Evaluating our pottery in LKS2

LKS2 have spent several weeks designing, refining and making pots based on Prehistoric Bell Beaker pottery. This week, we used our analysis skills to ascertain what went well, what could have been improved and what was difficult about the process. The children also recorded the techniques involved in making their pots and were surprised by […]

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Through the Ages

LKS2 have been learning about the prehistoric period this half term. They have been busy creating their Horrible Histories magazines about the prehistoric period to showcase everything they know about The Stone Age, The Bronze Age and The Iron Age.

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Young Music Critics

Some classes listened to a wide selection of Christmas songs today, from traditional carols through to contemporary pop, as they played a fun game to find their class favourite. The winning songs were: Year 1: Rockin’ Around The Christmas TreeYear 2: All I Want For Christmas Is YouYear 4: All I Want For Christmas Is […]

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LKS2 investigate shadows

Years 3 and 4 spent Thursday afternoon exploring the world of shadows and working on making scientific predictions. We learnt the words transparent, translucent and opaque to describe how much light different materials allow through. We established that shadows are when light is blocked by a solid object and chose different materials to put between […]

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Mirrors and reflection in LKS2

Years 3 and 4 have continued their learning about light with some further investigation into mirrors and reflection. We have investigated the fact that we need light to see and drawn simple conclusions on this subject. We then focused on the concept of reflection and used mirrors to generate and answer questions and to discuss […]

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