Copley Primary School

The Hub

Teacher: Miss Cook

 

 Name: Miss Cook

 Likes:  Holidays, shopping and dogs

 Dislikes: Spiders

 Favourite film: Anything with a happy ending!

 Favourite book:  Harry Potter

 Favourite food: Bruschetta and Pringles

 Favourite subject: Maths and PE

 If you weren’t a teacher what would you be & why? Anything that could combine working with children and travelling the world.

 Who is your hero/heroine? Mrs Hinch - I love to organise!

 

Email: l.cook@highbury.calderdale.sch.uk 

 

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Support staff: Miss Wilkinson, Mrs Hodgson and Miss Murphy

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Week 2

Posted: Nov 14, 2019 by: admin on: Term 2

This week we have been very busy in The Hub. On Monday afternoon the children worked in Copley woods with Andrew (Highbury Garden School Teacher). The lesson was based on The Gruffalo. They read the story then took it in turns to hide and find the characters in different places around the woods. They worked together to create a map of where the characters were hidden.

In Numeracy we have been learning all about position and direction. We have used lots of different vocabulary to describe where objects are such as under, on top, next to and behind. We also had to use the correct vocabulary to direct our friends to places around school and when programming the bee-bots.

 

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