This week the children in Sycamore Class have been writing diary entries. They have written diary entries from the point of view of a range of different characters from the story ‘Street Child’ by Berlie Doherty. All the children have worked extremely hard & impressed the adults with their emotive language and use of empathy.
Year 6 created some amazing artwork inspired by our class text, ‘The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’. The children were given a picture of either one half of Bruno’s face or one half of Shmuel’s face. The children then had to draw the other character. Well done to all the children!
The children in Year 6 have been enjoying their science topic on electricity. The children have been learning how to create an electrical circuit with a buzzer, switch, bulb and motor.
The children in Sycamore Class have settled in well to the routines and structures of Year 6. Well done to all our stars of far.
On Monday we had our sports day with year 2. Everyone did their best and worked really hard on each activity! It was lovely to see everyone running around the field, balancing tennis balls on a racket and throwing Frisbees. Well done year 1!
Yesterday, year 2 had their sports day. The children really enjoyed themselves and took part in lots of events such as, balancing a bean bag on their head and seeing how far they could throw a frisbee.
The children have been researching Ancient Greek inventions in pairs to produce posters, which will be used to argue why their invention was the most important.
Children in year 5 have been doing research into Ancient Greek inventions and their origins. Today we will be continuing this and producing a poster that the children will use to have a debate over what was the most important invention.
Last Thursday, the children in Year 6 enjoyed a Mexican themed evening. The children watched the film version of ‘Holes’ (our class text) and tried a range of different Mexican dishes. Great fun was had by all!
This term year 2’s topic is Beachcombers. I have attached some pictures of our wonderful topic displays. The children and Mrs Woolley have worked incredibly hard on these amazing creations.