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Eagles Class

 

Class Teacher - Mr Legg

Teaching Assistants - Miss Ripley and Mrs Case

Class email - eagle@luddenham.kent.sch.uk

 

Welcome to Eagles Class page. Please look here for information on Eagles Class routines, homework and key dates. Also displayed on this page will be details and pictures of the activities that are going on in Eagles Class. Have fun exploring!

What our class looks like at the moment

Half Term British Library Writing Challenge!

 

Some of the oldest children's books in The British Library are smaller than our hands! They have shared some of these mini-books and have tasked you to create one for yourself! To find out more information about these tiny stories and how to make your own, please follow the link below.

 

If you make one of your own, we would love to see your pictures! Please send them over to Miss Reddey at peacock@luddenham.kent.sch.uk and we'll proudly display them on our Reasons to be Cheerful page. You'll even get a certificate for taking part in the challenge!

Faversham 2040: Your Vision for Our Future - Arts Competition

 

Faversham Town Council and Neighbourhood Plan have launched a competition to see what Faversham will look like in 2040 through the eyes of the town's youth. The competition is for Creative Art open to all young people of school age. You may decide to make a poster, develop a cartoon or create a piece of graphic art. You can also submit a piece of creative writing - maybe a poem, letter or song. You could even make a model or sculpture - it's completely up to you.

 

Have you ever thought about how you would like Faversham to be in the future? To join in with this visionary competition you are invited to create art that imagines an exciting, optimistic, sustainable future for our town, that reflects all or a part of your Vison for Faversham 2040 (they have asked for no zombies, aliens, meteor strikes, intergalactic space battles etc. - they are looking for ideas that are ambitious but possible!)

 

Entries will be judged by the Mayor and prizes will be given for the best entries. The prizes will be in the form of vouchers up to £25 in value.

 

Further information about this competition and how to submit a piece can be found on the competition website via the link below. Good Luck!

Home Music Learning

 

During the lockdown period caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, we now have the opportunity to provide music learning at home. Luddenham School uses the Charanga Musical School online interactive scheme, which has produced new “Music at Home Packages” for each year group, so that children can access and enjoy music education from home.

 

We also have a school song to learn, which is Lean On Me, which we thought was quite appropriate to the current situation! This song is available to access in the same place.

 

Please follow the link below to log on. If you haven't received your login details yet, or if you have any questions or problems, please contact me at eagle@luddenham.kent.sch.uk

Luddenham Distance Dancing

 

Each weekday, we are following a Just Dance routine and sending the clips to Miss Allingham to create an overall dance video, as although we are not all together, we can come together through the dance videos which are created. Please follow the link below to our Reasons to be cheerful! page to watch all of the videos and to see which dances are coming up in order to join in. Video clips can be sent via WhatsApp to 07955709006 or via email to robin@luddenham.kent.sch.uk. We look forward to seeing your dancing faces!

Taskmaster

 

Fancy turning you bathroom into a venue for a cool night out? Recreating an epic sporting moment in your kitchen? Hiding from sight and then revealing yourself? Alex Horne from Taskmaster has been setting some crazy challenges like these for you to try at home! Please see more details by following the link below. Have fun!

Purple Mash Class Blog

 

Eagles Class now has a class blog on Purple Mash which you should all be able to go on and post activities, stories and pictures, or just use to keep in touch! This would be a good way for you to chat and share what you are up to!

 

To access it, login to your Purple Mash account (a link is available below). Click the green "Sharing" icon on the top toolbar. Then click "Shared Blogs" and you should find the "Eagles Class Blog". When you are on the blog, click the green + symbol in the top right of the screen to add an entry. Only our class can access or see what is posted. Have fun!

Purple Mash Free Trial

 

We have an exciting free trial of the online learning resource Purple Mash. Please contact Mrs Mannings (mmannings@luddenham.kent.sch.uk) for your own activation details!

