Dancing, singing, poetry, learning about different cultures, sports personality of the century – all brought together in a creative and engaging whole class presentation. Well done Y4!Read More Year 4 class assembly
What a fun carousel we have had this week! Science experiment on absorbency- which material should Mr Messy use to clear up his spillage? Phonics sentences on the “er”, Maths word problems on doubling and halving, Art 3D balloon making and geo boards pattern making!Read More Year 2 Carousel
In Nursery we were lucky enough to have Winnie Mak Tselikas come to visit and read her book called London Hat Hunting Mission. We listened to the adventures of Mr Globe and his friends! We even got a chance to meet the characters! We discussed the countries the dolls were from, some of the children […]Read More The day an author came to visit.
Year 5 have been fascinated by the story of the Empire Windrush and the amazing voyage that many Caribbean people made during the 1940s. We read the poem ‘Windrush Child’ by John Agard and used this as inspiration for our own poems. We hope you enjoy them!Read More Windrush Child – poetry by Year 5
Year 1 have been reading Handa’s Surprise this week, they looked for clues in the story to work out where it might be set. We then tasted the different fruits that Handa had in her basket and thought of awesome adjectives to describe them. In the afternoon we used collage to make the fruits and […]Read More Handa’s Surprise
Baking bread, construction with Lego (building houses to protect our teddy ), practising odd and even numbers, Literacy treasure hunt and creating our textured paper for our Eric Carle collages.Read More Year 2 Carousel This Week!
Choosing pages from their favourite books as backgrounds, the class have been adding props to these mini sets and then putting on plays with their friends.Read More Reception make story boxes.
Today, Year 4 transported themselves to India as we made some tasty pakoras. They are a traditional Indian snack, made with a spice mix called garam masala. They were particularly yummy with turmeric and mint dip! We used the skills we’ve been learning in maths this week to accurately measure mass, and tomorrow we will […]Read More A taste of India
Year 4 have had a rather delicious week making mango lassis. We used our maths measurement skills to accurately measure our ingredients, and wrote up some exceptional recipes in literacy. Recipes available upon request 😉Read More Making Lassis
Today, Year 1 came back from assembly to find a potential crime scene in the classroom! Our book, Detective Dog, had been taken and some clues left behind. Year 1 were excellent detectives, just like Detective Dog, and from the clues worked out who had done it! Luckily it was only Charlotte who had borrowed […]Read More Crime Scene in Year 1