Thursday, 20 September 2018
Our topic title is 'Where do the leaves go in winter?'
As part of our topic, we have been learning about what the trees will look like each season.
As we are entering Autumn, we discussed that the leaves should be red, orange, yellow or brown.
Will this be true for the trees in our playground?
Year 1 went on an 'autumn walk' to look at the trees and see if we can find any autumn leaves.
We discovered that many trees were still green as it is not officially autumn but we were very happy that we found many beautiful autumnal leaves!
We came back to class and done some sponge printing in autumnal colours! We placed a leaf in the middle of the page and sponged around the leaf with the autumnal colours.
Wednesday, 19 September 2018
On Friday, children in Years 3,4,5 and 6 were treated to an amazing Jazz performance by NYJO Jazz Messengers, organised by Havering Music school.
The children (and some staff) thoroughly enjoyed the concert. Thank you for visiting our school!
Tuesday, 18 September 2018
Friday, 20 July 2018
It's been an absolute pleasure teaching this class. This was my first class at Suttons and they have welcomed me in. I will miss them all, and I am so proud of each and every one of them!
Tuesday, 17 July 2018
On Friday the children in Year 3 and Year 4 performed some of the work they have been doing in music!
Thank you to all of the parents who came along to watch and a big thank you to Mr Jones who put together this wonderful show!
Congratulations to our big writers of the month for June and July.
Receptions Red class - Harris
Reception Blue class - Bernice
Year 1MS - Ryan
Year 1HM - Mason
Year 2 - Jaz
Year 3 - Shana
Year 4JI - Reece
Year 4TS - Hemanth
Year 5GP - Fallou
Year 6 - Winni
Monday, 16 July 2018
As mentioned in a previous blog post, the children made their own buses as part of their topic ' Where did and do the wheels on the bus go?' Have a look at the fantastic buses that the children made!
Year 1 have proven themselves to be proficient designers and creators throughout the year in their many D.T and Art projects.
As their final D.T project, the children made their own bookmarks. But Miss Shah wasn't going to make it simple! The children took part in a paper weaving task.
They had to concentrate hard to weave the paper in and out of the slits.
Miss Shah was very impressed at how the children coped with the challenge!