It was so lovely to be able to take the Year 3 children on a trip out of school. The double decker took us quickly to Creswell Craggs. We really got to understand our Mists of Time learning in context: with hippos, bears and hyenas living along side homo sapiens right here in Britain. We […]
Today, the children have taken inspiration from the greats, Roy Litchenstein, who created Pop Art. The children started their own art work piece today using bubble wrap to create Ben Day dots which Litchenstein used in his own work.
Today, the children enjoyed a hands on learning experience of capacity. They used different containers to estimate the capacity of each, using water. Some children guessed accurately, and even noticed that wider containers can have a larger capacity than taller ones!
This week Year Two have had a great time exploring the theme of growth as part of British Science week. We have been preparing our planters, learning how to plant seeds and creating our own worm farms in order to make own compost! We are all excited to see how things grow!
During our ‘Go Wild’ learning journey, Y4 explored how Bear Grylls (among others) has tried to develop cars that can take off, glide, and then land safely. First, we created cars and experimented with different fans to see which were best for accelerating on the ground. We used timers to see how long each fan […]
This week we have continued to think about spring and the insects that are starting to come out of their winter hibernation. We have been reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar, The crunchy munchin caterpillar and What the lady bird heard. We also read a book about snail and learn some new snail facts! Making clay […]