Lovely to meet you, my name is Dino! Most Dinosaurs are scaly and tough, but I'm the softest stegosaurus you've ever snuggled. I like to stomp around so my squishy spines wobble and I love practising my scary ROAAR!! I have a weekend diary and I go home with someone from…
This afternoon in History, we looked at why the Romans built new roads in Britain and created a model to show the cross-section of a Roman road.
Before the Romans arrived, Britain had no proper roads. The Celts rode horses, walked and traveled in carts pulled by oxen along paths…
Problem Solving with Class 1
On Friday afternoon we joined Class 1 for part of the afternoon to work on some creative problem-solving challenges. We worked fabulously as a team and created some wonderful structures, even if we did get a little wet!
The Big Book of Questions
Class 3 have loved their new 'Big Book'! Since coming back to school, the children of Class 3 have been writing down thought-provoking questions and posting them in the book. As a class, we have explored the questions and tried our best to answer them. We have used our…
Class 2 spent their first Junior Jam lesson listening to different styles of music on the Garage Band app, in preparation for starting their own music compositions next week.
Take a closer look at our photos in our photo gallery!
Class One really enjoyed exploring our outside field area today. The sun was shining and we all had smiles on our faces.
We were travelling with confidence and skill on the balancing and climbing equipment; throwing and kicking the ball and negotiating space successfully playing tig.
This week, Class 4 were challenged with selecting at least one task out of a possible four, relating to World War 1. We really did get a wealth of learning which was very impressive.
Take a look at just a selection of the completed work.
This week, we have chosen…
Class 4 had great fun yesterday whilst learning some crucial safety messages during our 'Scooter awareness' session. All children listened intently and scooted safely as Year 5 and Year 6 were led out on to the streets of Aberford to learn how to use scooters safely on the…
- are warm-blooded
- have lungs and need air to breathe
- have ears that stick out
- mothers nurse their young with milk
- give birth to live young
- have fur or hair
- have ear holes instead of ears
- have feathers and wings
- have webbed…
Taking a Pencil for a Walk
Year 1 had a fantastic art lesson with Mrs Shaw today. They started learning about primary colours by taking a pencil for a walk around their piece of paper. Then colouring the shapes they made using only primary colours.
Creative Clay Tiles
Our art topic for this half term came to an exciting end yesterday as we created our clay tiles featuring our feather designs. We had to take care to carve our designs, adding texture, pattern and shape. We have learned some fascinating facts throughout the week and have had…
Class 3 thoroughly enjoyed their first science lesson of the term, they began their 'Animal Classification' topic. They worked a team to organise facts and pictures into 6 different categories.