In Art club last week we designed an image that we could replicate on to a ceramic mug. This week we have been trying to replicate the image from paper to mug using ceramic pens to outline our designs. Next week we will fill the rest of the design in with acrylic paint and take … Continue reading
Year 3 we’re lucky to attend a Roman Workshop today at Folkestone Museum. We learnt about Roman architecture, handled real Roman artefacts, looked at part of a Roman pipe from an aqueduct and got to make our own mosaic! Thank you to Sian at the museum and well done to the whole class who were … Continue reading
The whole school took part in a creative day themed around Christmas. The children enjoyed the festivities while getting creative. We had some fantastic Christmas cards, Christmas trees, bookmarks, snow globes and angels. There was glitter, glue and Christmas sparkles all over the school. Even Mrs Hines braved the mess to create snow globes. Merry … Continue reading
We have had some amazing homework in again this term. These are just some of the creatures and their homes that the children have created. There are also some fabulous stories, great drawings and beautiful collages. Well done Owls!
This week Year 3 have been busy making Christmas crackers! We learnt about the history of crackers before writing jokes and making our own!
In social club the children created calendars ready for 2019.
Yr.6 have been studying the book, ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’ by Michael Morpurgo. Michael is stranded on an island with a war veteran called Kensuke. Kensuke teaches Michael to paint on shells using octopus ink. Yr.6 used ink to represent some of the creatures he would have seen on the island on large clam shells. Its not … Continue reading
Social club have been enjoying creating angel decorations ready for Christmas and joining in board games such as Monopoly.
This week we have been using our knowledge of 2D shapes to begin to think about 3D shapes. In our maths lesson on Wednesday we painted one side of a 3D shape and made a print of it, we then wrote down what the 2D shape we had printed was.
To consolidate our learning about Ancient Egypt, we have made clay models of The Great Sphinx that can be found in Cairo. We discussed the history of The Sphinx and the geographical loaction. The children made clay models to represent the statue. They had lots of fun and worked carefully whilst creating thier master pieces!