Firstly, we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who was able to attend term 5’s express event, we all had a wonderful time and it was lovely to be able to showcase what the children have been learning through the term.
Year 3 were treated to a fanastic morning of learning how to use their body to create music; the children were good at following instructions and creating their own sounds using different parts of their body.
Year 3 are currently developing their hand puppet design through the ‘making stage of our process’. The children have been extremely resilient and positive throughout the afternoon, when trying to sew two piece sets of felt together.
Year 3 and 4 had a visit from one of the most famous villains…. Cruella Deville. We asked her many questions and tried to get better a understanding of why she is so mean, stay clear of her and be sure to keep your puppies safe!
Year 3 had a wonderful and messy time building a volcano this afternoon in our express event. The children followed some instructions and created a volcano which we will make erupt towards the end of the week.
Year 3 enjoyed learning about some Easter animals this morning, they were able to ask questions and develop a better understanding of how to look after the little animals.
Year 3 enjoyed completing different activities today based on the story, ‘Where the wilds things are’. The children started the day by acting out the story and completed a book review, they also wrote a diary entry prentending to be Max from the story. All of the children enjoyed the different tasks and were well … Continue reading
Year 3 had a wonderful day on Friday exploring the Natural History Museum; all of the children were extremely well behaved and enjoyed the day, especially lunchtime! The children found getting the tube one of the most exciting parts of the trip, due to the lack of seats the children had to stand up, which … Continue reading
Year 3 had an opportunity to develop a good understanding of how to be safe around dogs. The children were given different scenarios where they had to decide how to ‘tackle’ and manage them in the best way possible. All of the children were extremely well behaved and loved Paddy!!
On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs Andrews and I took 6 children to Rodmersham Squash club for a taster squash session! The children were taught how to hold the racket, hit the ball and played a number of fun, squash based games! Below are some photos of our trip out!