What a fantastic day we had when we dropped our pens so we could work on our oral language skills. From Nursery all the way through to year six, everyone enjoyed a variety of activities that developed our vocabulary.

Reception enjoyed role play, phonics using magnetic letters and letter formation in oats.

Year 1-2 developed non-fiction reports about penguins and elephants.

Year 3-4 explored place value using money.

Year 5-6 were challenged with a variety of problems in maths and created live newspaper reports on the IPads.

The whole school, even the teachers took part in a joke competition. This gave us an opportunity to perform in front of an audience.

What a fantastic day building our oral language skills!

 

Exploring our world with no pens!
Role play is great for developing oral language skills.
Identifying letters in Reception.
Elise forming letters in oats.
Miley and Grace communicating.
Jai exploring coins in maths. With no pens!
Lilly, Sam, Jaidon and Esme applying their skills in maths.
Shane and Ellie solving problems in maths.
Developing news reports.
Building relationships.
Coby, performing a joke in front of an audience.
Shane, confidently speaking in front of an audience.
Blazej, Seth, Joshua and Zac. The four joke competition finalists.
Joshua, our joke competition winner.
Funny jokes!
Maths in 5-6 using manipulatives.