Ash Class had great fun today in their Spellings session. Ten words in envelopes were hidden around the school which the children had to find out. They all enjoyed learning their spelling pattern in this way.
Well done to everyone in Ash Class who wrote, performed and danced to our fantastic song Your Smile is My Sun. Check out the song here: https://m.soundcloud.com/the-songwriting-charity/your-smile-is-my-sun-kemsley-primary-academy?in=the-songwriting-charity/sets/something-kind-paul-newman The video for the song will be available in about a week so keep a look out on the blog and Facebook page.
What an amazing start year 4 had to this term’s topic: Flow. We visited Milton Creek and looked at the estuary, did some pond dipping and tested some different soils. Even the rain didn’t dampen our spirits, as we splashed in muddy puddles and followed the winding creek.
As Ash Class went above and beyond their Accelerated Reader target, they received their well deserved treat of pancakes. Thank you Mrs Sheldon for cooking the delicious treats 😃
Thank you to all the parents who were able to attend our event last week, we all had a great time. We carried out some experiments to see what was our most dominant hand, eye and foot; Drew and labelled a human body; put our taste buds to the test with Apple and potato peel … Continue reading
Nursery and reception are creating their own “mud kitchen” in the Early Years outside area. So that we can have fun mixing, whisking and exploring the mud and other natural materials we need some kitchen utensils. If you have got any of the following objects at home that you would be willing to donate to … Continue reading
What a fantastic week we had last week in Ash Class; we went totally Science crazy with all of our teeth related experiments. Here the children are testing how liquids affect our teeth. An egg shell was placed into vinegar, water, lemon juice, coke and milk overnight. When we looked at them in the morning, … Continue reading
Today we completed our first Mile Walk. The day started off very chilly, but after our walk we were all nicely warmed up. The children had a lot of fun and are starting to get very competitive. We are looking forward to our walk/run tomorrow.
Today we created our own mythical creatures to take centre stage in our myths. We worked in groups; one children drew the head, the next drew the body and the last child drew the legs and feet. Look at the wonderful creatures we created!
Today we were looking at different Ancient Greek explorers. We discussed the different character traits the explorers would have needed. Here is our display we have created in our classroom.