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E-Safety Officers Update

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

 

St John’s E-Safety Officers meet every week to discuss important issues and make sure our whole school understands how to stay safe online. This week we are bringing you our top tips!

 

1. My top tip is to always not to give people your password  out and not tell people you phone number.

 

By Charlie,3T

 

2. My top tip is to remember ‘Before you click click click you need to think think think and tell someone.’

 

By Charlotte, 3T

 

3. My top tip is to always ask an adult and to think before you click. Never to speak to people you don’t know online

 

By Elisia Sellar 4P

 

4. My top for being safe on line is don’t read a messages if you don’t know the person. 

 

Ella Harness, 3CT

 

5. My top tip for staying safe online is to never meet up with someone or don’t give them your phone number or address.

 

By  Freddy miller, 4P

 

6. My top tip for staying safe online is to never ever trust someone that you have never met.

 

By Harry, 5E

 

7. My top tip is to never click on something if you don’t know what it is.

 

By Gianluca, 4L

 

8. My top tip is don’t talk to anyone online that you don’t know.

 

By Tabitha, 4L

 

Year 2 – Writing and art

Thursday, 15 October 2015

This week we have really enjoyed writing our own stories about the Minions going on an adventure to Kenilworth Castle! Miss Blower is really proud because we have taken pride, shown independence and persevered – these are some of our school learning words. Next week we will post some to share with you.

In art, Mrs Pollard showed us some sketching techniques and we sketched our own landscape picture of Kenilworth Castle using some of the pictures we took on our school trip. We will share some pictures soon!

 

Year 2 Learning

Wednesday, 30 September 2015

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In Year 2, we have had a brilliant start to the year. The best thing so far has been our trip to Kenilworth Castle, our topic is ‘What would the Minions find Interesting about Kenilworth?’ so we have been researching some of the most interesting places in Kenilworth. We certainly think the Minions would love the castle! We explored the ruins, climbing to the top for beautiful views, went on a picture hunt around the gatehouse and even got to sit on a throne like a real King or Queen as well as dress up like some of the people who used to live in the castle!  This week we are looking forward to learning more geography, P.E as well as maths, check the blog at the end of the week to see what we have learnt.

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Celebration Assembly

Friday, 3 July 2015

This week the winners of the Pride Points were 3T. Well done! We hope you enjoy your extra playtime.

The attendance owl was won by Miss Gill’s reception class. They had 100% attendance this week.

Surprise, surprise, the greens were the team point winners of the week as well and being in the lead overall!

 

 

Year 3 Cave Painting

Monday, 29 June 2015
In year 3,we have been learning about cave men. One Friday afternoon we went outside to do cave paintings , we mushed up blackberries, raspberries , beetroot , strawberrys ,rose pettles blueberrys , pomegranate seeds and charcole .Then we put sand inside the mushed up fruits to  have coluring to our painting.
 
Find out what happened next when we write again on Friday!
 
By Jason and Stella, Year 3

2H Circus Assembly

Monday, 29 June 2015

On Wednesday the children of 2H put on a fantastic circus theme assembly! They amazed the audience with their amazing gymnastics and knowledge of the history of circus rides. Mrs Baker was so impressed that they had all remembered their words and had spoken so well. Thank you for entertaining us all 2H, maybe we will see some on you on the stage one day!

Year 3 Animations

Monday, 22 June 2015

Animation

House points and pride points

Monday, 22 June 2015

RF won the pride points with 61 points.

House points

Yellow and red 3rd, blue 2nd and green 1st

Yellow 4th, red 3rd, blue 2nd and green 1st

Well done green!

By Faith, Year 6

Children teach the teachers

Monday, 22 June 2015

Learning was turned upside down this morning when all of the year 5 children taught the teachers how to do some Activate exercises!

When the teacher’s entered the classroom, all of year 5 were ready to go. They have been taking part in Activate exercises twice a day for the last 3 weeks, now it was their moment to teach the teachers! The teachers were so impressed with the children’s professionalism and ability to perform the moves so well…I think the teacher’s have now got some practicing to do themselves.

The feedback from the children about the daily exercises was amazing. All children enthused about how it helps them get ready for their learning and are more focussed. All of the teachers are excited to take their new learning to their own classes and start doing the daily exercises with their own class!

 

Mysterious, magical character in Key Stage 1

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

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Keep visiting our blog to find out who this mysterious character is! In Key Stage 1 we are preparing for our new topic ‘All The Fun of The Fair’, everyone is getting excited about our new learning all about the circus, fairground and designing our own adventure playground.