Years 3 and 4 continued to practise their History skills this week by studying invention and ingenuity in the Iron Age. We examined various inventions, such as the ard (an Iron Age plough), the use of wool for cloth, a rotary quern for milling flour, pottery wheels and a bit for horses. We discussed the […]Read More Invention and ingenuity in Prehistoric Times – LKS2
In KS1 this week, we have started looking at what life is like in the 1950s. The children worked in groups to become ‘experts’ in different topics such as homes, jobs, entertainment and shopping in the 50s!Read More History in Year 1: What can you find out about life in 1950’s?
This week in Science, Years 5 and 6 have been testing materials’ hardness, toughness and response to magnets. They considered how to make their experiments fair tests and, after conducting their experiments, recorded their findings in a table.Read More UKS2 Science
We have learned all about the Industrial Revolution, and how it impacted the everyday lives of everyday Victorians. The boom in industry lead to many exciting inventions revolutionising the lives of many. In History this week, we learned about these new inventions, and discussed how they would transform parts of people’s lives. In small groups, […]Read More UKS2 History- Victorian Inventions
Recently, we have been studying William Morris- a Victorian Artist who is known for his repeating pattern style of art that was used in home decoration throughout the Victorian Era and beyond. Last week, we used Morris to inspire our own digital art, using mirror images and large floral motifs. This week, we used our […]Read More UKS2 William Morris Art
Across KS2 this term, children are learning to describe their families in French. In the coming weeks, they are going to be using the knowledge gained to create Keynote presentations on their iPads, using the voice recording tool and photo / picture tools. We look forward to sharing soon! A reminder that children can practise […]Read More Ma famille
This week in our relationships assemblies, children learned the importance of trust in a caring friendship. We read the story of Max and Bird, which illustrates this quite well.Read More Trustworthy
Good morning all, I hope this email finds you well, thank you all for taking the time to provide us feedback regarding our Christmas camp. Based on the lovely response, we are pleased to say we will be running our camps for a few days during the Christmas break (dates below). As I am sure […]Read More ALPHA SPORTS UPDATE!!!
Year 2 conducted an experiment to find out which material is best suited for making cutlery. The children scored each type of cutlery and also considered the environmental impact before coming to a conclusion.Read More Science in Y2: Which material is best for cutlery?