This week we painted impressionist paintings of Monet's garden.
We used to cotton buds instead of paintbrushes to help create the broad brushstrokes used in the impressionism style.
This week's homework hero is Seb.
Seb made a cool clock model to help teach people how to tell the time.
It's even better than the one we use in class!
Well done Seb!
Class 3 have turned into reporters this week to report of the tragic murder of three innocent little pigs. As a class, we reinacted the crime scene and spoke to some key witesses of the terrible attack. Check back soon for full news coverage on the story ..
Pollinating Flowers by William S
We looked at the reproductive parts of the flower in Science yesterday. The reproductive parts include;
- Stamen - produces the pollen
- Stigma - is sticky so it makes the pollen stick to the plant from a bee, it then sends it to the ovaries
- Style - sends…
Homework Hero - Week 1
We are into our last half term of the school year, which means the last group of homework tasks. The children were very excited to find out their tasks and get started, which clearly shows in the work handed in today. Three children in particular stood out this week;…
This week's homework hero is Bailey.
Bailey created an amazing poster to each people to tell the time. He put a lot of effort into it and he is really proud of his work.
Well done Bailey!
This week, as part of our Geography topic 'Comparing Localities', Class 2 learnt about the Yorkshire seaside town of Scarborough.
As a local town, many of the children had visited Scarborough with their families and friends. Therefore, it was an ideal coastal location…
Pupil blog by Jack, Maddy, Ava and Kaitlyn
In music this week we learnt the Peter Rabbit song and actions. ‘We had to do it slowly, then miss some out and go really fast,’ said Maddy. ‘I really liked it when we went fast,‘ added Jack. ‘I liked it when we did it in silence because you…
Our KW Grid
For our topic input the children told me what they already know about minibeasts. They then had to think of what they would like to know. There were some lovely ideas, such as "does anyone make minibeast art?" and wondering if ladybirds get a new spot every birthday! We put all of…
This week we have turned into journalists and been exploring newspaper writing. We worked in pairs to identify the key features;
- opening sentence
- main body
- pictures/ photos
- closing sentence