Year 3 have spent this term’s Science lessons learning about the human body – more specifically, diet, nutrition, exercise, skeletons, muscles and movement. We have approached our learning as a project, by acting as Personal Trainers. Every group was allocated a client, each of whom had specific goals to achieve and we were tasked with […]Read More Personal Trainers at your service
This was the challenge Year 6 were tasked with. Having studied the Story of London (thanks to author Richard Brassey) over the past few weeks, they were asked to respond by performing the history of London in no more than 90 seconds. We’ve had live performances, modern-day parodies, poems, raps, iMovies, animations. In short, Year […]Read More The history of London in 90 seconds …
In year 4 we’ve been learning about using apostrophes for contraction. We used an animation software to create stop-motion videos of contracted words.Read More Contraction action
Year 6 have been learning about the history of London before 1066. We’ve used Richard Brassey’s ‘The Story if London’ as a reference point for a range of tasks. We’ve completed a Kahoot! quiz, ordered events, and recorded ChatterPix videos from the point of view of famous figures in London’s history – combining facts, humour […]Read More Year 6: The Story Of London
As part of their Space topic, Year 5 were tasked with creating animations to explain what a solar eclipse is. Check out this totally amazing animation by Julia. Maybe we have a future animator in our class!Read More What is a solar eclipse?
Year 6 have created glossy mags combining informal language, direct/indirect speech and facts about Shakespeare’s life.Read More Year 6: Shakespeare Magazines
In Science we have been learning about what all animals (including humans) need to survive. We became “Pets at Home” experts by using their website to carry out some research into what we would need to provide different animals in order to keep them alive. Please see our experts below for some advice!Read More Pets at Home Year 2 Science
Today is internet safety day and one concern that parents and carers often have is with regard to ‘screentime’. Internetmatters.org have a really helpful guide that you can read by clicking here.Read More Screentime