Today, we took part in The Rainbow Games! Class 1 and 2 took on four challenges, which were called Twister, Star Challenge, Jump my Height and Mighty Memory. The tasks tested how far we could jump, how much we could remember and our balancing skills. We found the tasks both exciting…
I always love receiving pictures of your home learning. Here are some of the pictures that I have been sent this week:
The children in class love to see all of your home learning pictures and videos. Please keep sending them to me and follow along with our learning using…
On Monday we did a science experiment, where we tested materials to see if they would float or sink. We wanted to test which material would be the best one to make a lifeboat with.
After our experiment, we made some lifeboats using lots of different types of materials. We tried hard…
Floating & Sinking
After learning about the RNLI last week, we decided to test different materials to see which would be the best material to make a lifeboat with. We wanted to test each material to see if it would sink or float in the water. We tested wood, metal, plastic, glass, fabric,…
After learning about the dangers of the sea and the RNLI, we looked at the works of Claude Monet and how he painted and represented the sea. We learnt all about his life and looked at his different pieces of artwork.
Monet was a French artist, who loved to paint landscapes and…
Well we have reached the end of week five and once again we have had a few extra faces join us, they have slotted in perfectly. This week we started our new topic called ‘Journeys’. We have produced some fabulous descriptive writing in English, planned our own holidays in Maths and produced some…
This week we are learning about the RNLI (The Royal National Lifeboat Institution), who are a lifeboat search and rescue charity. So far, we have learnt about their three different types of life boats. They use an all-weather lifeboat, an inshore lifeboat and a hovercraft.
Extreme weather conditions across the world
How many types of extreme weather can you think of?
We researched each of the different extreme weathers;
and described what they are, what the effects/damage…
Today, we looked at the water cycle and the distribution of water around the world.
Where does rain come from?
All the water in the world rises from the Earth’s surface and falls back to the ground in a continuous cycle which is driven by the sun’s energy. Water that falls back…