Rainbow Grammar - Sentence Structure
Green represents the main subject of a sentence (normally a noun)
e.g. boy children bells tree Paul television apples
The next part of the sentence is where the action happens and we colour this orange.
It is called the predicate (normally starts with a verb)
e.g. clucked around in the yard rang out of the town sizzling in the pan
We use red for all the punctuation that may occur in a sentence. this means full stops, exclamation marks, questions marks and commas.
Welcome to the Rabbit Team which will be updated with lots of news about what we are learning and useful information for parents and carers. The class teacher is Mrs Wright and our teaching assistant is Mrs Frearson.
The children will have PE on Monday and Tuesday. PE kits should have the appropriate clothing for both indoor and outdoor conditions as we will get outside weather permitting when we can. If children wear earrings they will have to be removed before school ideally or as an alternative, the children will have to bring their own plasters to school and be able to place them over their earrings themselves.
Every child needs a water bottle which should be clearly labelled with their name - we have many bottles of the same design! They will stay in school all week and then sent home on Fridays for a good clean. Please make sure they come back to school on Monday morning.
Please keep returning to see our page as we will be updating regular all our fun learning and photographs as the year progresses :)
Welcome to our spring term and to 2020.
This term our famous person is Louis Pasteur. We will be learning all about his scientific discoveries with medicine and health. We'll be focusing on staying healthy by eating a balanced diet, exercise and personal hygiene.
In Design Technology we'll be designing and making a healthy vegetable soup. In English we will be reading George's Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl and creating our own Marvellous Medicines.
Keep checking our webpage and Marvellous Me for updates of our learning.