It’s all very well building a boat but the true test comes when you launch it. Questions buzz through your head. Will it float? Will it sink? Have I used the right materials? Will it topple over? Will it be stable? Well, all these questions were answered today as well as asking 1 more question. more »
Another fantastic Skip 2 b Fit start to our day today, well done everyone! It was lovely to see some parents as well as siblings and our children joining in this morning, what a positive way to end our week. Have a lovely sunny weekend and see you next Friday for some more Fitness Fun! more »
And so, the day the children had been waiting for had arrived. We had designed our boats, collected the recycled materials that we thought we might need so now all that was left was to build the boats. Can we do it? YES WE CAN !
Wow, what imaginative designs all of the children came up with last week when we built our boats. Today, we put them to the test and had some really good discussion about what makes a good boat, why some float and some don’t and what we liked about each others’ designs. Well done, everyone, for more »
Year 4 are embarking on their new project of electrical engineering, we are learning how to create light, heat, sound and movement using electricity. Today we investigated conductors and insulators and tested whether you can power a lightbulb with a balloon or a pair of scissors. We look forward to seeing you at our Games more »
What another wonderful week it has been in Reception. I couldn’t stop taking photographs of all the children being busy in the classroom and following their interests. We had a visit from a spider on Tuesday which inspired a group of children to make spider homes and the painting table has also been fully booked more »
Do you know who won The Battle of Bosworth? How many wives did Henry VIII have? What did the Tudors wear? Where did the Tudors live? What happened to the Mary Rose? If you do not know the answer to these questions, have a read of Year 4’s very own Tudor Fact Books, complete with more »
Year 4 have been really resilient and have finished their amazing Tudor Roses. The stitching in the creations you can see are the children’s own work, a result of concentration and dedication to perfection. Well done Year 4, it was a pleasure to complete this project with you all.
Here are some photos of the Reception unit’s wellbeing activity which took place during the enrichment day last Friday. Everyone seemed to be having a great time and all of the adults involved were impressed by the children’s concentration during the painting activity. We painted some butterflies in the style of pointillism and everyone produced more »
Here’s a blog post to update everyone on last week as well as the start of the current one! Thank you very much to Mrs Randall who brought in some delicious cake for everyone to celebrate her birthday last Thursday. We enjoyed it in the sunshine! Today, we were visited by Chrissie from Morrisons who more »