Emerald Class

Emerald Class is a Reception- Year 3 class. Our whole school is like one lovely big family so we also work closely with our Year 4,5 and 6 children in school too. Our classroom is situated within the main building which is old and beautiful.

Every day we do English (reading, writing, spelling, phonics, speaking, stories) and maths and during the week we also do Science, Art, RE, PE, History/Geography .

We have Collective Worship every day. We regularly visit St. Helen’s church in the village for Collective Worship and for special celebration services we go to Christ the Consoler.

We are very lucky and have amazing grounds at Skelton Newby Hall Primary School and spend a lot of time outside playing, caring for our chickens, guinea pigs and also growing things in our allotment garden. We also do a run every day on the school field to help us to keep fit.

We enjoy learning and find lots of hands on and practical ways to embed our learning.

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We had great fun at the year 2 campout, walking in the woods, toasting marshmallows over the campfire, sleeping in ...Read more
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Today has been a busy Viking day. First we made brooches and helmets using lots of masking tape and cardboard ...Read more
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Today we have continued our work on shape. We made 3D shapes out of lollysticks joined together with either plastercine ...Read more
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This afternoon we were using our investigation skills to see which was the best way of watering, what sort of ...Read more
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Today we have been making shields ready for our viking and anglo saxon day on Wednesday. There were some great ...Read more
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Today we discovered we had an excess of fruit in the fridge so we made fruit salad for everyone. It's ...Read more
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It was great today to hear the children talking so passionately about their dad. Everyone thought of something different and ...Read more
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Today the year three children have been learning that a triangle is no longer just a triangle. They have been ...Read more
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