Yr.6A have enjoyed the sun so far this week and had water fights both at the Bayle Pond and in the playground. They have also used water guns to squirt paint in the style of the artist Jackson Pollock, cooked milk chocolate cookies, played rounders and badminton, re potted their bean seeds which have grown … Continue reading
Our Second week back at school was a success! We had lots of fun learning how to use a ruler and measure things around the classroom. We had fun Friday and ate lollies and watched The Queens Corgi. We finished our week with ‘celebration time’ where the children were awarded certificates and a dip in … Continue reading
We had lots of fun creating minibeasts on pebbles. The children thought carefully and the finished pebbles were fantastic! We gave them names and had lots of fun re creating our story of the week ‘The Bad Tempered Ladybird’
In Key Worker Group B we have been having lots of fun at school. We have designed new super heroes and made comic strips to tell their origin stories. We have created super hero themed Pop Art and lenticular art showing heroes and their alter egos. In science, we were given the challenge to save … Continue reading
Yet again you have sent us some brilliant examples of your home learning. We have loved seeing some fantastic pieces of work based on maths, literacy, science, geography, art and topic. Well done everyone!
Owls B have now renamed themselves, they would now like to be known as the Dolphins! We have had an even busier week this week as you can see from the photos. Our worship and RE this week has been focused on Hope. We discussed what hope was and likened it to the story of … Continue reading
This is how our second week in school has gone: We have done more planting and dissecting flowers. Also, we are making the most of our time at The Bayle Pond.
Over the last two days Yr.6A have trained Tiki in agility; done lots of work based around the book they are reading – ‘Wonder’ by R J Palico; worked with tangrams in maths and done mathematical challenges in teams; designed soft baseballs; worked to design a boat which would hold the most weight using only … Continue reading
This week we have welcomed back some more children. We have been sketching the Bayle pond, riding bikes, writing postcards to the children who are still at home and we have used our sense of touch to explore different textures with our feet! We have worn ourselves out with workouts with Joe Wicks and cleared … Continue reading
Over the last few days we have continued to have fun whilst staying safe. For exercise the children have been playing catch, tennis and dodge ball as well as bike riding. We have also been visiting the Bayle Pond for some fresh air, to play games and to make a bouncy ball as well as … Continue reading