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Roman Day – Monday 13th January

Yesterday, the children took part in a ‘Roman Day’. They started off the day as Roman boys, going to school and learning about Roman Numerals. After that they went home and practised some of the Roman girls’ jobs like cleaning, cooking and weaving.

After break the children were invited to a Roman banquet, where they learnt about Rotten Roman table manners and which foods Romans ate and brought over to Britain. They also had a go at dressing like the Romans and provided the entertainment for the banquet by learning a Roman dance.

In the afternoon, the children learnt about life in the Roman Army. They made their own shields and practised army drills and formations on the playground. Please look below for the photographs!      

Roman Day

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Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery.

Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 1
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 2
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 3
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 4
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 5
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 6
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 7
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 8
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 9
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 10
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 11
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 12
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 13
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 14
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 15
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 16
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 17
Archaeological Dig – Monday 6th January. Graham, a school volunteer, brought in a fascinating newspaper article about Roman artefacts he had found here in Norfolk. He kindly lent them to us to examine. I demonstrated how to use a metal detector and carefully uncover artefacts, using archaeological tools. The children then carried out archaeological digs around the school. We found clay and china pottery, shells, nails, screws and jewellery. 18

Spellings For Spring 1

Week 1

Mild

Spicy

Hot

very
who
are
all
whenever

women

Earth

early

recent

eight

experience

remember

notice

answer

guide

 

Week 2

Mild

Spicy - Prefix

Hot - Prefix

that
with
making
once
seen

replay
replace
rewrite
renew
redo

redecorate

reconnect
rebuild
reappear
recycle

 

Week 3

Mild

Spicy/hot

told
any
many
great
only

thought
through
island
heart
length
caught

 

Week 4

Mild

Spicy

Hot

bath
gold
climb
hour
pass

superman
superwoman
supertanker
supersize
superglue

supermarket
superhero
superhuman
supersonic
supertanker

 

Week 5

Mild

Spicy/Hot

pretty
because
parents
again
money

decide
exercise
straight
special
purpose

 

End of Term - Autumn 2

 

I would like to say a massive thank you to both the parents and children for welcoming me so warmly into Blofield School. I have enjoyed every second of teaching this class and look forward to teaching them again in the New Year.

 

I would also like to say a big thank you for the generous and thoughtful Christmas presents, they are much appreciated!

 

I have uploaded photos below of different events from Autumn 2. I hope you enjoy looking at them.

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas 1

Spring 1 Medium Term Plan

Celebrating Diwali Autumn 2

Celebrating Diwali Autumn 2 1
Celebrating Diwali Autumn 2 2
Celebrating Diwali Autumn 2 3
Celebrating Diwali Autumn 2 4
Celebrating Diwali Autumn 2 5
Celebrating Diwali Autumn 2 6
Celebrating Diwali Autumn 2 7
Celebrating Diwali Autumn 2 8

Autumn 2 Forest School

Autumn 2 Forest School 1
Autumn 2 Forest School 2
Autumn 2 Forest School 3
Autumn 2 Forest School 4
Autumn 2 Forest School 5
Autumn 2 Forest School 6

School Trip to Banham School

School Trip to Banham School 1
School Trip to Banham School 2
School Trip to Banham School 3
School Trip to Banham School 4
School Trip to Banham School 5
School Trip to Banham School 6
School Trip to Banham School 7
School Trip to Banham School 8

The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see!

The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 1
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 2
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 3
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 4
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 5
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 6
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 7
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 8
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 9
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 10
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 11
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 12
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 13
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 14
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 15
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 16
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 17
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 18
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 19
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 20
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 21
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 22
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 23
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 24
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 25
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 26
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 27
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 28
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 29
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 30
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 31
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 32
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 33
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 34
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 35
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 36
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 37
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 38
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 39
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 40
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 41
The children really enjoyed learning outside today, take a look and see! 42

Science - The children have been enjoying exploring plants, looking at them under a microscope, growing them under different conditions and looking at how water moves around plants.

Science - The children have been enjoying exploring plants, looking at them under a microscope, growing them under different conditions and looking at how water moves around plants. 1
Science - The children have been enjoying exploring plants, looking at them under a microscope, growing them under different conditions and looking at how water moves around plants. 2
Science - The children have been enjoying exploring plants, looking at them under a microscope, growing them under different conditions and looking at how water moves around plants. 3
Science - The children have been enjoying exploring plants, looking at them under a microscope, growing them under different conditions and looking at how water moves around plants. 4
Science - The children have been enjoying exploring plants, looking at them under a microscope, growing them under different conditions and looking at how water moves around plants. 5
Science - The children have been enjoying exploring plants, looking at them under a microscope, growing them under different conditions and looking at how water moves around plants. 6

Reading Skills Prompts

Blofield Primary School Values

Fairness
  • “Win or lose, do it fairly.” Knute Rockne
Respect
  • “Everyone should be respected as an individual” Albert Einstein
Challenge
  • “We don’t grow when things are easy; we grow when we face challenges” Joyce Meyer
Perseverance
  • “No one succeeds without effort... Those who succeed owe their success to perseverance.” Ramana Maharshi
Thoughtfulness
  • “A little attention, a little kindness, a little thoughtfulness are worth more than all the wealth in the world.” Avijeet Das
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