During the week of 1st - 5th February 2021 Year 2 celebrated Children’s Mental Health Week. This year’s theme was to Express Yourself. The children took part in a range of activities from mindfulness sessions to creative activities. They spent some time exploring their feelings through the story…
During Mental Health awareness week Y5 learnt about the importance of Well being and made posters to show how this can be achieved. We discussed what we like doing to make us feel happy and made worry boxes to put all our worries in so we can focus on happy things instead.
Year 5 have been reading 'The Firework Maker’s Daughter’ and were asked to design a firework that could help Lila and Lalchand win the competition! I think you’ll agree we have some future pyrotechnicians in the making!
Year 4 are reading ‘Beowulf’ retold by Michael Morpurgo. They wrote in role as a journalist to report on Grendel’s first attack on the mead hall.
Even though many of us are having to spend a lot more time at home, Year 4 have been taking part in different activities to keep their bodies moving.
Our Y6 children were once again challenged to refine their drawing skills in their Art lesson this week. They learnt ways to demonstrate perspective and both the children learning at home and in school produced some impressive results.
Along with their work on shape and number and following all their Speed Sound sessions, the Reception children talked about the Gruffalo’s friend, the kind witch, who invited all her animal friends to share her broom until it was too heavy and it snapped in two! The children were challenged to…
Year 1 have enjoyed investigating floating and sinking at home. They selected various objects around the house to test. They predicted and then tested the different materials. Great home learning Year 1.
This week Year 2 learned about the impact of the Great Fire of London then spent the rest of the week working on a design technology project. They had to use their knowledge of what Tudor houses were made from to create their own models of a Tudor house showing as much detail as possible. They…
Y5’s home learning on Space.
Y5 created dioramas to show their understanding of the world’s biomes.
Year 4 enjoyed investigating how to create their own static electricity using balloons.