Map Reading

Map Reading

Map Reading  Today in Cedar, we have continued our learning around maps and aerial photographs. We used an aerial photograph of our school to find features around our school. We found some of the marking on the KS2 playground, the carpark, roundabout, forest school...
Researching Blackpool

Researching Blackpool

To start this half term, we are learning to write persuasive adverts. Due to everything going on at the moment, we thought we would write a persuasive advert to persuade people to come on holiday to Blackpool next summer! This week, we have been researching lots of...
Rocking Rivers

Rocking Rivers

This half term, our Geography is based on rivers.We have been looking at river features and how rivers change as they flow towards the ocean. This week we used atlases and online maps to locate famous British rivers. We then looked for the features we have learned...
Natural or Man-made?

Natural or Man-made?

We have had another busy week in Year One! This week we have made the most of the lovely weather and taken lots of our learning in to our outdoors area! We began the week by looking at using the words greater than, less than and equal to explore and explain the...
Grouping and Sorting!

Grouping and Sorting!

This week in Year One we have been focussing on grouping and sorting a number of objects in different ways. We have explored sorting by different properties, such as colour, size, and shape. We have explored lots of practical sorting activities, and have enjoyed some...
Wonderful Waterfalls

Wonderful Waterfalls

This week our theme for online and home learning has been waterfalls. Children have been learning about how waterfalls are formed through erosion. They’ve learnt how rivers link to the water cycle and it’s importance in the world. Year 4 children have also...