Today we celebrated the end of our Topic, ‘Famous Women in History’, by coming to school dressed up as a famous person. This morning we wrote diary entries based on the lives of these people. Then, this afternoon we had a party to recognise what these people did in history and how they advanced the … Continue reading
Linked to our topic of ‘Toys and Games’, this term Owls have had a go at making their own wooden dolls in the style of Forky! We had lots of fun creating our own cutlery characters!
This term in Literacy we have been researching and writing about nurses in history. We have learnt about Mary Seacole, Florence Nightingale and today we read about Edith Cavell. All these women were remembered for the amazing things they brought to nursing. We thought it would be good to do a bit of role play … Continue reading
This week Owl’s made the most of the autumn sunshine and went on a nature walk. We saw lots of different leaves, conkers, mini beasts and mushrooms!
This week Year 1 have been planting daffodils bulbs ready for spring. We had to dig a hole, plant the bulb with the roots pointing down then cover it with soil. We can’t wait to see them flower!
To finish their learning on Ancient Greece, Year 6 had a food tasting session! They tried a variety of Greek food from feta cheese to olives! The bread and olive oil was a firm favourite!
Yr.6 have created some amazing creations based on ancient Greece for their homework. They range from cakes with Greek alphabet decorations to masks and clay models. I’m sure you’ll agree they are excellent and very creative. Well done Yr.6!
This week we had a Roman Day in Class 3. We had some visitors who brought an amazing selection of Roman artefacts with them. We learnt about the Romans through the eyes of a little boy and learnt many new facts. We also sampled some Roman recipes – with mixed reviews! We also celebrated some … Continue reading
This term our topic was keeping healthy. We investigated the similarities and differences between the basic needs of animals and the needs of humans. We looked at the Eatwell Plate and sorted items into their food groups, we made a healthy plate of our own using collage and looked inside our bodies at our skeletons … Continue reading
This afternoon, Class 5 visited Folkestone Museum for a workshop about Victorian history. The children took part in a ‘history hunt’ as they searched for clues and information to answer a series of questions. We also had the opportunity to handle a range of replica Victorian clothes and artifacts. It was a lot of fun … Continue reading