Position, Directions and Turns

 

Eagles Class took part in a practical position, directions and turns activity by working in pairs. One partner acted as a “robot”, with the other partner giving them instructions about steps forward and turns to left and right, in order to get from Point A to Point B without walking into obstacles.

Halves and Quarters - Drawing and Sharing

 

Eagles Class has been exploring fractions by drawing circles split into halves and quarters on the playground with chalk. We have used the chalk fractions to help us share cubes and find one half or one quarter of a number. Here are some of the class at work!

Baker's Shop Sensory Poems

MJ's Poem
TM's Poem
SG's Poem
ED's Poem
CB's Poem
Lovely sensory poems about a baker's shop!

Year 1 have been doing some wonderful things at home!

Letter reply to a message in a bottle
A "What happened next?" story
A letter to Nana!
Toasting marshmallows!
Raspberry picking in the garden!
Practising inverting number sentences
Exclamation sentences!
A sensory Pippety poem
Using pencils and pens for an array!
Array close-up
A Pippety paper plane!
Thoughts on the story of Pippety Skycap
Quiz questions answered
A dramatic warning poster!
Riddle answers
What would be found in a giant's pocket?
Items found on a treasure hunt!
Treasure hunt report
A tricky pixie about!
Mixing playdough
Using items to make imprints
Imprints left in the dough
A close-up!
Playdough waffles!
A short story about princesses who built a rocket!
Seasons pictures and facts
A warning poster about Pippety Skycap!
Creating a picture using sea glass
The finished masterpiece!
Using Numicon for maths!
Enjoying the Great Fire of London board game!
A detailed report on ants
A delicious cake described!
A daily routine
Estimates and results for activities in 1 minute
A lovely cake description!
Draw with Rob's world record art lesson attempt!
There were 47,000 participants!
The final picture!
A close-up of the picture!
Examining how full containers are
Descriptions matched to containers!
Measuring a container in cups
More measuring
Capacity investigation - estimates and results!
All containers used in the investigation
Rocket Rescue phonics!
Work on capacity - matching descriptions
Measuring capacity!
Estimates and results for measuring capacity
Minibeast Hunt 1
Minibeast Hunt 2
Minibeast Hunt 3
Final minibeast report on snails!
A fantastic poster on the Great Fire of London!
Excellent maths work on capacity!
Painting a beautiful sea picture
The finished masterpiece!
Working with coins
A walk in the woods
An origami fortune teller!
Working out coin values
Matching coins and notes to prices
Thinking of questions
A phonics miscellany!
Completed maths sheets
Asking questions
Jumbled number sentences
Money mastery activities
Identifying real and nonsense words
Using spellings in sentences
Working hard on handwriting
Tent decorated for VE Day!
Toasting marshmallows
Shoelace practice!
Adding coins to match prices
Spelling test
Ten out of ten!
Drawing a house in chalk
Removing the tape
The finished picture!
An excellent Great Fire of London timeline!
A picture of the Great Fire of London
VE Day Bunting ready for 8th May!
Magnificent Maths!
More Magnificent Maths!
Work on using questions
Word examples
Comprehension
Full stops, question marks and exclamation marks
Thoughts on a story
Cutting out!
Sticking in!
Hard at work on more maths!
Being creative!
Number sequences
The Great Fire of London - Timeline Part 1
The Great Fire of London - Timeline Part 2
The Great Fire of London - Timeline Part 3
Numbers as words handwriting practice
Number bonds to 10
One more and one less
Sentence practice
Ten out of ten!
Ready to explore!
Preparing the ingredients
Into the frying pan!
A good walk
Ice lollies outside the tent!
Grooming
More grooming
Riding
Come to the right!
Playing Cluedo!
Making banana and chocolate muffins
The finished product!
Washing up!
Sorting pictures for a lockdown scrapbook
Painting in progress
Painting finished!
New spellings sentences!
Writing to a friend
Scooter postal service!
Making cheesy puffs
The finished product!
Washing the car with Daddy!
Thoughts about a story
Baking cupcakes!
Careful comprehension
A beautifully decorated fan
Lockdown handprints
Construction in progress!
More construction work
Road built!
Planting area
Riding a jet ski!
Jigsaw puzzle!
Chopping vegetables for spaghetti bolognese
Spaghetti bolognese on the go!
Magnificent maths!
Beautiful handwriting
Great Fire of London timeline and captions
Great Fire of London timeline and captions cont.
Numerals and words
Hard at work!
Putting together an embroidery rainbow necklace
How do I look?
Playing a telling the time game!
Planting sunflowers
Playing Jenga!
A chalk road map in the garden
A rainbow of hope
Making cakes
Ready to eat!
An Easter egg hunt
Found one!
And another!
Keeping in touch with friends
Riding a bike through the orchard
Playing Monopoly!
Spelling practise
Completed activity packs
Excellent tens and ones!
Comprehension questions
A beautiful butterfly coloured by adding numbers
One more and one less
Using common exception words
Handwriting practise
Adjectives and number bonds to 10
Handwriting and spelling
Grouping and sharing
Halving and Story - A Bunny Part 1
Story - A Bunny Part 2
Story - A Bunny Part 3
Shape hunt and Story - A Bunny Part 4
Birthday girl!
Film review
Gruffalo mask
All about woodland animals!
A retelling of The Gruffalo
The Robbery - Part 1 of an imaginative story
A Gruffalo poem!
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone reviewed!
An endorsement from the postman!
Two friends
Keeping in touch with friends
An Easter egg hunt
Fun in the sun!
Birthday girl!
Birthday cakes!
Hard at work
A brilliant bunny!
Brownies - Stage 1
Brownies - Stage 2
Brownies - The Final Product!
Hard at work!
Look at everything I've done!
Fun in the sun!
A handsome colour by addition parrot!
Using Hama beads
Making cakes
Just out of the oven!
Self-portrait painting in the garden
A well-earned picnic!
Rainbows of hope
Hard at work!
Making pancakes...
...and eating them!
Working out odd and even numbers!
Making pasta
A lovely story!
Marvellous maths!
Rainbows in the window
Lego Challenge
Lego Challenge
Joe Wicks Daily Workout
Story writing
Wish jars
A self-portrait
Making lunch!
Making lunch!
Counting in 10s for paying for "tuck shop" treats!
Walking the dogs (out of picture!)
Collecting for a nature tray while on a dog walk
Watching a documentary on World War I tanks
A follow-up World War I tanks report!
Writing about Pokemon cards!
Handwriting practice
8/10 on last week's spellings!

