitious vocabulary and including similes and metaphors.  I really enjoyed reading them.  Thank you. 

I hope you enjoyed the maths investigations as well (I have had some excellent answers!). 

I hope you have a good day today and enjoy the PE activities.  Don't forget to sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge if you can and maybe also some of the PE Lockdown Challenges from the athletics, hockey and tennis clubs. 

Have a good weekend and I look forward to seeing you on Monday. 

Miss Fitch

Thursday's Thoughtful Work

Thursday 11th June

Good morning Moore Class. 

Thank you to everyone who managed to join our class meeting yesterday.  It was brilliant to see so many of you and a few of you I haven't seen for a while.  Well done!! 

I hope you are feeling descriptive, creative and investigative today, as I have given you a Mountain Poetry task and some problem solving in maths! 

I look forward to seeing you later on this morning at our class meeting. 

Miss Fitch

Wednesday's Wonderful Work and Activities

Wednesday 10th June

Good morning Moore Class.  

I hope you had a good day yesterday.  Have a look at the photos I put on the class webpage for yesterday.  Congratulations to Miles for having walked 239 miles during lockdown and then the reward of a 'Yorkshire afternoon tea.'  Also have a look at Isabelle's amazing flower garden and vegetable patch.  I think we can definitely say she has got 'green fingers.'  Well done Isabelle. 

I look forward to seeing you in the class meeting later this morning. 

Have a good day.

Miss Fitch

Tuesday's Tasks and Successes

Tuesday 9th June

Good morning Moore Class. It was lovely to see some of you yesterday in the class meeting.  I'm sorry my internet failed on us again, but at least I got back to joining you quite quickly.  Please always wait for me if this happens, I'll be back as soon as possible.  Thank you for your patience.  

There isn't a class meeting today as we have got a whole school assembly, but I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on Wednesday morning. 

I hope you might enjoy a couple of recipes on today's PPT. (They do link to our work!smiley)

Have a good day, 

Miss Fitch

 

 

Monday's Work

Monday 8th June

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good weekend.  I really enjoyed the rain as it meant I didn't need to water the fruits that I am trying to grow.  I am hoping to get some tayberries, blueberries, blackcurrants and justaberries, but I'm a little worried that the birds will eat all my fruit as they have eaten all the cherries on my neighbours tree. (I'm happy to share with them but I don't think they like to share!)

I'm looking forward to seeing you later this morning at the class meeting. 

Miss Fitch

Friday 5th June

Good morning Moore Class. 

Thank you for all the wonderful photos of work that you have been sending in to me.  I am really impressed again with what you have been doing.  I really enjoyed looking at your maths investigations yesterday - there is some really good thinking. 

I hope you have a good day today and a good weekend.  (Just a reminder: There is no Class Meeting today as I am in school). 

I look forward to seeing you all on Monday. 

Miss Fitch

Thursday's Fun and Thoughts

Thursday 4th June

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you are all well. 

A big thank you to Ms Norris for keeping our Class Meeting going yesterday when my internet failed on me - fingers crossed it won't happen today. 

I hope you are all still busy doing lots of exercise.  I have been really busy exercising so I have a little maths problem for you to solve.  I have cycled 7.5 miles twice a day everyday since Saturday 21st March.  Can you work out how far I have gone and where in the country I might have got to? 

Don't forget to speak to your friends and classmates, especially those you haven't seen for a while. 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning. 

Miss Fitch

Wednesday's Wonderful Work

Wednesday 3rd June

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you had a good day yesterday and were able to enjoy the lovely weather before it starts going a bit cooler. 

The birds in my garden were really busy yesterday.  I have got an extremely intelligent magpie (nicknamed Maggie) who comes to my birdbath to soak big pieces of bread and biscuit she finds throughout the day.  She drops it in there, flies away for a few minutes and then comes back to get it again. Fortunately, the other birds in my garden  - collared doves, blackbirds, thrushes, starlings, goldfinches, robins and wrens - don't seem to take it. 

