Y5P enjoying a place value themed orienteering session.
Y5P researching information on our solar system for their non-chron report.
In Guided Reading, Y5 have focused on Black History Month and have learned about some of the most important black figures in our history. This week, we have read about Rosa Parks, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr.
Mrs Lilleyman and Mrs Sweeney just love History club. The children have really enjoyed learning about Ancient Egypt. They have been studying Mummification and the importance of Cats.
This week the children enjoyed making fajitas in Cooking Club. Lots of new skills this week. They looked and smelt delicious, I hope you can now all recreate these at home.
We were excited to get into the supermarket to help Supertato save the poor veggies from the evil peas traps.
Here is Harper our little Superstar Writer. Well done Harper we are so proud of you.
Sharing some fabulous learning outcomes this week we are really proud of all of our dojo winners this week.
At lunchtime our children love spending time with Mrs Buttree. She has so many games and activities we can’t get them outside.
Our class garden is all set up and our bulbs are sleeping. Please help us keep them safe by telling your friends not to touch.
Today the children in KS2 enjoyed every second with Mr Hanson and Mr Parkin. They played some fabulous games at lunchtime and created a real team spirit on our playground.
We have an exciting project underway and reherals have begun. We are very excited and we can’t wait to share it with you. It turns out that we can can …..
Mrs McDermott and Y1M showed incredible skill with their dribbling skills in the hall. They were well coordinated and worked so well as a team.
Lego club is so much fun. We made boats then tested whether they would sink or float. What do you think?
Today we have been appreciating poetry looking at a range of narrative poems around our key person in history, Grace Darling. Children were able to express their likes and dislikes about the anthology presented and give reasons for their choices. We then added in a drama frieze focussing on the famous painting ‘The Wreck of […]
Our children in REY love singing nursery rhymes and familiar songs on a daily basis. Today we celebrated national poetry day by choosing our favourite songs and we spoke about the rhyming words we could hear. Our favourite was ‘Hickory Dickory Dock’. We used the hand puppets to bring the rhymes to life, afterwards our […]
We have written our own acrostic poem for national poetry day.
Y5P have been improving their fitness over the last few weeks building up their strength and endurance, agility and speed. 6
Y5P practiced their defending skills today in football. We looked at the jockeying position and to apply pressure to the opposition.
In F1, we have practised an autumnal poem about hedgehogs! Together, we even came up with some actions! This is our poem: I’m a little hedgehog, Brown and small, Very prickly, Not that tall. When I’m feeling frightened, Away I crawl, And curl up into a ball! Well done, F1. You were very resilient and […]
In F1, we have been looking at the works of artist Charles Gaines. We have loved looking at his artwork and discussing the colours he uses to make them bright and beautiful. We even noticed that Charles uses numbers in his art! We have put our own spin on his artwork by creating a tree […]
Today we started our discussion in response to a film that we watched about how the world had a new beginning after the Corona Virus. Children formulated a few questions in small groups and then we came up with a short list of excellent questions together that we could debate as a class. Finally, we […]
The children have been focusing on their ink skills. They have learnt about different patterns to create texture and tone. Here are some of our leave designs linked to the rainforest.
Today we have been learning about Carnivores, herbivores and omnivores and what types of foods that they eat , we completed a venn diagram to show the animal groups and then Created a food plate to show what foods each group would eat .
Today we looked at examples of bird feeders to see what we thought a bird feeder should look like, before have no a go at making our own 👷♂️
This week we enjoyed looking at animal prints and patterns and creating our own using glitter and pastels.
We had lots for fun making bath bombs this week in science club. We thought about the chemical reaction made when putting baths bombs in water. Next week we will test them out in water.
The children acted out their instructions to evaluate their effectiveness. They were able to spot any areas to improve for our editing lesson.
In Cart👀n club today, we have been looking at famous duos before having a go at designing our own characters or duos 🎬