Scroll to content translate log-in scopay search log-out
Beauclerc Primary School home page

Beauclerc

Infant & Nursery School

Learning to Succeed, Succeeding to Learn

Where in the world does our food come from?

Our big question this term is

Where in the world does our food come from?

 

As we go on this learning journey we will discover where our food comes from. We will learn about: plants and what a plant is, the history of farming, common wild flowers, garden flowers, the importance of creatures like earthworms and bees and the life cycle of a garden. We will observe and record our findings.

Week 1

We had a great first week back!

 

On Tuesday we introduced our new big question and we thought carefully about what we would like to find out. 

 

In English.  we have started our story Eddie's Garden and how to make thing grow. We are consolidating  grammar we have covered so far in this academic year.

 

In Maths we have revised counting in 2s and 5s. We have been consolidating our counting before starting multiplication and division next week.

 

In geography we have learned to match the seasons to the month of the year. We created season wheels to help us achieve this learning objective.

 

In Spanish we have started learning about fruit (las frutas). We will be continuing to learn about fruit in Spanish this term.

 

Week 2 

This week has been an exciting diving into our big question.

 

We have continued our story of Eddie's Garden and how to make things grow. We have been writing sentences ensuring we are using adjectives, verbs, conjunctions and plurals using the suffix 's'. 

 

In maths we have started our unit on multiplication and division. Children have been counting in 10s and grouping an amount making sure they are equal!

 

In geography we have been going out into our wildlife area. We have discussed what we would say to someone who wanted to visit. Who would that person be? What would they see? Does it change over time? How and why does it do this?

 

In art the children loved creating art work inspired by Andy Goldsworthy (sculptor, photographer and environmentalist). They worked in pairs to  create land art using natural materials in a urban setting. 

 

... and so much more!

 

Please remember we have coffee morning on Tuesday 3rd May at 9am in the school hall! 

 

Have a great weekend.