I look forward to seeing you at the class meeting later this morning if you can make it. 

Have a good day.

Miss Fitch

 

Great work Lianna

Tuesday 2nd June

Good Morning Moore Class. 

It was lovely to see so many of you yesterday at our Class Meeting, - well done for joining a day early! (Ms Norris and I were keen to get started and to see you all!)

There were some brilliant ideas about our new book for this term.  I have tried to load it on from Twinkl but it is too large for me to do so.  It is possible to access it either via the Twinkl website or just through the parts I put on each day.  The title is: The Man Who Bought A Mountain. 

We haven't got a class meeting today as there is a whole school assembly, but I look forward to seeing you on Wednesday. 

Have a good day. 

Miss Fitch

Monday's Marvelous Work (Plus some big fish!)

MONDAY 1ST JUNE

Good Morning Moore Class and welcome back to Term 6.  I hope you were all able to enjoy the lovely weather during the half term break from home schooling. 

We are about to start our final term of this year and find out about our new topic and new book for the term.  I hope you will enjoy our new topics and areas of learning.

Happy birthday to Scarlott and Daisy.  I hope you either had or are having a lovely birthday. 

I look forward to seeing some of you later on this morning at the class meeting. 

Miss Fitch

Kandinsky Inspired Art

Daisy's Animation

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Have a look at Daisy's Lego man animation

Friday 22nd May

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you didn't get too hot yesterday, especially if you took part in the PE lesson with Mr Cunningham - well done everyone who took part. 

Today is the last day of Term 5, so we are finishing our topics and, if you've been reading it with me, The Wrymstooth Crown.  I hope you have a lovely half term break from home-schooling. 

I look forward to seeing you in the class meeting later this morning.  (Hopefully Attenborough will behave today!) 

Miss Fitch

Thursday's Photos

Thursday 21st May

Good morning Moore Class.  I hope you enjoyed the beautiful weather yesterday.  

Thank you so much for all those kind words you surprised me with in the Class Meeting yesterday morning.  It really was very touching! Well done those of you who took part in the PE lesson with Mr Cunningham yesterday, it was really hot but you were all brilliant.  Remember there is another PE lesson today if you would like to join in. 

Remember to speak to each other and maybe you could call or Facetime a friend that you haven't seen or spoken to for a while.  Perhaps you could think of someone in Moore Class you haven't seen and ask if you could contact them! 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning at the class meeting or PE if you can make it. 

Miss Fitch

Look what Joe's snake has been up to!

Wednesday's Work

Wednesday 20th May

Good morning Moore Class. 

A busy day ahead for some of you today!  First, don't forget to register to take part in the Guinness World Record Attempt for the Live drawing lesson with Rob Biddulph from 4-4:30pm today.  We have also got our second Live PE lesson with Mr Cunningham - don't forget to have a ball or a squishy or a ball of socks! 

Thank you for all the lovely work that you have been sending me.  I am so proud of the effort you are putting into your work.  Well done. 

I look forward to seeing you later this morning either in the Class Meeting, Live PE lesson or both! 

Miss Fitch

Tuesday 19th May

Good morning Moore Class. 

I hope you had a good day yesterday and were able to enjoy the lovely weather.  I have got a very cheeky robin in my garden who really doesn't understand social distancing.  He sings to me from about 30cm away!!! (He is very sweet).  It was great to see so many of you at our class meeting yesterday, well done! There isn't a class meeting today as we have got a whole school assembly.  

I look forwards to seeing you in assembly if you can make it. 

Miss Fitch

Monday's work

Monday 18th May

Good morning Moore Class and Happy Birthday Elodie! 

I hope you all had a good weekend and were able to spend sometime outside.  Thank you for all the amazing photos of all the fun activities you have been doing.  It is also really good to see all the hard work that you are doing - I especially enjoyed reading the serf diary entries last week.  Well done. 

