Draper Class

This week we made some fantastic and creative Christmas tree decorations. The children raised a lot of money for the school and they should be very proud of themselves. Well done everyone. I am wishing you all a merry Christmas and a happy new year.

Miss Smith











This week we transformed into palaeontologists! These are people who dig up and look at fossils around the world. To do this we firstly made our own unique fossils. Then, we dug them up and looked at their intricate details. It was a brilliant afternoon and since then some children have brought in some fossils from home. Well done everyone!

Miss Smith



This week we transformed into brainy scientists and learnt all about fossils. We researched what a fossil was, wrote a definition in our own words and finally we made our own fossils. How cool is that! The children were extremely engaged and creative with their designs. Congratulations Drapers.

Miss Smith









This week we worked our socks off in Maths! We practised adding and subtracting numbers that involve crossing or exchanging. It was extremely tricky, but with the help of some resources we finally cracked it. Well done Drapers!

Miss Smith



























This week we practised performing a poem to the front of the class. We read a very funny poem: Alien Who Stole My Underpants and tried bringing it to life by adding different ranges of expression and actions to the performance. Well done for giving 100%
Miss Smith










This week the children were very excited about starting the Autumn Term Topic: The Stone Age. As a hook, the classroom was transformed into a Stone Age cave! The children sat under the tables (in their caves) and looked at a range of Stone Age pictures in the dark whilst listening to some Stone Age themed music. They learnt a lot about what life was like in the Stone Age and they cant wait for what the rest of the term brings. Neither can I!

Miss Smith











This week Draper class was lucky enough to have their famous class name, Daniella Draper, come into school and answer lots of their questions. She also supported them when they designed their own jewellery. Well done Draper class. Your manners were impeccable and you all represented the school.

 

Miss Smith





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This week Draper class worked together to understand the differences between a noun, adjective and verb. They were very kind and supportive towards each other which I was very impressed by. Well done Drapers! Your hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed.

 

Miss Smith