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Maths and Literacy!

posted by Jacob Simon

Class Huddersfield have been focusing on subtraction in maths this week after finishing all their addition tasks the previous week!

In Literacy we have doing descriptive writing on our topic Stig of the Dump! The children have created some great pieces of writing about Stig and his den!

Farm to Fork!

posted by Jacob Simon

Class Huddersfield have visitied Tesco this week for the Farm to Fork project. Children have learnt all about how food is made, where it comes from and how it is stored. The children also had great fun making their own bread!

Maths and literacy :)

posted 10 Oct 2017, 08:54 by Jacob Simon

In maths this week class Huddersfield have been focusing on number patterns. We have just moved onto negative numbers!

In literacy this week we have been focusing on persuasive writing and creating a letter to become a paleontologist!


posted 10 Oct 2017, 08:41 by Jacob Simon

Homework will be sent out every Friday and to be returned by Wednesday. Homework will consist of maths questions (timestables) and spellings.


posted 10 Oct 2017, 08:35 by Jacob Simon

Class Huddersfield will have PE every Wednesday. All children require the correct PE kit (white t-shirt, black shorts, black pumps)
Image result for primary school pe kit cartoon

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posted 10 Oct 2017, 08:23 by Jacob Simon

Class Huddersfield :)

Class teacher - Mr J Simon
Teaching assistant - Mr C Marples

Romulus and Remus

posted 18 Apr 2017, 04:46 by Julia Owen-Smith

The children are exploring the story of Romulus and Remus.
Today they have been acting out and freeze framing different sections of the story. 

Well done


posted 18 Apr 2017, 04:21 by Julia Owen-Smith   [ updated 3 Oct 2017, 06:03 by Jacob Simon ]

Celebration Assembly

posted 9 Mar 2017, 08:51 by Julia Owen-Smith   [ updated 9 Mar 2017, 09:09 ]

Well done to all the nominees from Class Huddersfield and congratulations to those who won.
    Most Improved Mathematician Award                    Sport Person Award
    Most improved reader Award

4 x Tables

posted 7 Mar 2017, 15:35 by Julia Owen-Smith   [ updated 7 Mar 2017, 15:51 ]

e are continuing to work on our 4 x tables when we are lining up. Below is a copy of the 4 x table to help the children learn them and a couple of ideas for activities.


The Four Rap


Here is a good game that will help the children practice all their times tables

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