I have been sent the information for the two website addresses below.  One is the chance to be part of a Guinness World Record Art Lesson with Rob Biddulph and the other is some incredible optical illusion paintings.  (Thank you for sending both to me).

I look forward to seeing you later on this morning if you can make it. 

Miss Fitch

Hovercraft

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Individual science and engineering investigating!

Friday's Fantastic Work and Fun (and a bit from the weekend!)

Thursday's Gallery (Look out for the sock! Can you guess why it's there?)

A great investigation!

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Wednesday's Work (+ a few pets and other things)

Evie's Exciting Diary and Advice

Thursday's VE Day preparations and Froggy Thoughts and Stone Age Tools!

Darcey's Been Busy!

Wednesday's Wonderful Work

Tuesday's Tasks and activities

Monday's Marvelous Work

James' Investigation.

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Please DO NOT try this alone!! You need a parent / adult with you.

The Night Steed by Eveline Little

The Night Steed by Evie Little

Moore Class have been working hard! (Plus a bit more Bake Off)

Sam's Battle of Hastings Kenning

Thursday's Thoughts and Kennings

The Great Lemon Drizzle Cake Bake Off continues along with Wednesday's Wacky work!

Tuesday's Terrific Tasks! (Taste testing, Cake baking, Seed planting, Instrument making, Work doing, Book reading and more!)

Lemon Drizzle Cake Recipe

Moore Classes Monday!

James' Football Skills

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Another Top Bin!!!

Naevia's Cooking and Artwork

Look what we've been doing

Teddy's Top Bin!

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Football Skills!

James' Activities

Crossbar Challenge!

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Wow!! Watch this......

Thursday's Fantastic Activities

Twinkl website instructions

Some of Wednesday's Wacky Work and Activities

INTERACTIVE BAYEUX TAPESTRY

Here is a great link that Miles has used to construct the Bayeux Tapestry, if you would like to have a go. 

http://bayeuxtapestry.org.uk/interactive/BayeuxCreate.htm

You can see his work on the 'Terrific Tasks from Tuesday' slide below. 

Look what we have been doing! Monday 20th April

A poem from Ms Morash

Ms Norris says "Hello."

Some more amazing 'home' work

Darcey's Great Work

Songs

One Moment, One People

Songs

New Beginnings

James' Activities

Sam's Success

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Sam can fly too!

I can fly!!!

James' work about Guster the Dragon

Tuesday's Terrific Work

Look what Evie's been doing!

Whose great work is this?

Look what Zoe's been doing. Can you guess what is in the bowl?

Daisy's Walks and Work

Isabelle's Rainbow

Joe's Stone Age Weapon - The Dung Stick!

Happy Birthday Freddie from James

James' outdoor learning

Miles' Outdoor learning

Joe's Bronze Age House

Wednesday's Wacky Work!

Look what we've been doing!

Guster's Itches Cure by James

Joe's Day

Lianna's Art and Music

Joe and his assistant

Is it playtime yet?

Moore Class at home (plus Stone Age Paddington!)

Sam's Stone Age House

ALTERNATIVE IDEAS AND ACTIVITIES (IN CASE YOU MEET PROBLEMS - TECHNICAL OR OTHERWISE)

EARTHQUAKE PROOF STRUCTURES

We looked at lots of different buildings from around the world and then lots of tall buildings built in earthquake zones.  We thought about the how they were built and what the structure would need to be like.  We noticed the importance of diagonal struts.  We then planned and built our own earthquake proof structures using just art straws, masking tape and Blue-Tac.  Our structures had to be at least 30cm tall and then had to withstand the 10 second earthquake test table.  Have a look at some of our work and our designs.

EARTHQUAKE PROOF STRUCTURES

VOLCANOES

As part of our topic - TREMORS - there was the option to build a volcano for homework.  Here are some of the amazing creations.  We then decided it would be good to create some eruptions, so on the last day of term we had fun creating lava!

VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS

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VOLCANOES

SHELTER BUILDING IN CASE OF EVACUATION IN THE EVENT OF A VOLCANIC ERUPTION

Moore Class were given important information regarding the possible imminent eruption of a volcano.  They were requested to put together a pack of information for the government to provide to all people who were likely to be affected should it erupt.  One of the tasks was to build a shelter in case people had to live outside away from the danger zones.  They were given just two pieces of equipment and had to work in teams to create a shelter for at least four people. 

SHELTER BUILDING INCASE OF EVACUATION IN THE EVENT OF A VOLCANIC ERUPTION

MOORE CLASS TRIP TO THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

On 30th September Moore Class travelled by train and underground to the Natural History Museum in London. The aim was to achieve their 'Natural history Museum Accredited Diploma in Earthquakes and Volcanoes.  They went to a fun and interactive workshop were they achieved their aim. Then travelled through the 'core' of the Earth to visit the Volcano and Earthquake gallery, where they were able to put into practice their knowledge about what to do in an earthquake, as they experienced an earthquake in the simulation zone.  They all remembered to 'drop, cover and hold on!'

NATURAL HISTORY MUESUM TRIP

AN EXPERIMENT ON A BIRD IN THE AIR PUMP

Moore Class enjoyed looking at and thinking about all the different features of this painting by Joseph Wright of Derby.  One of the ideas they came up with was to portray the different expressions that the characters in the painting were showing.  They decided it would be good to make clay faces showing different expressions.  Have a look at their work below.  They had to work carefully to make sure all the detail was there.  Can you work out the expressions and feelings?

Expressive Clay Faces

LAYERED EARTH PUDDING

This week Moore Class have been learning about the Earth's layers through making Layered Earth Pudding.  Can you identify the different layers?

- The Inner Core

-The Outer Core

- The mantle

- The Crust

They found out about how hot and how deep the different layers were, as well as taking home a tasty pudding to eat!! 

LAYERED EARTH PUDDING

AUTUMN

Welcome back to school and we hope you are looking forward to a great year in Moore Class. We have lots of exciting new topics to learn about.

Keep checking our class page to see what we are doing.

Wednesday 6th February - Easy Lemonade Scones

Could they really be that easy to make?  Just 3 ingredients.

This week we were learning to really measure accurately both using the scales and weighing our flour and using the jug to measure in millilitres.  We also learnt about what to do when the mixture got a bit too sticky and we couldn't use the cutters very easily.   Despite the problems we encountered we were determined to make our scones! 

The end result with some lemon curd was really tasty!  Why not try making these at home?

 

Wednesday 30th January 2019 - Fruit Tarts

For our Scrumdiddlyumptious Topic this week, we learnt how to make fresh fruit tarts.  We learnt new skills for preparing our fruit - including peeling kiwis and coring strawberries.  We also learnt how to make a custard (crème patisserie) to go onto our tart base before we put the fruit on.  We learnt how to crack the eggs and to use an electric whisk to combine the eggs and sugar.  We think they looked and tasted really good and are looking forward to making them again.

GOOD HEALTH WEEK

As part of our Good Health Week and thinking about Healthy Minds and Healthy Bodies, Moore Class took part in 3 days of yoga sessions which they loved.  They are already asking for more!!  The focus and concentration was really good which lead in to focused lessons afterwards.   

On Monday morning we went for a Healthy Walk up to The Cross on the Hill.  It was a bracing walk but the lighting was amazing when we got to the top! 

GOOD HEALTH WEEK - YOGA

HEALTHY WALK

MOORE CLASS BAKERY - WEEK 3 - BLUEBERRY MUFFINS

Having mastered bread making last week, Moore Class branched out this week to make Healthy Blueberry Muffins.  As part of our Good Health Week and our topic, these low sugar blueberry muffins were an ideal recipe.  As well as building on our measuring and instruction reading skills from last week, this week we learnt how to cream together sugar and spread.  We think many of the top chefs would be proud of our creaming!!

