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
Owls have been very busy and working hard all week especially in Maths. We have been learning about doubles, using dominoes and problem solving using number cards. We had worked so hard that today we had some choosing time and played with the toys and games we are using for our Topic, as you can … Continue reading
If your child is in Reception, year 1 or year 2 they will be learning phonics. Below is a video showing the set 2 and set 3 sounds ably demonstrated by Alexa. You may find this useful to practice with your child.
Today we looked at programming a Bee Bot. A program is a set of instructions and the set of instructions is called an algorithm. The Bee Bots can move forward and back, left and right. We all got to write an algorithm and program it into a Beet Bot to make it move across the … Continue reading
Today we learned about how many French people celebrate Epiphany and the New Year. We created a salt dough version of a Galette des Rois (King Cake) and some children from each class were chosen to find the fève (the clay bead). If they found it, they were crowned King or Queen of the class! … Continue reading
Dear Parents/Carers Happy New Year! We hope you had a lovely Christmas and wish you well for 2019. Our topic this term is quite appropriate for this time of year – ‘Toys and Games’. We will be looking at the differences and similarities of toys from the Victorian era to the present day. Your children … Continue reading
Recently we celebrated the work the children had put in on their independent learning topic of Christmas. Winners from each class were invited to show their work to the rest of the school.
We had a great time celebrating Christmas with the school Christmas Dinner. A big thank you to Mr Gerbino who came in to assist with serving the dinners and bringing some festive cheer.
A big thank you to the PTFA, parents and helpers who donated their time, resources and efforts to the Christmas Fair. As you can see there were some lovely stalls and brilliant performances from choir and both KS1 and KS2 dance clubs. Great fun was had by all.
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