For our independent learning this term, Owls were given the challenge to explore Folkestone Triennial. After taking a walk along the harbour, Owls agreed to base their learning on Skating Situations, a skateable sculpture by Assemble. First Owls watched videos of local skaters skating the sculpture. Then they designed their very own skateable sculpture piece. … Continue reading
Yesterday Owls tested out the safety and durability of their rockets for Beegu. First they placed an egg inside their rockets and secured them with tape. Then we all headed out to the playground and the Owls took it in turns to launch their rockets down the slide. We all counted down for each launch … Continue reading
In Spanish club we always have lots of fun by playing games whilst we learn. One of our favorite games is similar to musical bumps. In this game the children dance to music and when the music stops, they must find the correct colour, number or whatever else we are learning. Check out the videos … Continue reading
As you can see from our photos, Owls (and the adults) had an amazing time tobogganing today! After we ate our packed lunches at Radnor Park and then had a little play in the park with Eagles class. We finished the day off with a movie and doughnuts.
In DT this term, Owls have been busy designing and making a rocket for Beegu. They spent their first lesson drawing and labelling their rocket, whilst also thinking carefully about how they could keep Beegu safe inside. In their next lesson, the Owls began making their rockets using recycled items. They used PVA glue and … Continue reading
Over the past two weeks, Owls have been thinking carefully about comparing numbers in Maths. The children were introduced to 3 important signs to compare numbers and objects, greater than, less than and equals. Yesterday the children worked in teams to order objects from either the smallest number to the greatest number or the greatest … Continue reading
Last week in Science, Owls agreed to answer a special request from Beegu, to explore the 5 senses humans on Earth have. First we focused on two senses, hearing and sight. The children went outside and wrote down things they could hear. After, they found out how important their sense of sight is by using … Continue reading
Over the past few weeks, Owls class have been learning all about the history of the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong. We watched some footage of Neil’s first few steps on the moon and we have leant lots of facts about him, including, where he was born, his famous words and the names … Continue reading
Owls had a lovely walk around Folkestone to see the different pieces of Triennial art this afternoon. They were well behaved and enjoyed a little stop off at the beach. Some of the art pieces we saw were: Forgiving Light, Climate Emergency Services, Surface Flows, Skating Situations and the Gateways of Sea.
During our Science lesson a breaking news message suddenly displayed on the board! The message asked the children of Owls class to investigate a crash site on the playground immediately. The children were very eager to go and investigate! We kept a close eye out for any clues and evidence left behind. We found a … Continue reading