Today Class 4 learnt all about Fire Safety. The children learnt all about what to do if there was a fire and who to contact. They have a very important […]
Y2 had great fun mastering balancing on different objects. The skipping rope challenge was a big hit with all the children.
As well as completing lots of home learning, it has been brilliant to see so many positive, smiley children embracing their learning at home. It must be so hard slams […]
As part of Science week Class 4 were set with a task of designing and building a contraption that would encourage local wildlife to our environment. The children initially thought […]
Class 4 have been investigating the effects of friction to moving objects. We had a look at which surface would contain the most friction.. we found out the wood surface […]
This afternoon Class 4 and 5 combined to take part in their own little spelling competition. Around the playground were lots of different spellings, some of them were spelt incorrectly. […]
Today the Y3 children had their very first ukulele lesson. They learnt the components of a ukulele and how to hold it correctly. They also learnt about the important of […]
Today Class 4 did a fantastic job of beginning to learn how to partition numbers with up to 4 digits! The children had to work in their partners to find […]
Class 4 have been working exceptionally hard at ups killing our vocabulary so that we can create interesting sentences that will engage our readers. The children loved using a thesaurus […]
We have been learning all about sound in Class 6. Today we investigated how sound travels over a distance using paper cup telephones. We made them in pairs and then […]
Super research on our new Science topic about rocks and soils today!
Class 5 have been partaking in lots of different drama techniques to enhance their new writing genre, “diaries”. Children began by hot seating to think deeper about our book character’s […]
This week, class 5 began their learning about measurements through an outdoor challenge. They worked in pairs to find their colour coded activity and use their rulers to solve mysteries. […]
This week we are celebrating Diversity and today we have been working alongside Mrs Ann Foxley-Johnson from the Anti-Bullying Conpany!
In Class6, we are using Indian Ink to draw potion bottles with Mrs Robbins. A lot of us haven’t used this media for and it can be tricky but it […]
We are developing our mental strategies in Class 6, thinking about how we can add and subtract efficiently. We have thought about number bonds and similarities when we add multiples […]
Today Class 5 used the computers to research the names and prices of different Victorian toys. We then discussed the value of money and just how much it has changed […]
Today class 5 had a try at creating our very own Victorian wooden peg dolls. We began by researching other dolls from the victorian era and then thought carefully about […]
This week, part of class 5 really got into the spirit of our topic ‘The Victorians’. They used pen and ink and Victorian style paper to write their name using […]
This week Class 5 have been thinking about how to put their fantastic bird home designs into an outcome. Together we began to make a whole class prototype. We discussed […]
During this half term, Class 5 have been fortunate to have had some circle time sessions with Mrs Storer. We are learning to see the impact of our kind words […]
This week, Class 5 were really lucky to work with Mrs Taylor to develop our sketching skills. We learnt all the different types of pencils and how to use them […]
Today y3 have been practising a song in French. Do you recognise it?
At the edge of the world, I graze my sheep, Where storm clouds swirl, and the valley cuts deep. I’ve farmed this land for fifty years, Calloused […]
A little while ago, we set up an experiment to test how water transports through a flower. To test this, we used food colouring to see if it would change […]
Class 6 visited Cannon Hall Farm on Tuesday 19th September, and what a day we had! Firstly, we were all really glad that there wasn’t any sign of rain! […]