Welcome to Lees Hall Woods' class page on our school website.
Here you will be able to see our exciting learning activities that we get up to with Mrs Smith and Mrs Knowles.
Our first topic in the Autumn term will be 'Changing our World', with this we will find out about British settlements created by theAnglo Saxons.
We will also carry out many challenges to try and answer our philosophical question,
'Is it ever alright to invade another country?'
Watch this space...
Welcome to Lees Hall!
Class Teacher: Mrs. S. F. Smith.
Teaching Assistant: Mrs. J. Knowles.
Our class motto : 'Be the Change You want to See'!
Reading is our number 1 priority! In class we love to read and value the knowledge and the skills it gives us! Reading literacy is crucial to functioning well in adult life. We are having a half-termly 'Bug Club' competition, where the child who has read the most books receives a reward!
This term our topic has had a history theme and we have been studying ' Britain's Settlement by the Anglo-Saxons and Scots'. The children have produced lots of wonderful 'historical' writing, created illuminated letters and outstanding homework projects!
In literacy we have created newspaper articles based on the events in Beowulf.
We are learning how to calculate the perimeter and area of simple 2D shapes and compound rectilinear shapes.
We have had lots of fun investigating and making different shapes to calculate the perimeter. We have been using Lego, cubes and geoboards.
We have developed our measuring skills by using rulers to measure different simple and rectilinear shapes.
Using the book ‘Spaghetti and Meatballs for All! A mathematical story’ we have deepened our skills by investigating word based problems.
Science: Our New topic is : Properties of Materials
We will be learning to:
Our focus will be studying Scripture that shows how we are called, by God, to belong to His family. We will learn of the rights and responsibilities of being 'called'.
Keep a look out on our blog for further news and learning updates!
We visited a Jewish Synagogue to learn more about the Jewish religion and their history.
For Armistice Day each child created a poppy as a symbol of Remembrance
Armistice day this year marked the day World War One ended, at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918.
For Anti-bullying Week we came to school in odd socks to celebrate our individuality and what makes us all unique!
In ICT we have been learning about algorithms.
Using a paint program we have created some Christmas themed algorithmic artwork.
Anglo-Saxon Open Event Tuesday 18th December 2018