Welcome to Fox Class!
Fox class have accepted the Wildlife Trust’s challenge of doing something wild every day during June.
We shall be incorporating the natural world into our school life every day and keeping you updated on the special page below.
Homework for the rest of this month is to continue our random acts of wildness over the weekend. We will make time every week for children to feed back what they got up to. It would be lovely to see some pictures of their wild exploits or children could even keep a wild diary if you wanted to!
Homework pages that should have been completed so far this year...
SPaG p12 -13, p20-21, p24-25, p38-43, p58-59, p72-73 (extension tasks p 14-15, p36-37, p44-45, p60-61)
Maths p1, 3, 8, 10-11, 13, 14 or 15, 32, 37, 39 (extension tasks p2, 4, 9, 12, 16, 33, 38, 40)
Reading Comprehension p 2-23
Trip to Cromer Museum
On Friday, we took part in two workshops at Cromer Museum. In the first workshop we dug up fossils hidden under sand, looked closely at them and then tried to identify the animals they were millions of years ago. In the second workshop we looked at how the world looked during prehistoric times and investigated the different animals that roamed the land, sea and air with the help of the museum exhibits. Our third activity was fossil hunting on Cromer Beach. Armed with our newfound knowledge of fossils, we were able to correctly identify the belemnites and ammonites we found on the beach. Someone even found some fossilised tree sap (amber)!