Teversham CE VA Primary School

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Kingfisher Class

Welcome to Kingfisher Class

Meet the team

Class teacher - Miss Godfrey

Management Cover - Mrs Lander (Thurs)

Teaching Assistants - Mrs Lander, Mrs Farrer, Ms Hodden-Brown (Thurs)

PPA cover - Mrs Taylor (Music) Mr Mead (P.E.)

Pied Piper Puppet Show - Norwich Theatre Company come to visit

Marble treat number 4 - An afternoon of fun outside. Well done Kingfisher Class!

D.T. - exploring winding mechanisms before making our own

Measuring in maths - using a trundle wheel to measure in metres.

Capacity - learning to read scales in millilitres

Perfecting our throwing techniques in athletics - javelins

Looking for mini-beasts in our science lesson and using our computing skills to take photos.

Celebrating our 3rd Marble treat - watching a film with popcorn.

Exploring fractions in 2D shapes

Performance Poetry - Learning the actions to help us recite the poems.

Making Puppets - Sewing and adding the detail, following our plans.

D.T. Exploring different types of puppets - glove, finger, stick, sock puppets, and puppets on a string.

Marble Treat Number 2 - An afternoon of party games

We had a great afternoon playing lots of different party games such as Musical Statues, Musical Bumps, Duck Duck Goose, Grandma's Footsteps to name but a few. Well done Kingfisher Class, keep earning those marbles so that we can have treat number 3.

Christmas Jumper Day & making party hats for Christmas lunch.

Printing - repeating patterns

Making symmetrical pictures

ICT Programming - Writing algorithms and debugging using Bee-bots

Design Technology - Investigating and exploring axles of vehicles

Sorting materials - learning about recycling.

Thinking about the accuracy of our instructions to help our instruction writing.

We have enjoyed our first Marble Treat of the year - a DVD and popcorn.

Exploring 2D shapes and their properties

Supporting Children In Need

Science - Working together to investigate materials and how waterproof they are.

Remembrance Day Work

Harvest Festival - working together to create our display

Anti-Bullying Week

In Kingfisher Class we have talked about what bullying is, what it would feel like to be bullied and what we should do if we were worried about being bullied. We thought about 5 people that we could talk to and who could help us. We wrote their names on hands to remind of us who we could go to. We also reminded ourselves of Teversham School's 3 key messages.

1. Say "Stop it, I don't like it!"

2. Tell, Tell, Tell!

3. Don't be a bystander.

Our first Ocarina lesson

Starting back to school - Who can we ask questions to?

When starting back at school we had lots of questions about how things have changed, both in and out of school. We used the book 'Here We Are' by Oliver Jeffers to think about how things have changed and what a wonderful world we live in even if it is different at the moment. As a class we discussed who we could ask questions to. We then made a display to share our ideas.