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Winscombe Primary School


Welcome to Red Class

Mrs Mistry teaches Red Class on Monday

Mrs Pemberton teaches Red Class for the rest of the week.

Our amazing classroom assistants are Miss Hardwick and Mrs Bush.

We also have Mrs Orme who is supporting individual children. 

A big THANK YOU to Mrs Williams ,Mrs Stoves, Mrs Lewis and Mrs Stringer  who come in to help us.








We all joined in an outside socially distanced good bye and good luck to Year 6, Mr Tucker and Miss Vertigans.

                  Home Learning

Happy Easter to Red Class.

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Red Class Reminders

* PE is on Monday and Friday

* Outdoor Explorers is on a Monday

* Show and Tell is on a Friday afternoon

* Library sessions are every other Tuesday

* Reading books will be changed on Monday,  Wednesday and Friday

We supported Sports Relief by dressing up in sports clothes. We had a danceathon in the hall and we started our 'Daily Mile' in the playground.

We enjoyed celebrating World Book Day with the whole school, Year 3 and our reading buddies in Year 5. We shared our favourite books from home.

We have been looking at the best way to wash our hands. We learnt a song so we could wash our hands properly.

We discussed different ways to launch rockets. We enjoyed seeing how far the rockets flew.

We learnt about Shrove Tuesday. We celebrated by making and eating pancakes. We wrote instructions on how to make them so Mrs Bush would know how to make them for her family. Can you see who popped in for a pancacke?

Sadie told us all about her uncle in Australia. We felt so sorry for the koala bears in the fires, so we made some pouches for them. We learnt how to use a sewing machine.

We have been looking at different dinosaurs. We have made our own clay dinosaurs. We have frozen dinosaurs and tried different ways to release them. The weather was so bad we couldn't go to The Strawberry Line to hunt for dinosaur bones however we hunted for them in the classroom. Can you see which dinosaurs we made?

Dinosaur Roar

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We celebrated Chinese New Year. We explored different Chinese objects. We listened to the Chinese New Year story. We made rat masks for year of the rat and we went on a procession around the school.

Thank you to all of our 'Mystery Readers' that have come in so far this year. We love listening to you reading us a story.

We started Term 3 with a maths week and explored different mathematical activities . We ended our week by measuring ingredients to make gingerbread people.

We have enjoyed celebrating Christmas. We have had taken part in our nativity, made crafts and even gone on an elf hunt. Thank you very much to our PTFA for the brilliant disco.

We will remember them. We learnt that we remember soldiers on 'Poppy day'.

We have been creating art work based on the work of Jackson Pollock to celebrate Bonfire night. We have also been using resources in the classroom to make firework pictures.

Mrs Mistry has taught us all about Diwali. She told us the Diwali story using shadow puppets. We have done Indian dancing, dressed in Indian clothes and made Indian crafts.

Our Indian dancing.

We have been exploring the world around us. We have been investigating Autumn. We have been learning how to cross the road safely.

We love working inside as well as outside. Thank you to David Bush Joinery for making that easier with our lovely outside tables.

A HUGE BIG THANK YOU to Lynn and Becky for our Harvest Lunch. Thank you to all the parents that shared the lunch with us. Thank you also to Darcy G’s nanny for some beautiful flowers.

Some of the children decided to dress up and have a dance today. KEEEEEEEEEEP DANCING.

We have been using the I pads. Learning our letters and sounds and taking pictures of things in the classroom.

We have been enjoying Outdoor Explorers. We have been making art work like the artist Andy Goldsworthy.

We have had a lovely fortnight settling into Red Class.

We have read 'We're Going On A Bear Hunt ' . We have illustrated the story by exploring different ways to mark make.