This afternoon, the pupils were asked to produce a piece of artwork in the style of Andy Warhol! After much discussion and conversation, they all produced some superb pieces of work. Below are some of the examples.
Maple Class were given the task of writing a Character Description about the alien they had created. Well done to Carys, who produced this outstanding piece of writing. Not only does it contain a wide range of powerful adjectives & similes but it is also beautifully presented.
This week Cherry Class have been reading Lost and Found, we had great fun testing our ‘materials’ to find out which was the best for a boat. We tested plastic packages, paper and thick card. We decided that plastic was the best material to make a boat from as long as it didn’t have a … Continue reading
During our maths linked provision this week we have been learning to recognise numerals. We all collaborated really well to explore the different number resources.
Children from Year R, Year 1 & Year 2 enjoyed their first art club session after school today. The children made hedgehogs out of paper plates & dried leaves, which they had fun collecting from the school grounds.
Year 2 enjoyed the expertise of Lewis from Multisports this afternoon. The children practised their jumping, skipping & balancing skills using a range of different equipment & aparatus.
On the first day back of term Willow Class got their hands messy comparing the properties of ‘non-Newtonian’ substances… It was very fitting that this was the start of our topic ‘Moon Zoom’ as the second type of slime we looked at was named ‘Galaxy Slime’, which one member of Willow Class pointed out looked … Continue reading
We have been really getting in to the Christmas spirit in Year 1.. We have decorated cakes, made decorations and cards and tracked the adventures of our very naughty class elf! A big thank you to all the parents who made it to our express event on Friday. We made dinosaur sock puppets to round … Continue reading
Oak class have been exploring time. We have been using books and games to tell the “O clock” time. Some of us have continued our learning at home by completing a time matching game with our families.
This week in Oak class we read the book “Pumpkin soup” a lovely story of friendship. Later during child initiated learning we explored our own recipes. Using tools to cut, mash, mix and grind the herbs and the pumpkin. We also showed our own friendship skills by sharing, taking turns and helping each other. Later … Continue reading