Feeding the chickens is an absolute joy, although they did get somewhat excited when we opened the gate! Luckily, we had kind assistance from some of the older children and we were able to give them clean water and checked they had plenty of food.
Keep it up 2WB!!
Don’t forget to continue Beat The Street while you are out and about 😀👍🏻
What did you have on your pancakes today?
These children took up Mr Pursehouse’s challenge as part of #childrensmentalhealthweek Well done girls, looks like a lot of fun!
Our Nativity star is extremely multi-talented and enjoyed his acting debut in the school Christmas video…
Our Santas couldn’t believe it when they went dashing through the snow yesterday for our whole-school charity event @RotherHosp. What is the collective noun for a group of Santas?? Please let us know!
Wednesday Despite a slow start (the chickens were being inquisitive and we couldn’t get in), we had our 4 leaders who changed the food and water for our feathered friends. Friday (am) Our 4 leaders were eager to have a go at taking care of our school pets. Friday (pm) Our final feed of the […]
We got involved in a whole-school project and made some 3D hand shapes today, using our clay modelling skills. We had to think about the thickness of our clay, keeping it flat and even. We worked with a partner to carefully draw around our hands. We used precision tools to cut around the shape we […]
We paid tribute to black art history by researching an influential artist. Lois Mailou Jones was greatly influenced by African masks and the use of bold colours and patterns. In the style of our artist, we started with our mask outlines before using pastels to add bold and bright colours. Which colours did you like best?
We have been working with the community to develop our outside learning area. Katie from Potteric Carr agreed to help us, and kindly donated some incredible logs from the nature reserve. To say thank you, we wrote letters to Katie expressing our gratitude. 1/2P have worked tremendously hard to produce some wonderful pieces of learning. […]
Today we created our bird designs for an upcoming local display. The children thought carefully about their use of colour and showed some excellent colouring skills!