Year 3 have been busy at home producing a factsheet for their ‘team’ in this years World Cup. These have all been displayed in the classroom, as you can see, and we are updating our wall chart every day. Well done to frontrunners Ross, Nancee and Daniel, who have Brazil, Germany and Holland respectively.
We are all very excited to finally have the eagerly awaited Caloo equipment installed and up and running. The children enjoyed watching the whole process through from beginning to end during their breaks and lunchtimes. A big thank you to Elliot in year 5 who kept the above photo log up to date.
Thank you all who looked at and purchased our Bye, Bye Bug Candles. We had a great production line going in Year 3, making and decorating our product. We also had fun in our English learning, finding out some of the features of persuasive writing, so we were able to write adverts for the candles, … Continue reading
Mrs George was feeling ever confident this year as she watched the children start coming into school with a pattern mixture of elastic bands on their wrists! Loom bands! That’s what the children called them, in that instant she knew how Year 6 were going to make their ‘millions’ at this years … Continue reading
On Friday 6th June, during Celebration Assembly all classes were asked to pick at random a Group to support in this years World Cup, being held in Brazil. The results are as follows….. Jack selecting Group E (Switzerland, Ecuador, France and Honduras) for Year 6. Emily selecting Group C (Colombia, Greece, Côte D’Ivoire and … Continue reading
As our Scented Garden topic draws to a close, we wanted to celebrate the childrens learning. Our express event saw us making Pomanders and Lavender bags. The children wrote instructions to help them remember how to make them so they could help their parents! The classroom smelt delightful, a mixture of cloves, oranges, lavender and … Continue reading
Ben (year 5) won our writer competition back in January. The prize was a unique illustration drawn by Richard to accompany the story. On Friday 23rd May, Richard came into assembly to present Ben with his picture which was based on the story. The newspaper were there to capture the moment. Mrs Andrews read Ben’s … Continue reading
On Friday 23rd May, Richard kindly joined us in school to meet and congratulate the children who had written the best ‘Elephant and Mouse’ stories in the school. All children, from Nursery to year 6 were asked to use the picture as the stimulus for their writing. A winner from each class was chosen. A … Continue reading
Hopi tribe had a great day this week working as a team to achieve their learning challenge badge. Throughout the day the children designed a rcoket and then made it from plastic bottles and card. During the afternoon, vinegar and bicarbonate of soda was used to launch the rockets.Unfortunately this didn’t quite go to plan, although … Continue reading
Year 5 had a busy morning this morning completing their minibeast sculptures. Some amazing creations were made from junk modelling materials. A big thank you to all the parents that braved the paint and came into class to help.