Class 3 have begun the process of making Egyptian burial masks. Task one was to get a modroc impression of their face – fun, but messy! The latest stage of our masks – covering the modroc with papier-mache. Messy!
Roxy and Franklyn recently joined in with the fun of arts week at John Hampden School. Here they are with their finished creations.
Class 3 are enjoying learning all about Ancient Egypt. They made clay mummies and placed them in decorative boxes – we hope they will make it to the afterlife safely!
We were delighted that so many children took part in our recent music assembly. We all enjoyed listening to pieces played on the guitar, piano, keyboard and violin. Class 2 also performed an act from the play ‘James and the Giant Peach’. Well done to you all.
The children in Class 3 have worked very hard to weave hearts – which are now hanging from the branch in the classroom. Please do come and have a look.