Millie designed a poster on her heroine England footballer Millie Bright. Toby produced a ‘huge’ poster for V.E. Day all about members of his family that served in World War Two and why we celebrate ‘Victory in Europe’. Eliza created ‘Good as Gold Gumdrops’ in her work linked to Roald Dahl’s fiction story, Charlie and
Children from Class 3 have been working really hard at home during the lockdown. Many of them have sent photos of the pieces they are really proud of. This week’s selection are photos from Roxy, George, Sophie and Otto. Well done to all of you.
This was Years 5 and 6 yesterday during science – finding out about air resistance. This is year 5 and 6 this morning, making palm crosses as part of their RE lesson.
Class 3 are currently listening to The boy at the back of the class. It is a story about a refugee from Syria. Some of the children find out that his favourite fruit is a pomegranate. Many of our children didn’t know what they looked or tasted like – so we tried one!
We had a fleet of Viking boats before Christmas, hanging from the branch, stars after Christmas and now we have hot air balloons. All made by the children. The Viking ship was from terms 1 and 2. Class 3 made Pictish stones from clay and tried weaving the Anglo-Saxon way. The palm tree is for
This half-term Year 3/4 have been doing lots of investigations on States of Matter. The children have investigated which states sink and found ice and water do. They also investigated whether a gas weighs anything using fizzy drinks and shaking them then reweighing them. Lastly, the children used cereals to represent particles in the different