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Month: March 2023
Year 2 Fractions
Year 2 have started to learn fractions this week using mini chocolate rolls to work out quarters.
I am not sure who got to eat them at the end of the lesson though!
More Crazy Hair Day!
Year One Science
Earlier in the week when the sun was shining, the children went outside to look at the different parts of plants.
This little girl was very happy learning about the different parts of daffodils as it was her Granny that had helped with the planting!
Stars of the Week
Meet this week’s Stars of the Week – some of the luck a bit different than usual as it is Crazy Hair Day!
Comic Relief – Crazy Hair Day
Today, Moorfield Primary School chose to support Comic Relief by the children coming to school with crazy hairstyles in return for a donation to Comic Relief.
Thank you to all our familes for making such an effort. Here are just a few of our photographs.
The colours of Year One!
Base 8 Art – Base 8 had great fun printing this week with our primary colours. Can your children remember their primary colours and the secondary colours that they make?
Children’s Safeguarding Board
You may already know that we have formed a Children’s Safeguarding Board in our school who meet regularly with a member of staff to work with them on our safeguarding processes in school.
They have recently renamed themselves as the “Safety Squad” and we encourage you to read more information about them below.
Moorfield Safety Squad
We want the children in our school to feel safe when they are here. We recognise that sometimes people might feel worried about something, and we want children to know what to do if this happens to them.
Our Safety Squad plays an important role in our school community and help children to feel safe and happy when they are here.
They have identified the follow list of things that they do in our school.
- To talk to people if they need us.
- To help make people feel safer in school.
- Passing on information to children about important things.
- Find out what our children think – this is called pupil voice.
- Answer questions that children might have.