Bug Hotels

This afternoon class 3 have been making bug hotels. This has followed some excellent work planning and creating presentations about our bug hotel designs. The finished results will take pride of place in our garden area. 

Art club 

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.

Gardening

Every Friday from this week onwards, Class 3 will be doing gardening as part of our curriculum. Could children please bring with them a change of clothes that they don’t mind getting mucky and a pair of old trainers/ boots that are suitable for gardening.

May Fayre

Thank you to the PTFA for a wonderful afternoon on Friday and successfully raising £500 for the school!

Recycling is cool!

Yesterday in class 3, we created our own designs for our projects to re-use recylcled materials.

STEM club challenge

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 »

Shopping for seeds

We have been practicing our money knowledge by shopping for seeds. Purchasers bought packs of seeds with their money whilst shop keepers counted up and gave change.

Class assembly

Today we shared our learning in our class assembly. Thank you to Mr Este, Mrs Richards and Mrs Maston for all their hard work and support.

Art club

Just a reminder that art club, run by Mr Fox, is starting tomorrow. We still have some spaces available and would love to see you there! There is a £1 per child admittance fee to help cover any costs that would be required for resources such as sketch books. For any further information regarding the… Read more »

Recorder club

Today, Mrs Maston started recorder club at lunchtime. We look forward to hearing the children progress!