Please can I ask that your child brings a carrier bag so that they can bring home all their lovely creative work from the year. I would love for them to share this with you after all the hard work the children have put in during these tricky times.
Yesterday in Class, we explored our sense of taste and smell. The children had to guess the food products by taste, deciding if it was sweet bitter or both. We then did a taste test and classified our answers using a Venn diagram. It was so much fun!
Today, Class one explored the world of colour. We learnt about primary and secondary colours, tones and shades and how we make them. We then made a colour wheel to show our understanding. Mrs Whybrow and Miss Ripton
First, I would like to say a massive well done to all the children that took part in the National STEM wearable tech competition. We have some fantastic news!!!! Watch this video to see Alex from Class 3 be the runner up in the Primary category. STEM Clubs Week 2021 Competition Winners and Closing Speech… Read more »
Tomorrow, we shall be looking at our next focus book which is The snail and the whale by Julia Donaldson. I would like to incorporate some junk modelling within this, therefore I am looking for any empty egg boxes etc that could make a snail. I would also like empty bottles if you have any,… Read more »
I just want to say well done to the children that took part in the wearable tech competition. I have currently submitted 2 innovative ideas and I know that I am waiting on one more. The children have really worked hard on this project and I have to say that I am very impressed with… Read more »
This year, we thought it would be fantastic to be involved in a national STEM competition! It is something to look forward to after all the uncertainty of the lockdowns. The children were involved in an assembly today with Mrs Whybrow talking about wearable technology. Most of us have either a Fitbit or an Apple… Read more »
Class one have had such a fantastic week, I am so proud of the children. We had excitement when Captain Redbeard ruined our classroom looking for the treasure we have. We all learnt about fingerprints to see if we could identify our own from the intruder. It was great fun using the magnifying glasses to… Read more »
Today, Class one have enjoyed a Personal, Social, Emotional Development day (PSHE for Yr 1). We had a brilliant assembly that taught us about colour zones to help us identify our emotions. So if we feel sad, we associate it with blue. red for anger etc. We then talked about the Colour Monster which is… Read more »