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Welcome to Moss Class!

Children in Moss Class have settled in to school life wonderfully.  They have been very busy this week, making new friends and exploring their new school environment.  It has been a great start to the year for all of the children - well done! 

We’ve been applying our knowledge of numerals in the construction area

We’ve been partitioning 5

We’ve been practising our tricky word spellings!

Our Busy Feet adventure into the Jungle

Today we explored different fruits using our senses!

Rainbow challenge: Marble Run

Rainbow challenge: Marble Run 1
Rainbow challenge: Marble Run 2
Rainbow challenge: Marble Run 3

2D shapes & repeating patterns

Books we have read! 


Each morning in Moss Class, the children have a choice of two story books to vote for.  Every child is read the blurb and has an opportunity to look at the front cover of the story before making their choice.  Once all of the children have made their choice, we count the votes for each book.  The book with the most votes is read as our 'end of the day' story and the other is put back into the selection for the following day.  


Below are the books that the children have already chosen.  

Our 'Value of the Month' for September is trust


Today, Mrs Bartlett read us the story of 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf'.  We discussed how the boy, Peter, and the villagers were feeling throughout the story and what had caused them to feel that way.  We spoke about the importance of telling the truth, and how if we are recognised to always tell the truth, then people, parents, teachers and friends, will trust what we are saying. 

Our Listening Walk

This morning we went on our first listening walk. First, we listened to 'The Listening Walk', then we talked about what we need to do to make us good listeners.


We decided that to be a good listener we need to be:

quiet and still. 


Click below to listen to 'The Listening Walk' being read.  Perhaps, you could go on your own listening walk?  What will you hear?

On our listening walk this morning we heard:

  • aeroplanes
  • cars
  • children playing
  • banging
  • children talking
  • a Wood Pigeon
  • other birds
  • leaves rustling. 


Mrs Bartlett was very impressed with our listening. 


Our Morning Activities