Today we created our own mythical creatures to take centre stage in our myths. We worked in groups; one children drew the head, the next drew the body and the last child drew the legs and feet. Look at the wonderful creatures we created!
Today we were looking at different Ancient Greek explorers. We discussed the different character traits the explorers would have needed. Here is our display we have created in our classroom.
If the children in Year 4 are heard humming the Beatles tune “We all live in a yellow submarine” that may have something to do with their music lessons this week! The class were listening and appraising the song. Talking about the style, what they liked about it and identifying which instruments and unusual sounds … Continue reading
If you would like to find out more information about the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum or you have any questions or ideas you would like to discuss with us. Then please feel free to attend our Early Years drop in sessions on Monday 23rd and Wednesday 25th November … Continue reading
Last week years 5 and 6 were lucky enough to take part in a pantomime workshop. Robert Pearce from Those Magic Beans theatre company came into school to play some pantomime themed games to encourage teamwork and talk to the children about the traditions of pantomime. If you want to see Robert in panto this … Continue reading
Great fun was had in Year 6 this week, when they explored “Rap” through their music lessons. After listening to, and joining in with an example they were then challenged to write their own words to fit the beat. The theme they were given was food. It proved to be quite a challenge! Here is … Continue reading
In our second Forest School session we continued our minibeast hunt. We used a pot to collect the creatures and then we looked at them through a magnifying glass. A millipede. Another giant worm. We then decided to build a minibeast hotel. We tried lots of different places but decided to build it under a … Continue reading
As part of our Frozen Kingdom Topic, Year 5 have been planning and producing their own pieces of Inuit Art. Here they are hard at work!
We all looked amazing on Friday!