Year 1 used their creative skills to use recycled tubes to make octopuses. We learnt how octopuses protect themselves from predators and how enormous their brains are! We drew suckers on their eight tentacles and they now look super on display in our classroom!
We have managed to get through so much already in these last 2 weeks, as you can see from the pictures. In Maths we have been revisiting place value and partitioning numbers. We have visited the Bayle pond and taken some lovely photos to use in class. In PE we were being bunnies and trying … Continue reading
This afternoon owls have been getting creative making our own rainbow fish and starfish to go on display outside our classroom. They look amazing, well done Owls!
We have been having lots of fun at school over the past few weeks. We have been very busy! We have been super shape spotters and 3D model builders, sandcastle creators and artists! We have enjoyed reading The Snail and The Whale and thought of lots of amazing rhyming words! We also created designs on … Continue reading
In Topic we have been learning about some of the kings that ruled our country and as an art lesson we thought it would be fun to recreate some of the scenes from the Bayeux Tapestry. We learnt that the battle took place not far from us in Hastings (Pevensey to be exact!) in 1066. … Continue reading
This term Year 1 were looking at the seasons. In October, we went for an Autumn walk around the graveyard at and earlier this term we visited again. We observed all the seasonal changes that were taking place and discovered lots of new life, nature and beauty! Tiki joined us as well, which we really enjoyed! … Continue reading
A few days before Mother’s Day, Year 1 worked hard to make some beautiful cards for their amazing Mum’s! Hopefully you enjoyed receiving them last week as much as the class enjoyed making them and writing lovely messages!
Today Year 4 went to our local Folkestone museum to learn about some of the science involved in the study of history. Following a look around the upstairs museum, we went downstairs to find out more about Anglo Saxons. The children took turns to look at the skeleton of an Anglo Saxon woman and learn … Continue reading
This week Year 1 have been learning about how fruits and vegetables are seasonal and the different fruit and vegetables that grow in the different seasons. We created portraits in the style of Italian artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo, drawing only fruit and vegetables to create facial features.
We have now come to the end of our Great Fire of London topic. The children have been amazing at remembering everything they have learnt. There were so many questions about the fire that we all wanted answers to and most of them have been answered by research and good listening skills. As the children … Continue reading