Menu
Home Page

Quarry

Welcome to Quarry Class

Please keep up to date with our class page for information about what your children have been up. You will also find key information to allow your children's days to run smoothly. 

 

 

Spellings to be tested 18th December

Spellings to be tested 4th December 

Children should have had a slip with them at the end of the day yesterday (26th November) about the school performance. Just in case it didn't get as far as home it is attached below. 

Christmas production songs 

The Forgotten Toys (Vocal).mp3

Roll Up, Roll Up! (Vocal).mp3

Herod! (Vocal).mp3

Follow The Star (Reprise) (Vocal).mp3

Spellings to be tested on 27th November 

Quarry have been working hard on their contributions to the school calendar this week! 

Spellings to be tested on 20th November 

Children in need 

 

Today we celebrated Children in Need. We spent the day in Pyjamas and completed the live workout alongside Joe Wicks.  

Remembrance 

 

We have spent time this week thinking about Remembrance and the significance around this time of year. Pupils have made Poppy wreaths to place in their windows at home to show the community they are thinking of others. 

An act of Remembrance 

One of the boys in Quarry showing us his poppy display at home alongside his sisters. 

Sad Skeleton 

 

This week we have introduced our next big feeling 'Sadness.' We have used the story the Sad Skeleton by Kay Brophy to explore the feeling of sadness. Here is some pictures of the role play activity children took part in. 

Spellings to be tested 13th November 

Reading journey 

 

Congratulations to pupils who have reached the first stop on our reading journey the Castle! We would love to hand out more of these in the coming weeks. 

Spellings to be tested on 6th November 

Pumpkin Trail

 

We had some lovely pumpkins to put out on our trail. Everyone enjoyed completing the trail and seeing the wide variety of pumpkins on display. 

Harvest Donations 

 

Thank you so much for all of the fantastic Harvest donations made this morning. We have been blown away by your generosity. 

Spellings 

 

 

Reading suitcase 

 

Everyone in Quarry is excited to the see the reading suitcase out again!  If your child comes home with the suitcase on a Friday please return it to school on Monday so that we can leave at least 3 days in between pupils taking it home. Look forward to reading your comments in the journal. 

Spellings 

 

As we are not at school on Friday 9th October the spellings will be tested on Thursday next week. 

Music workshop 

 

This week Quarry got to take part in a body percussion music workshop with a lady called Louise. During the workshop children produced different noises with their bodies. Ultimately they produced a soundscape resulting in a wonderful orchestra of sound! Well done Quarry!

National Poetry Day 

 

To celebrate National Poetry Day (Thursday 1st October) Quarry have taken some time to think about poetry this week. After watching Mrs Benge's assembly on Monday, we decided to create our own book inspired by 'Paint Me a Poem' by Grace Nichols. 

 

Quarry looked at a number of pieces of art together and then created poetry alongside the paintings. I'm sure you'll agree that the finished book is a masterpiece!  

PE this term

 

Welcome back to Autumn Term 2020. PE will be on a Tuesday and Thursday this term. We will be mostly indoors on Tuesdays and outdoors on a Thursday. 

 

We will also be completing our daily exercise so will be going out onto the MUGA or playground everyday of the week. Pupils can change into their trainers so can leave them in school all week.

Spellings this week 

 

Help your child with times tables

Below is a document that you can follow to print off times tables tests to help your child practice. If you haven't got a printer they can practice online. 

Shared reading 

 

In shared reading this week we have been using Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets as our stimulus. Using the description in the book we created what we thought Dobby the house elf looked like. What do you think? 

Darwin Values

 

This half term our Darwin Value is Bouncebackability. In assembly this week Mrs Benge shared the story Bloom by Anne Booth.

Following the story pupils created flowers with positive messages on to give each other a boost from time to time. I'm sure you'll agree that there are some wonderful messages. 

Top