What a great time was had! Lots of challenge and adventure and so many memories! Lots of photos taken of our different activities – 3G swing, zip wire, body boarding, bottle rockets, scrap heap challenge, culver walk, mini olympics, laser, orienteering, leap of faith, climbing, team tech, problem solving and obstacle course. Not to forget … Continue reading Residential at Kingswood
Sats are over for Year 6 – finally! We went to the woods to make houses for some little friends! Special refreshments were available as we all got designing and making. Lots of fun was had constructing some very high-end luxurious abodes.
In art, we have been working on Viking jewellery. We had previously drawn a piece of jewellery that the Vikings used to wear… people drew their designs of brooches and arm rings. Today Mrs Ashby gave us some model air modelling material so we could make our own 3D creative jewellery! We had lots of … Continue reading Viking Jewellery
Our Spring Term ended with our Easter Eucharist service. A rather wet walk but a lovely service when we got there.
Celebrating National Science Week and our science topics, Key Stage 2 set off to visit the museum in Bristol. A full-on, fun-packed day followed with lots of tired children and adults at the end. There was masses to do and see whilst we were there and we also found time to listen to a Senses … Continue reading Visit to We The Curious
The year 5’s were invited to Pewsey Vale School to join in some dramatic slapstick on Monday. After a day involved in workshops and rehearsals, they were ready to perform to everybody.
We celebrated Mothering Sunday early with poems, prayers and portraits. A lovely service where we could all be thankful. Thank you to all who joined us. I hope you enjoyed your cards on Sunday!
We’ve already been really busy in Book Week. We cheated (slightly) and began looking at our book – Snow White in New York – last week. We began by writing our own setting and character dialogue from the different scenes. This was then combined into our scripts which we are hoping to perform in Friday’s … Continue reading Book Week
The Spring Term saw us all becoming detectives and investigating Light. A laptop had been stolen and we had to eliminate suspects by conducting various light experiments. Our scientific investigative skills certainly progressed as we had to consider how to make the testing fair; what did we have to measure, and what our variables might … Continue reading Spring Term
On Tuesday 19th of December everyone in KS2 had a Christmas party. We played fun games such as: under and over, musical statues and normal dancing.Halfway through, we had snacks and food – lots of food.Venus won under and over and all got sweets.We had lots of fun playing the corner game where the teachers … Continue reading PARTY!