A cool science experiment!

Still image for this video
Drawing with dry wipe marker pen on a plate. The drawings then float(!) when water is poured onto the plate!

An imaginative story bringing Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk and the Three Bears together for the first time!

Phonics Play

Class Routine

 

Please click on the document below to find out more about Eagles Class routine.

 

Reading Groups will be organised by Guided Reading groups (Ants, Bears, Cats, Dogs and Elephants). The children should put their bookbag into the right box when they enter the classroom in the morning, and their contact book into appropriate small box placed with each bookbag box. Each child will be issued with a set day for changing their reading book, although they are of course able to change their book on any other days as well if they need to. If it is a child's set day for changing their reading books, they should go to the library when they arrive at school in the morning and change their reading book before coming on to the playground.

We had lots of fun using our senses to explore different foods.

International Week

 

Eagles Class rounded off their International Week activities by "visiting" different countries around the world with their passports! They did Japanese artwork (Asia), Brazilian carnival masks (South America) and French music (Europe). Here are some pictures of how they got on!

Rock Star Day

 

Eagles Class enjoyed joining in with all the fun of Rock Star Day. Here they are getting involved by completing Eye of the Tiger Just Dance!

Roald Dahl Day 2019

 

Eagles Class enjoyed dressing up for Roald Dahl Day!

Fairness, Leadership, Imagination, Grit, Honesty, Team Work

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