Today we made smoothies, we used milk, bananas, blueberries, red currents, raspberries, and blackberries. The smoothies were a huge hit, as you can see from the photos below!Read More Reception make smoothies!
For a Friday treat we made some cupcakes to take home…could there be some future Bake Off champions in our class? I think so! ☺️🧁🧁🧁👍Read More Pre-school make cupcakes
This week, I received a letter from a group of pupils in Year 5: Dear Mr Wilson. The new nursery extension is not animal friendly and we thought it should maybe be a bit safer, such as having real grass and less concrete. We feel as if hedgehogs and other nature reliant animals should get […]Read More Courageous Wildlife Advocates
This morning School Council helped to deliver (and unload!) the bulk of our produce. They then had a tour of the foodbank and were told all about how it works. Thank you once again to everybody who donated- the Foodbank are thrilled to have so much stock which they hope will last until Easter. We […]Read More Foodbank Delivery
This week, Year 5 have been developing their understanding of negative numbers. To round off the week and apply their understanding, I challenged them to a game of ‘Integer Golf.’ They had to use lots of mathematical language including product, sum and quotient.Read More Negative number golf in Year 5
Yesterday Year 2 had fun weaving with materials. They used different fibres to create a pattern of their choice. Take a look at their creativity!Read More Weaving in Year 2
As part of their Geography learning about the local area, Year 1 and 2 were given the task of campaigning to stop the closure of either Lewisham Medical Centre, Manor House Gardens, The BP Garage, Dacre Park (the road) or St Margaret’s Lee Football Cage. In groups they came up with three reasons why their […]Read More Save our…
Year 5 & 6 were set a Cluedo inspired challenge to work out the details of a murder. They used mirrors and torches to track down clues hidden around the class and used reflections in order to solve the mystery.Read More Who killed Mrs Bushell?
We have continued our work on Sound by designing, carrying out and evaluating an investigation to explore the question, “Does a sound get fainter as you move further away? ” We used measuring skills with a metre tape and a datalogger to carry out our investigation before evaluating the results and discussing no how we […]Read More Sound Scientific Thinking in Year 3
Below are some photos of Reception class from today in their costumes! As we are so proud of them, as a treat tomorrow, we are going to be making smoothies, using milk, bananas, and berries. We will also be watching Frozen (1)! We hope you enjoyed the show as much as we did!Read More Celebrations for Reception class on Friday 6th December