During our No Pens Day Ash Class had great fun completing a Maths investigation. We had to move different coloured frogs (multilink cubes) from one side of the pond to the other. Only one frog could sit on a lily pad at one time, they could only jump over one frog at a time and … Continue reading
This term in Ash Class we have been looking at different balances during our gymnastic lessons. This week we linked our balances together using different pieces of apparatus.
As part of our topic ‘Road Trip USA’, Ash Class have been looking at Native American culture. This week we have been studying Native American homes. We went down to the woodlands to create our own shelters using natural materials.
Thank you to everyone who attended Year 4’s express event. We spent an afternoon creating amazing models of superheroes using junk materials. Ross working on his fantastic model. Nancy and her sister working together to create a glittery hero. Alfie and his mum creating their model out of a cereal box. Working together!
The children in year three and four had the shock of their lives when Cruella De Vil showed up in Beech Class!! The children were able to ask her questions and quiz her on her villainous ways. Look out for the work we will produce based on Cruella’s visit.
As part of our Urban Pioneers topic we have been studying the art work painted onto the Berlin Wall. Ash class designed their own section of the wall using symbols of peace and freedom.
Ash Class chose to spend their profits from the Enterprise Fair on a Teddy Bears’ Picnic. Pupils and bears thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon which included cake and bubbles!
Ash and Beech Classes visited The Julie Rose Stadium at Ashford to try out many athletic activities, linked with their learning about the Olympic Games in their topic Gods and Mortals. The first part of the day saw us having a group warm up followed by our groups trying long jump, sprinting, soft hammer, 400 … Continue reading
Children’s artwork displayed on the Amicus Horizon stand at the Kent County Show – it looked fantastic! Members of the public picked three winning designs; the winners will be announced shortly.
Both Ash and Beech Class made figures out of natural materials with the help of Amicus Horizon, ready to be displayed on their stand at the Kent County Show next month at The Detling Showground. Visitors to the show can vote for their favourite and a prize has been promised for the most popular figure.