Year 4 were invited, by Swale in Bloom, to plant poppy seeds in the flower bed on Ypres Drive. We hope to see the beautiful red flowers next year.
Year 4 decorated a net for a 3D shape. Then, they filled their shapes with dried pasta and seeds to create percussion instruments. They investigated how to create different rhythms by shaking and tapping the instruments in a regular pattern.
Forest School have used their brand new fire pit! We have also enjoyed drinking hot chocolate and eating delicious gingerbread men that Cooking Club created with Mrs Hughes.
Year 3 had a fantastic day at PGL on Friday! They tried archery, abseiling, the giant swing and rock climbing. All the adults were very proud of the children’s superb behaviour.
Well done for your superb effort during the Race for Life!
Year 4 started term 6 by taking part in a Stone Age activity morning. First, we were archaeologists and carefully excavated a range of artefacts. Next, we looked at different cave paintings and created our own designs. We even mixed our own paint using crushed charcoal and oil! Finally, we looked at different Stone Age … Continue reading
Year 4 had great fun developing their racket skills during our squash lesson this week.
We had a special visitor at Forest School today – Billy! He had great fun joining in with our activities. In a recent assembly we learnt that the human eye can recognise over 10 million colours. As a result, we decided to find out how many colours we could find in the woodland and … Continue reading
This term our class book is The One Hundred and One Dalmatians. This afternoon we had great fun creating sock puppet characters.
This week at Forest School we had great fun lighting our own fires. First we learnt about the fire triangle; a fire needs oxygen, heat and fuel. Next we opened a cotton wool pad and added Vaseline. Finally we used a fire steel to ignite the cotton wool – we waited until the fire had died before … Continue reading