Thursday 18th June – Class 4

Happy Thursday! I hope you are all staying safe and enjoy the suggested learning below for today. Don’t forget to take a look at the ‘Singing Assembly’ blog too. Miss Scotchford 🙂 The Great British Spag off – Who killed the chef? If you have lost the suspects list, here it is again: As you will… Read more »

Amazing learning so far…

Hi everyone! Lots of lovely learning coming through. You have been keeping very busy…

Quick literacy quiz.

Have a go at this literacy quiz, can you remember all of the SPaG vocabulary? If you can’t look in your folders for the information that I gave you last term and find the answers. Your next task is to look in your spelling book and practice the last set of words, can you get… Read more »

It’s Tuesday, time for spellings!

Have a close look at the word list below, it is made up of 100 words that you are expected to learn to spell accurately in years 5 and 6, make a list of the ones that you are not confident with and start to learn them. There are lots to get through so don’t… Read more »

A ‘Raft’ of Ideas for Outdoor Learning

What a great day of learning we have had. Along with our new additions, we had a morning of hard work on our Maths and English skills, followed by a fantastic afternoon in the Forest School area. This afternoon, we built a bug hotel from old logs and made rafts using sticks and twine. Everyone… Read more »

Weekly learning 15/06/20

Good morning everybody, I hope that you have all had a nice weekend taking advantage of some summer sunshine! This week’s work follows a theme of islands and travel by sea but for very different parts of the World. Let me see how you get on with your tasks. The French challenge was a pupil… Read more »

Job Done!

This afternoon, we worked on finishing the shelter we designed and started to build yesterday. I’m sure you would agree that with little guidance, the children have done fantastically well completing a very competent shelter. I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend whatever you are doing. Take care, Mr. Este

In the open air.

Seeing the fantastic lean to structure being made yesterday reminded me of going to out door or open air theatre showings, I certainly hope that the Forest School area will host some productions, and thought about Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London. By coincidence it was on the 12th of June 1997 that Queen Elizabeth opened… Read more »

D & T: Shelter From Start to (Nearly) Finished

In D & T we have been making lean to and tent frames. We went outside into the forest school area and made the frame from wood we cut to size. Now the outline of the shelter is made, we will fill it in. It’s been an excellent day!

More learning…

Wow! Look at these great pieces from you all! Love to see you are all still hardworking and putting in 100%!