The children have been researching Ancient Greek inventions in pairs to produce posters, which will be used to argue why their invention was the most important.
Children in year 5 have been doing research into Ancient Greek inventions and their origins. Today we will be continuing this and producing a poster that the children will use to have a debate over what was the most important invention.
Last Thursday, the children in Year 6 enjoyed a Mexican themed evening. The children watched the film version of ‘Holes’ (our class text) and tried a range of different Mexican dishes. Great fun was had by all!
Yesterday, year 2 had great fun creating their own seascapes. Below are some pictures of our amazing artwork.
This term our literacy work has focused on the video campaign ‘There’s a Rang-Tan in My Bedroom’. The children spent time creating a story map, researching deforestation, the use of palm oil in confectionary and toiletries, which companies use palm oil in their products and the effect this has had on orang-utans and their habitats. … Continue reading
We have been practicing how to represent numerals and adding more this week.
On Friday 7th May, we had our own street party with sandwiches and a cake! Oak Class looked amazing in their VE Day costumes, we learnt about why we celebrate VE Day and looked at photos from the street parties in 1945!
Year 5 spent some time learning about the International Space Station and how astronauts live on the station, such as how they go to the toilet in no gravity. They have spent some time designing new rooms to be added by NASA.
Year 6 have been researching Louis Sachar, the author of our class text ‘Holes’. Later in the week we will be using this research to help us write a biography on the author.