Window artwork

I’m a bit behind with sharing Year 3’s wonderful artwork. As well as writing poetry inspired by Jeannie Baker’s Window, we used collage to create a view that we would like to see from our window, were we one of the characters in the book. Interestingly, there wasn’t a car, lorry or building site to […]

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Lights, Camera, Action! Fitness Films

The final stage of our PT project has been making a video for our clients in order to demonstrate exercises and stretches and to help inform them about the muscles being used. The children have come to appreciate quite how much work is involved before you go anywhere near a camera! Casting, scriptwriting, storyboarding, blocking, […]

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Mini meteorologists in Year 3

As part of our Rainforests topic, we have been studying climate and weather and learning the difference between them. We then split into pairs to research the weather in tropical areas of the world. Each pair was given a city or area which they had to find on a map of the world. We then […]

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Paint a picture with words

In Year 4 this week we have been looking at how we can paint a picture with words – using descriptive language. Firstly, our partner had to describe a scene in detail for us to picture.. with our eyes closed! We’ve been learning about using similes to help our reader visualise our scene and showed […]

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Please do not feed the animals…

Year 4 have been writing poetry this week, focusing on poems by Irene Rawnsley, Richard Brown and Robert Hull. As a class, we have rewritten Robert Hull’s poem – Please do not feed the animals. Its the summer holidays and we’re at the zoo. ‘Please do not feed the animals…’ Please do not feed the […]

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