On Thursday evening thirty eight children from years four, five and six went to London to watch the West End musical of Matilda. They started by eating their packed tea in Covent Garden and then headed to the Cambridge Theatre to watch the show. The children loved every minute of it. There were some excellent special … Continue reading
Well here they are, the completed project! Our pebble pals will be allowed to sit on our desks and help us to work during the day, but if they get too chatty or annoy us they will have to sit on the shelf and watch from a distance while we work.
Every Tuesday and Thursday we have investigation stations. For the last few weeks we have been learning about water and ice and how long it would take to melt an ice cube. Groups of children decided on the best place to put their ice cubes and recorded which one melts the slowest. We even tested … Continue reading
Yr.6 have been looking at Greek myths in literacy. As part of this topic they have written and performed plays based on ‘Theseus and the Minotaur’. They put a lot of effort into their costumes, words and performances. Well done everyone.
We have been looking at microorganisms in year six. We have considered how they can cause disease and how disease can spread. We have also looked at how microorganisms can be helpful to us. Today we made bread, we did one batch without yeast to see what effect the yeast had on the bread. We … Continue reading
Owls have started to decorate their pebbles that they brought back from our beach visit. Everyone put a lot of thought into creating their own pebble Pal and we will show you the finished friends soon!
What a sizzling day to be composing and performing music to help with our amazing Tempest performance, headed up by the lovely Miss Parker! Armed with scripts, instruments and the goodwill of Father David at St Mary’s and Eanswythes, we were able to compose and record some of the audio files which will be used … Continue reading
As part of our topic learning we have been looking closely at fossils. We have been thinking about what they are made from and their properties and also about how important they are in helping us understand the history of our world. We are going to be learning about Mary Anning – the mother of palaeontology, to … Continue reading
As part of our science this term we are thinking about healthy animals. This week we have started to think about what all living things need to be healthy and survive. We have been learning about the babies of different animals and finding out what we need to do to keep these babies healthy. We have … Continue reading
This week every class has had a visit from NHS representatives to talk to us about the 6 steps to Well Being. We learnt about how lots of things can help us to feel happy and good about ourselves. The 6 areas we talked about were giving your time to others, staying active, keep learning, noticing what’s … Continue reading