Welcome to Falcons
Welcome to Falcons Class web page. 
Mr Jowett and Mrs Dorrington are always available to speak to and answer your questions. You will find us on the playground at the beginning of the day. Please say hello when you drop off your child.
We are looking forward to a busy and rewarding term.
All the children have a written timetable which they can share with you. It is to remind them how each day flows!
We will check the children's Learning Diaries each Tuesday morning. Please make sure they have these and that they have read 5 times a week. It really makes a difference to the children's reading and comprehension skills.
PE kit should be in school each day and they will need their swimming kit and towel on Tuesdays.
Spellings are tested on Fridays and new spellings are given out for the following week. Please remind the children to bring their spelling books to school on a Friday. 
Please speak to us if there is anything else we can help with.
Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th September
We have had a great time this week digging up the vegetables we planted last year. We were amazed by how much had grown! The kitchen staff very kindly cooked them for us to try - they were yummy!  
Friday 6th September
Ancient Greece WOW day.
Falcons class have had a fantastic day dressed as Ancient Greeks. We listened to the story of Medusa and created our own Medusa head, covered in writhing snakes produced by the children.
We spent the afternoon making and eating traditional greek food and performing traditional greek dances.
We hope you enjoy the pictures..
Friday 27th September 
Design and Technology Day
Today Falcons completed their design challenge. As part of our Greek topic work everyone designed and made an authentic sandal. Some children worked alone and some worked in teams to complete the task. 
What fantastic designs. Some are in our photo gallery for yo to enjoy.
Wednesday 23rd October
Building a Biography
After two weeks of English work, identifying and writing the different parts of a biography, today we began to collect information about the author David Walliams. Tomorrow we will compile our own biographies for this famous English author.
Monday 4th November
Autumn Leaves
Today saw a return to school. The willow has lost many of it's leaves which now litter the playground. 
So... We decided to get creative. Have a look at the pictures and objects we made. Can you guess what they are?
Wednesday 6th November
Bread Making
This morning Falcons Worked with a Professional Chef to prepare and make soda bread. The children read through the instructions, worked as a team, moulded their own bread roll and chose their own markings.
Our catering team baked the bread and it it tasted fantastic.
It's something to try at home!  
Friday 8th November
Healthy Living
Today we explored how to keep our bodies healthy. We looked at what we put into our bodies and how we look after them. Look closely and see what we were thinking about..
December 2019
Maths Investigations 
As the term dreams to a close Falcons have been busy investigating the structure of snowflakes. What do we add with each layer and how does that affect the running total as you add one to each face of the first cube....
Wednesday 15 January 2020
Stone Age Cave Paintings
This week we have begun to find out how the ancient people of the Stone Age recorded their lives as amazing paintings found in caves in England and France. 
We then use natural earthy colours to creat our own paintings which reflect our lives today. Can you work out what we are doing in our paintings?
Thursday 23 January
Maths Calculations...
This morning we worked to explain decomposition using apparatus. Ask the children to explain the process.
Thursday 23 January
Living Things
This afternoon Falcons completed the first pages of their Living Things information book. We identified all the features of life in the MRS NERG mnemonic. Can you identify those features too?
Tuesday 28th January
Outdoor Maths
Today we explored the school grounds, searching out objects to measure using our tape measures. We found long and short things to practice our measuring skills.
Try it at home!
What interesting objects can you find to measure?