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February 2021

Throughout February we have continued to work online and have upheld the positive attitudes we had in January at the start of remote learning. The children have worked incredibly hard this February and also had a well deserved break! 

This month I am going to share all of the online work we have been completing and I hope you enjoy our February blog. 




This term we have started looking at a new book called "The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark" by Jill Tomlinson. This story is about a baby owl called Plop who is terrified of the dark and talks to many different characters along the way to get over his fear. 



We first wrote a narrative in a familiar setting for our cold task. Here are some examples of our plans and our writing. We hope to share more of our writing about this book as we go into March!





At the start of Spring 2, we have returned to looking at number & place value. We have been thinking about how we can represent different numbers, what digits represent in 2-digit numbers and also counting in 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s. We have done some amazing work so far. 




In RE, we have started a new topic called 'Humanism'. Humanism isn't a religion, but it is a way of thinking and living. Humanists do not believe in God and believe this is our only life so it is very important to live it to the fullest. Here are some of our questions and thoughts about Humanism so far.



I hope you enjoyed our February blog. Thank you to St Albans for all of your hard work, and thank you to your adults for being so supportive. 

I am hoping that March will be different and we can all be together in school and be safe. Hopefully then our March blog can be work from our time in school.


Miss Griffiths :-)