We get up to all sorts of fun in Drama Club; some of our favourite warm up games include ‘excuse me on the bench’ and ‘ Hello I’m…!’. Today we tried to see how many different ways we could say the phrase ‘ so, we meet again.’ – have a try, you’ll be amazed how … Continue reading
As part of our art club, we took part in the competition at Bouverie Place to draw pictures of our mothers. We looked at portraits that famous artists had done of their mothers and talked about our mothers and what they liked. We then created our portraits. Evie Marshall in Year 4 and Macie Ward … Continue reading
Our new topic is ‘Health and Fitness’ and as part our art lesson we learnt all about the eat well plate and what makes a balanced diet. We then explored all sorts of textures and made our own favourite dishes. Some of them were truly amazing!
Today we made invitations to our Mother’s Day Tea Party. The children all really enjoyed this activity and they got even more excited as we carried out our auditions. Below are just some of our wonderful invites.
Thank you for all of your hard work and commitment to the Owl homes you produced. They were all so original and inspirational!
After working hard, and moving the bee up to 10, the owls had a fantastic afternoon on the last Thursday of term. We decorated (and ate) biscuits, dressed up and watched some of the old Paddington episodes.
Yr.6 have completed an author study on Michael Morpurgo. They have all read books by him individually and in group reading. They have looked at the way that he writes and what makes his books so effective. As a class they have read several short stories; ‘Conker’, ‘My father is a Polar Bear’, ‘Rainbow Bear’, ‘Marble Crusher’ and … Continue reading
As part of our “Creature Homes” topic we read the story Noah’s Ark and then re created the animals in their pairs. We very cleverly painted only 1 animal and then used this to print a 2nd animal on the other half of the page by folding the paper. It was quite tricky because the … Continue reading
We have been learning all about the Great Fire of 1666. We know that it started in Pudding Lane and spread across the city of London. We have recreated this whole scene in our art lessons. We drew Tudor houses on white card using charcoal and then we worked to create a huge collage background … Continue reading
We used our knowledge of Joey and Topthorn from ‘War Horse’ to paint canvases of horses using acrylic paints. Some of us chose to do a horse’s head and others the more complex galloping bodies. We used different shades to create a more lifelike appearance and learnt some effective techniques to use when using acrylic … Continue reading