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 were given a Maya civilization project. They could create something of their choice to show what they had learnt. This is what they came up with. The imagination and creativity has been absolutely amazing. Well done everyone!
Year 4 designed then made their very own vikings shields using a range of essential skills.
Year 6 have been studying the famous WW1 poem: Dulce Et Decorum Est by Wildred Owen. Inspired by the powerful language and imagery in the poem, Y6 produced some stunning poems of their own.
Y6 used watercolours to create a somber feel for their Remembrance artwork. The brief was to draw poppies of varying heights with elements of texture and depth. The children chose to use watercolours as they felt they reflected the muted and soft feelings of remembrance and loss.
All of the children have been working so hard to create their Stone Age Homes. Having studied Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic homes at school; children and parents helped to create some breathtaking houses over 3 weeks for homework. A huge success and fun to do too!
We enjoyed making our own clay coil pots as they would have made during the Stone Age.
Florence Nightingale would have been 200 years old on 12th May 2020. Year 2 researched the life of Florence Nightingale and used what they learned to produce information posters and pieces of writing to tell others about her and why she was so important.
Year 2 came together through Class Dojo to celebrate the 75th VE Day. The children found out about Victory in Europe by completing a reading comprehension and carrying out further research of their own. They used what they had learned to write an acrostic poem about VE Day. They also shared…
Year 2 were very creative in the ways they chose to celebrate St George'sDay. Some of them chose to draw pictures, make props such as swords, shields, flags and dragons and dress up while others baked St George's Day treats.
As part of our topic on Anglo-Saxons, Y4 made their own Corn Dollies. We all agreed that it was very ‘fiddly’ and required careful dexterity and patience.
Y5 have researched, designed and made Viking Shields.