We all had a great time at the PE muti-skills festival. We enjoyed trying out lots of new games.
Y5 dressed up in blue to show they are against bullying. We had a fun afternoon playing games with our friends, decorating biscuits in blue and creating a graffiti wall with reminders of how to prevent bullying.
Y4 had a great time at Badminton Club learning lots of new skills needed for the game!
Y5 have worked hard to create their own versions of Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers. We have some budding young artists!
Year 5 carried out an investigation to see if they could separate a mixture of sand, salt and water. They discovered that filtering the mixture separated the sand and evaporation separated the salt and water.
Y5 had a great day on their Anglo-Saxons and Viking Trip. They learnt how to make ink and quills, how to weave and how to make coins on a furnace. They also learnt how to handle weapons and re-enacted a battle.
After reading a paragraph from Viking Boy describing the ‘God Temple’, Y5 drew a pencil sketch showing their interpretation of the description.
Year 5 studied different styles of art created in the Viking era and drew their own pencil sketches in a similar style.
We all had a great time dressing up as rockstars and practising our x tables on TT Rock Stars!
Y3 & 4 learnt about healthy food swaps in Phunky Foods then came up with lots of great suggestions of their own!
Y5 enjoyed choosing and reading new books today at Egremont Library.
Year 5 enjoyed making Viking butter today by shaking cream until it turned into butter. They learnt that Vikings would have done this in a butter churn and it was one of the many ways they preserved food.