Reception Rothko exploring Empty and Full
The children used containers and water to explore Full and empty - and half full or half empty
We are a container half full kind of school!
Nursery Pollock class and Reception Rothko class using scales to explore mass / heaviness and lightness using scales
In Maths the notion of heaviness introduces 'more than. and 'less than' when we consider if an object is heavier than another.
Here, Reception children are looking at…
Year 5 Shonibare and some guests from year 4 Blake worked on place value in an unusual setting.
They have been reinforcing learning from last year on place value so they could remember and secure their learning about what to do when multiplying or dividing by 10 and it's multiples.
In maths, in year 3 Picasso class, we have been using place value grids and place value counters to support our understanding of column addition. Sometimes the addition requires us to exchange ten ones for one ten and sometimes it requires us to exchange ten tens for one hundred. It helped us…
The children in Reception Rothko class compared sizes using the different playdough cutters.
The Reception Rothko class were sorting items and comparing bears by colour
Year 1 Mondrian children have been working in their maths lessons on Wholes and Parts...
Learning to count using props and singing number rhymes
Nursery children having fun learning numbers outdoors.
Reception Rothko class children had a huge giggle in singing the song '5 little monkeys jumping in a bed' to help them to learn how to count backwards.
The Reception Rothko class children had tremendous fun building structures using a variety of materials to see what would stand up and what would not.
Year 2 were making number lines to help them count in 1s and 10s