Firstly let me say thank you to so many of you who have sent in such wonderful pictures of yourselves and the work you have been doing at home. You have all been so busy this week, such a huge variety of activities and work you have all been doing. Lots of you have been busy … Continue reading
As we are back to home learning we wanted to start sharing some pictures of you all at home working hard. If you have any pictures please send them to email@example.com It looks like some of you have had a great first week learning at home. Ducklings have done a lovely job with some maths … Continue reading
After a few technical issues we are delighted to share with you our Christmas production of ‘Baubles’ by Years 1, 2 & 3. I’m sure you will agree that it is a fantastic effort from all the children and a lovely way to spend Christmas Eve!
This afternoon we had fun watching the on-line pantomime, Rapunzel. The children loved it! They laughed and joined in with all the songs and fun – what a treat! Many thanks to Mrs Brookes, our amazing music teacher, for organising this. We are making sure our children don’t miss out on any Christmas traditions … Continue reading
We have been making mini Miro sculptures and have painted them in the style of Miro. We think they are pretty awesome!
Class Three tried their hand at a new art form – Batik making! As part of their Hindu week focus this term, Class Three had learnt about the traditional method of wax and dye being used to create beautiful batik patterned fabrics in Asia. We decided to have a go ourselves and create some festive … Continue reading
In Year 3 today we had a brilliant creative time. We wrote instructions, maps and guides so that Father Christmas could find us and deliver our presents regardless of whether or not we had a chimney. Then we designed and created our own unique Christmas cards. Finally we decorated glass jars to turn them into … Continue reading
All week in Year 3 we have been reading The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. It has been great fun and we have rewritten the story from the Grinch’s view point, attempted Grinch maths and created peppermint Grinch faces. It has been really good fun and had helped us to think about the real meaning of … Continue reading
This week we have been learning about the Hindu faith. We learnt about the different gods and goddesses and heard the story of Rama and Sita. We based our drama around this story and also learnt about Diwali. The children made their own masks so they could get into character!
Dear Parent/Carer, Autumn Term 2: Topic: Our new area of learning this term will be The UK. We will be exploring the counties and cities; rivers and seas and hills and mountains of the UK. We will be learning to use maps and atlases accurately and hopefully answer any questions that the children come up … Continue reading