In Class 3, we have been working hard on our French accent and fluency of speaking. We have been practicing french greetings, such as
- Comment allez vous?
- Trés bien, merci
- Oui, bein merci
- Comment t'appelle tu?
- Je m'appelle…
Weekly blog by William and Beth
Ancient Greek artists created paintings and sculptures, but one of their most famous inventions is the black and orange decorated pot. These were both practical objects that could be used for wine or water, and beautiful works of art. In Class 3 we have started…
Last week we looked at forces and how they can make an object slow down, speed up or change direction. This week we explored magnets and magnetic forces.
We learnt that magnetism is an invisible force that acts between two materials that do not have to be in direct contact. You…
Class 4 - Music
In our Music lesson today, we enjoyed perfecting our vocals to Bon Jovi's 'Livin' on a prayer'.
We have also been learning the notation for the instrumental section and accompanying the music during the 'orchestra' section.
Watch this space for our performance infront of…
Leo was lucky enough to go home with Tilly this weekend, it looks like they had a fantastic weekend! (I'm glad he survived playing with Herbie!)
Homework Heroes - Week 2
Wow! What another fantastic week of homework pieces, I am yet again very impressed by the variety and quality of homework. Well done Class 3 - keep up the good work.
Our homework heroes this week are Bethany, Chloe D and William.
spoilt the Class…
Homework Heroes - Week 1
This week’s homework hero is Ruby. Ruby created an amazing map of Aberford to link with our current geography topic of mapping. It even included a detail key. Well done Ruby!
Homework Heroes – Spring - Week 2
Once again, Class 4 have blown me away with the creative, imaginative and eye-catching pieces of homework they have produced! Keep up the superb standard of work!
I have selected two children who have come up with well-presented, detailed and…
The Jewish Creation Story
Today we studied the Jewish beliefs about creation, and considered what the story tells us about the world. We sequenced the story and created storyboards in our books. Throughout the lesson we suggested meanings for the different parts of the story and recognised…
Ancient Greek Olympics
In History today, we travelled back in time to 776BC, when the first Olympic Games took place. They were held in honour Zeus, and took place every 4 years at Olympia. At this time any wars going on between City states were stopped so all could take part.
In groups, we…
Weekly blog by Caden and Chloe S
This week we have being learning about forces in Science. In groups we carried out an investigation to find out how much force is needed to move a toy car on different surfaces.
Prediction: it will take more force to move on a rough surface
Class 4 English lesson By Abigail and Isobel
We have been reading Kensuke’s Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo. Today, in our English lesson, we listened to some sounds of the sea in a storm. Whilst we listened to this, we wrote down how Michael,…