We have really enjoyed learning about Handa and how her village in Kenya is different to our home town of Weymouth. This week we looked at a traditional Maasai Tribal Warrior Jumping Dance and decided to do our own Reception version. Many thanks to Miss Warwick who taught us the fantastic call and response chants more »
Archive | May, 2018
Our Shakespeare topic came to an end this week and we finished up our learning about the story of Macbeth by creating a scene from the play in a shoebox. It was incredible to listen to how much the children had enjoyed this topic and how much about the story they had learned by listening more »
What an assembly! Having missed last week’s, there was twice the number of awards to look at. And the Brownies had enrolled new members this week – we simply HAD to hear about that. And there was double the number of star awards. Phew! This is how the assembly shaped up: Well done to: Award more »
Didn’t they do well! Year 1 all spoke clearly and confidently in their assembly yesterday. Their behaviour during the show made all of us very proud and I was impressed by how much they had all practised their lines. A special well done to the three boys who bravely read out their stories but a more »
To a backdrop of thumping dance music, they had to Floss for 10 whole minutes. Could they do it? Of course they could.
Over the last few weeks, Year 1 have been learning about identifying leaves and trees. There are four different leaf shapes they have learnt: compound, linear, simple and lobed. Also, how to recognise the difference between evergreen and deciduous trees or leaves. They have recorded their findings by writing, drawing and labelling. Well done Year more »
Here’s the link for the Year 5 class.
It was an interesting change on Tuesday to eat lunch surrounded by a Book Fair. It was like having lunch in the library! Wednesday was BBQ day and so everyone had lunch outside. Delicious!
Animal Documentaries Over the course of the last few weeks, the children have been working hard on their animal documentaries. The children wrote scripts based on what was happening in their animal videos, alongside information that they had found using online sources. They also learnt how to use Windows Movie Maker in order to edit more »
This year’s spring fayre was a great success. There were fabulous stalls, a delicious barbecue, bouncy castle, yummy ice creams and lots of fun for all the family including performances from Weymouth Ukuleleans and Evolution Dance. Many thanks to everyone who gave up their time to organise it and get everything ready and to help more »