What a day! Year 5 have learnt so much about the Anglo Saxons with Timezone! We have trialled witches, woven some wool, dyed fabric, played many games and even learnt how to be warriors.
Thank you so much to all of the parents who managed to make it in to see what we've been doing!
Year 3 have built their own Celtic forts using Kapla blocks!
Year 3 enjoyed learning about the colour wheel in Enrichment. They experimented with water colours to make different colours.
A morning designing, making and measuring our very own Great Wall of China.
Year 2 had a fantastic afternoon making Pudsey ear hats for Children in Need!
So proud of these phonics superstars! Fantastic results!
Tait M. - For fantastic participation in our history morning with Timezone.
We had a fantastic time learning about life in the past. We even wrote our names using the Roman alphabet! You can see more pictures on the History page.
Year One played Phonics Tag Rugby in the sunshine.
Year 1 had a fantastic day finding out all about toys Victorian children used to play with. We even got to watch a Punch and Judy show!
After lunch we made our own peg dolls. To end the day we took part in a dance workshop where we dance like puppets on a string and robots.
Fun in the sun at Phonics Club
Investigating traditional toys in history.
Year 1 made Crowns, Pom poms and Cones to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday.
Mateusz R. – For his super questioning on evergreen and deciduous trees in science.
We completed 11 laps of the school grounds and walked 8542 steps.
Well done Year One!
Tait M. - For working really hard to improve his reading
Some fabulous under the sea projects have been brought back to school.
Keep them coming year one!
Lily-Mae H. - Always sitting quietly, listening carefully and trying her best.
Year 1 have been working hard studying Plants and Trees in Science this half term!
Oliver S - For making an excellent effort to improve his writing.
Year 1 will be looking at The Great Fire of London for their History topic.
Year 1 and 2 sang beautifully to the residents of the Willows Nursing Home.
Year 1 proudly wearing the anti-bullying badge they have designed and made.
Year 1 have been working hard writing recipes for friendship for Anti-Bullying week.
Tuesday morning got off to a very exciting start for Year One! Mr Lines spotted strange lizard like creatures around school on Monday night and after finding footprints in our classroom, Year One were determined to find out who or what had visited our school.
Super detective work commenced as the children began to study the footprints that had been left and compare the shape of them to dinosaurs in our dinosaur museum. Miss Millington and Mrs Jordan were a bit scared to go outside after seeing this but Year One wanted to go on a dinosaur hunt!
After studying the evidence and comparing this with information from non-fiction books, Year One concluded the footprints were that of a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Georgia W. - Fantasitc detective skills in our dinosaur hunt
Whole class - For an excellent start to Year 1.