In Class 4, we are enjoying reading the novel 'Skyhawk' written by Gill Lewis. As part of our English learning, we are challenging ourselves to write
non-chronological reports which aim to provide many interesting facts about the Osprey.
Today, we used the ipads and…
Today we visited the school library. We looked around at the books and read some to a friend. Some of us even got to sit on the special beanbags! We chose ‘The Witches’ by Roald Dahl as our class book. We have enjoyed reading chapter one at home time. We can’t wait to read chapter…
Elephant Art Work
Linking to our English book 'The Firework Maker's Daughter,' in Art we produced some amazing elephant watercolour art. We are very proud of our wonderful work!
To launch the start of our new class novel, Street Child, we read the first chapter and then created a visualisation map of the room in which Jim Jarvis and his family live in. We decided upon the items that the family would have in the room and placed them within the…
Class 1 loved meeting their Year 6 Buddies for the first time. The Year 6 children were so mature and nurturing towards the new children and it was a real pleasure to see and hear the buzz about reading together. Class 1 can't wait for Friday's play time now!
Research on the Romans
In English, the children collected research from a range of different sources. We used books, the internet and fact files. Our research will help us create fact files on how the Romans lived.
Take a closer look at our photos in our photo gallery!
Class 2 have had a great morning today. We have been learning road safety poems and performing them to the rest of the class.
In English today we used the laptop to conduct research on different areas of the Stone Age. In pairs, the children researched;
- Cave paintings
- The importance of fire
- Daily life
- Eating habits
In their English books, they…
The Stone Age Boy
In English today we re-created a hunting scene from our book. Om and her family took The Stone Age Boy on a group hunt, what an experience! We brainstormed thoughts, feelings and actions of each character. It was great fun, bringing drama into our English lessons.
A belated post to show pictures of Class One's dragon! A group of children worked tirelessly over a number of weeks to create their own Chinese Dragon. To celebrate Chinese New Year we took to the playground to dance with our dragon head, along with the painted read tail and musical…
Pupil blog by Beth and Ella
In Class 3 this week we have been learning about the River Nile, here is some of the information we have discovered…
Way back (3,500 years ago) the River Nile was the key to survival. It was so important to the ancient Egyptians because they…
English - The Pied Piper
In English this term, we have been looking at the ballad 'The Pied Piper' by Robert Browning. The legend dates back to the Middle Ages, the earliest references describing a piper, dressed in multicoloured ("pied") clothing, who was a rat-catcher hired by the town to…