It was quite a squeeze, but thank you to all the parents who came in today to help us with our learning. We managed to produce some quite convincing adverts for our potions, showed our knowledge of solids, liquids and gases with a science quiz and had time to start a word search! Thank you … Continue reading
Birch class had a great time with Challenger Troop on Monday! They battled the cold and worked well as a team on various activities and challenges, including a tug-of-war and an assault course.
We enjoyed a trip down to The Avenue Theatre in Sittingbourne to watch the film “The Littlest Polar Bear” All the children enjoyed the experience and we were very proud of their fantastic behaviour during the day. We all enjoyed a picnic lunch at the theatre before heading back to school on the … Continue reading
In Cherry class we have been enjoying exploring materials through our snowy topic. We have explored hot and cold foods and created our own sparkling ice cubes, which we froze and then melted. Lots of our snowy craft activities are helping to create our winter wonderland for our sharing session in the last week of … Continue reading
For the exhibition, Willow Class have been doing lots of art work over the past few weeks! We have made pre-historic landscapes (with tinfoil trays and sand), and we even made fossils! The children really enjoyed getting their hands into the clay and pressing dinosaurs into them. We painted them silver and gold to make … Continue reading
This term in Ash Class we have been exploring the world of potions. We have been identifying ingredients by sight and smell, and learning how to classify them as solids, liquids or gases. We have also been looking at the shape and function of different containers and have created our own potion bottles out of … Continue reading
My favourite part of the Gallery Rebels project was the CSI Investigation because I like to solve problems and it was fun at the same time. We had to use Chromatography to find out who had stolen a famous painting. As we added water to the writing the ink began to spread and a variety … Continue reading