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.
We have had a fantastic day today! In the morning, we made elves and then had a yummy Christmas dinner. In the afternoon, we played lots of party games.
This week Year 5 have been looking at 2D and 3D shapes, and using physical objects to help to understand their properties.
We have been looking at the urban landscape of London as part of our geography learning. This week, we created own city landscapes, based on the work of Claude Monet, using oil pastels.
Yesterday afternoon we looked at this powerful image. The children discussed what that thought was happening in the picture. This generated some very grown up discussions and some amazing emotive language. All the children were incredibly touched to learn the image is of a doctor who has worked for over 260 days without a break. … Continue reading
Year 6 have had great fun researching key events of WWII this week. We have put the information we found into mind maps. These are looking amazing; well done Sycamore Class!
Today in Forest School, we created some fantastic woodland pictures using natural materials.