The parable of the sower

Today we acted out the story from the Bible – The Parable of the sower. We thought about the meaning of the story and how we can live a good life and grow strong like the seeds in the field.


Thank you for the great half-term homework that you have already brought in. I know a couple of you said you had forgotten to bring it last week; please do so this coming week so that we can show it all off in a gallery of your work on Friday. If you have missed the… Read more »

Space Diaries

This week we started our new term imagining that we have crash landed on an unfamiliar planet. Each day we have been writing a diary entry using a different skill. Here are some of our diary entries.


Today we learnt about inequalities <> and =. We had forgotten which way they went when we compare numbers. We used balances to visualise the symbols. This helped us see that the inequality always ‘chomped’ the larger number. By the end we could solve problems like this: 23 < ? < 50


We have been looking at the human body. We learnt about how astronauts bodies change in space, how our muscles work and more about the skeleton. On Tuesday we looked at digestion. To start with we shared what we already knew or thought. We found that there were lots of things we were not sure… Read more »

Lego morning!

Today, the whole school worked together to make a giant Lego town. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves learning together and making another lovely memory.

Bones and Muscles

This afternoon we looked at our bones and muscles. We wanted to know if having longer arms meant that you could lift more weight. We will study our results tomorrow.

Space Poems

Today some of us wrote space poems using dramatic adjectives and personification. Here are some of our poems. Running yellow dust, Cheesy yellow planets, Walking light, Pitch black sky, Diamond blue lightni, Blood red lava.


Some photos of our explanation work.


Today we used our designs to make our own rockets. We used glue, tape and strips of paper to attach the boxes, bottles and tubes together to build our rockets.