Who We Want To Be

In Rimon class, we have got off to a busy start.
Our theme for this term is ‘Who we want to be’ which we have enjoyed discussing from a number of different angles.
In Literacy, we are learning about morals and about making good and bad choices.  We enjoyed watching and listening to a number of stories including, ‘The boy who cried wolf’, ‘The hare and the tortoise’ and ‘The rainbow fish’.  We identified the morals in these stories and are practising implementing these into our school day.
In Maths, we are continuing to challenge ourselves with place value, addition and subtraction.  Some children have been practising representing numbers in different ways and have been collecting lovely Autumn leaves to use in their Maths lesson for counting. All the children have been working hard and it really shows as they are improving their addition and counting skills.
In topic we are looking back at inspirational people and why they are an inspiration to us.  We are also discussing people in Gesher school and in our community, who help us and keep our community safe and clean.  In art and design, we are using Banksy’s artistic techniques and are excited to create our own Banksy inspired work.
I am really proud of everyone in Rimon class as we have been practising being a good friend to one another.  We remember to use kind hands and have been working as a team in some of our PSHE games.  It has been a great start to the new half term.

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