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Miss Shinn Farley Class

                 Welcome to Farley class!

Key information:

Outdoor Learning is every Tuesday - please bring in old clothes, a coat and wellies.

PE is every Tuesday and Friday

Home Learning - homework is sent home on Fridays, is written on our learning summary and included on our class page. Please return by the following Wednesday (Thursday at the latest). 

Thank you!

September Arrangements

Farley Class key points:

Our day starts at 8.50am and finishes at 3.05pm.

Please do not arrive too early to avoid congestion.

Drop off and collection: outside the hall.

Children to only bring in their book bag, a bottle of water and lunch.

On Tuesdays, please send in children wearing school PE kit.

Farley class- Santa Claus is coming to town- 2020

Christmas art!

No electricity day! We spent the day discussing non-renewable and renewable energy, our carbon footprint and how we can approve it AND planted a cherry tree!

We designed and made digestive system t-shirts!

We got into the Christmas spirit and put up our class Christmas tree! ☃️🎄

We explored the process of digesting food in outdoor learning 😁

Odd socks for Anti-bullying week 🧦

Today we SAW the importance of brushing our teeth!

Performing the poem ‘Louder than a clap of thunder’

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We made abstract poppy art linked to Remembrance Day

'Mini teachers'- Solving column subtraction (exchanging)- Farley class

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Exploring whether different foods are healthy or unhealthy by looking at packaging!

Noun, verb and adjective song!

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Treasure Ahoy! We played a pirate game to revise our understanding of addition and subtraction!

Farley Class- Stone Age Monuments

Steel drums!

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Farley class- Stone Age cooking show (Tribal tales)

As part of our English unit we have been exploring the text 'UG- Boy Genius of the Stone Age' by Raymond Briggs. In the story, Ug is fed up of eating 'disgus...

We designed, made and evaluated a Stone Age tools for our D&T project!

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We had our first ‘Virtual Celebration Assembly’!!!

15.09.20 We had SO much fun in forest school, learning about the importance of fire in the Stone Age and making our very own fires. We also had a go at making our own stone circles, similar to Grey Weather and Stonehenge.... WOW!

14.09.20 We have been locating ‘Grey Wethers‘ (stone circles) on maps of Dartmoor!

10.09.20 We have been making secondary colours and creating our own colour monsters!

08.09.20 Gymnastics With Mrs Holland

Optional Summer Project

 

Next term, we are learning all about prehistoric history (Stone Age to Bronze Age). We would love you to research and find out information about this period in history. Consider:

 

  • What was life like during this time?
  • How did they build their homes?
  • How did they gather food?
  • What did they wear?
  • What were the communities like?
  • How was life different to now?

 

It would be fantastic if you could present your research to share with your class in September (present however you like).

Have a fantastic summer, we cannot wait to see you in September smiley

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