On Thursday afternoon we used the sunshine to learn a new bat game, cricket. We quickly got the hang of using the bat and striking the ball. Then we played French cricket (a game played with the batter in the centre of a circle with the fielders around them trying to throw the ball at… Read more »
On Wednesday we looked at new methods to subtract. We used the Cuisenaire rods instead of Numicon to help us make the numbers. This method is good because it is easier to solve problems with bigger numbers and it helps us with our expanded written methods, something that some of us moved on to. Expanded… Read more »
This half term we are focussing on our Christian Value – Creative. In Collective Worship today, we listened to stories from the New Testament to help us to think about our talents. Thank you to the church team for their continued support.
We started our new topic by looking at the artist Matisse. We studied how his painting changed over time until they only started to look a bit ish. We drew our own pictures. We started by trying to copy exactly what we could see. Then we turned them into abstract pictures by making them look… Read more »
Next term our topic is going to be ‘All about me’. We will be looking at our own history as well as that of the local area. Below are some activities to get ready for our new topic. Try and have a go at at least two of these over the holdiays. Writing We will be using the story Ish by Perter Reynolds. This is a fantastic short… Read more »
This morning we continued our science by looking at animals from the Blackwater River. We used branching databases to work out what family the animals belonged to and what they were. We studied them closely and learnt about what they ate. Thank you to Mrs Richards from bringing them in for us.
Recently in art club, we have been looking at cave paintings and the different sales and techniques they are done in. Yesterday, we actually created our own cave paintings using materials cavemen would have actually used.
Today we shared our learning in our Class assembly. Thank you to Mr Salmon and Miss Barber for all their hard work supporting us in our learning.
Thank you to the PTFA for a wonderful afternoon on Friday and successfully raising £500 for the school!
Today in STEM club, we took to the field to look at what animals and insects there were to be found. We discovered a bug that we could not identify. The challenge set is to identify the insect (photo attached). We have already started to do this. Come and find me by Friday to claim… Read more »