MOORE CLASS BAKERY - WEEK 3 - BLUEBERRY MUFFINS

MOORE CLASS BAKERY - WEEK 2 - BREAD MAKING

As part of our Scrumdiddlyumptious Topic this term we baked some bread.  We had to use loads of different skills to do this including: reading a recipe (we looked at the different features such as bullet points, numbered steps and imperative verbs); careful measuring and weighing; learning how to knead and teamwork.  We made 4 different flavoured bread rolls each - plain, cinnamon, raisin and cheese.  When we came back to school the next day we evaluated our bread rolls - cheese and cinnamon were the strong favourites!!

MOORE CLASS BAKERY - WEEK 2 - BREAD MAKING

PIZZA EXPRESS - FRIDAY 11TH JANUARY

As a great introduction to our new topic this term - Scrumdiddlyumptious - which is all about food, we went on an exciting trip to Pizza Express in Sevenoaks, to take part in a pizza making workshop. 

Whilst the adults may have thought 9:30am was a little early for making pizzas, it did not deter our enthusiastic Junior Pizzaiolos.  As well as making pizzas we had an interesting tour of the restaurant and learnt about how orders were sent by computer and how they grind the coffee.   It was a really exciting morning.  By the time we left at 11:10am with our pizzas in our hands we were all feeling really hungry.  Not many pizzas made it back to school whole!!! Thank you very much Pizza Express in Sevenoaks for running the workshop for us.  It was really interesting and good fun!

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL - JANUARY 2019

Welcome back to school and a Happy New Year.  We hope you have all had a lovely holiday and are now ready to start the new year and new term afresh. 

Attached below are the new spellings for this term and our topic homework grid sheet.

 

NO PENS DAY!

Monday 17TH December was  No Pens Day!  Moore Class went into Spellers Wood to collect sticks which they then had to join to create a 5-point star.  They also then made Marshmallow Snowmen - no pens were needed in either task!  In the afternoon we played a range of Maths Games and made Rice Snowmen!

NO PENS DAY!

BATH BOMBS AND CHOCOLATE BAUBLES

For part of our DT and Science work for our Potions topic we have been busy planning, making and designing Bath Bombs and Chocolate Baubles.  We were looking at the changes in the States of Matter and experimenting with different combinations of ingredients to see what would happen.   We then had to design our labels for our products making sure we included the ingredients and any possible warnings or allergies.  The Bath Bombs smelt so good that we had to be careful not to eat these by mistake!!

Bath Bombs and Chocolate Baubles

WHERE HAS MISS FITCH GONE?

Moore Class arrived at school today to discover a skeleton wearing Miss Fitch's glasses and sitting at her desk.  What was happening?  They then had to embark upon a morning of Potion Making under the guidance and direction of Professor TOO and Professor Fan.  Moore Class successfully all achieved their Level 1 Potion Making Certificate through making the following potions: Exploding Elixir, Dancing Unicorn milk, Fleeing Spiders and Mandrake's Restorative Draught.  They also observed the making of Liquid Elements and Magic Mud.  There was fizzing, bubbling, changing of colours and retreating liquids.  Moore Class observed carefully and learnt a lot about the art of potion making. 

LEVEL 1 MAGICAL POTIONS CERTIFICATE - 5TH NOVEMBER 2018

Mr Little's Film and  Sound Presentation

Wednesday 31st October

Moore class had an amazing treat today when Mr Little came in to speak to us about 'Sound and Film editing.'  Everyone was fascinated by how the sound is added onto a film and how long it takes to put together one film.  Moore class were able to ask some excellent questions, such as: If you have bigger ears can you hear better?  How do you become a sound engineer?  How do they make the music sound scary in a film?  

Mr Little's Film and Sound Presentation

What happened to our teacher's voice?

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Waving to Lizzy yarnold and Our 5Km sponsored Walk

 

Useful Documents

What Makes Ten? Number Bonds

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