This week in Year 4 we have been thinking about Brexit and what it means for the future of our country. We had great discussion and thought about the process of voting too. We finished off by having our own mini referendum.
We have been learning about the climate in a rainforest and how different it is from the climate in the UK. The children produced a weather report from rainforests around the world and presented them to the class in the style of a TV reporter.
This week we have taken part in a drama workshop based on our current topic Rainforests. Here are some photos of the children in action!
Yesterday Yr.6 enjoyed a drama workshop on their topic of weather and climate led by Ian from Kic Theatre. They worked in groups to reenact different weather scenarios and events. They also created wind turbines thermometers in groups. It was great fun.
This term in year 5, we are learning about World War 2. Were very lucky to visited by Ian from KIC Theatre who ran a drama workshop for us based upon our new topic. We put ourselves into many of the roles of people who experienced the war such as soldiers enlisting in 1939, families … Continue reading
Ian from Kic Theatre was in school today and ran an amazing session with Year 4 about our topic of Europe. Enthusiastically, the children packed imaginary suitcases and began a journey into Europe travelling to France either under the sea, on the sea, by air or some even swam! Having visited various places in France, the … Continue reading
This morning Eagles took part in a drama workshop. Ian from Kic Theatre came in to talk about our topic – The Great Fire of London. We discussed how the fire started and then pretended to be the Farrinor family baking the bread and cleaning the bakery. Then when the fire started we acted out … Continue reading
This morning the other half of yr.6 went to The Alkham Valley Community Centre for their War horse workshop. They were able to participate in a riding lesson, experience driving a carriage and grooming a horse. They also met a seven month old foal and looked at tack and harnesses. It was great fun for … Continue reading
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!