This afternoon we were joined by PC Paul who talked to us about keeping safe in the community. We were reminded about how to contact the emergency services if we need to and know there are two telephone numbers we can use. Do ask us if we can explain when to use the two numbers. … Continue reading Police Talk
Willow Class got to chose what we could do for our end of SATs reward. We chose cooking, rounders, woods, film and computing. We got to make rice-crispy cakes, we got to put on them smarties, sprinkles and marshmallows. They were very tasty and they did not make them back home. We all played a … Continue reading Ends of SATs reward
This week in Topic/Art we have been making- drawing- the cross section of volcanoes. We did this in pairs and threes. In the end they all looked amazing! Also, at the end we chose one of the cross sections- it had to be the best one of course- to draw onto our classroom display board. … Continue reading Cross-Section of Volcanoes 🌋
Over the last couple of weeks we have been keeping active in all sorts of ways. In PE, we have been enjoying playing cricket. So far we have recapped fielding and bowling skills. Our overarm bowl is a work in progress! We have continued to find out about active and dormant volcanoes in topic and … Continue reading Active SPAG, active volcanoes and active PE!
This terms, our topic is Extreme Earth. Today, we did our first computing lesson. Willow Class went on to the Google Earth and found some active and dormant volcanoes. One of the active volcanos was erupting as some people went on to the picture! Active and Dormant volcanos looked very different. There was even a … Continue reading Extreme Earth!
Last week we were so busy that we didn’t manage to blog as regularly as we usually do! In Maths, we spent the week exploring 2D and 3D shapes. We enjoyed classifying 2D shapes and describing their features in groups. We did this by writing on our desks again….which we love! As well as this … Continue reading A round up from last week
This morning, we continued exploring Anglo -Saxon poetry in the form of riddles. We split into groups of 2/3 and had 20 minutes to prepare a performance of a riddle which we were given. We were asked to include expression, actions and confident, clear speaking. When we performed, the rest of the class had to … Continue reading Anglo-Saxon Performance Poetry
Huge congratulations to all of Willow Class who contributed to the live debate against Lime Class. A live debate was definitely challenging, nerve racking and thought provoking but I am immensely proud that every member of the class stood up and made a point 😃 Such a brilliant Willow Class effort meant that we won … Continue reading Book Week finale – The Hot Air Balloon Debate
WOW! What a fantastic effort everybody made with their inspiration figure costumes this year! Have a look at some of our costumes here…. Also a huge thank you to Mr Murrell who all inspired us this morning to follow our dreams… Today we’ve enjoyed a book quiz, biography writing, debating and book week related art … Continue reading World Book Day 2019
Today we have been finding out more amazing facts about Emmeline Pankhurst and the Suffragettes. Plus we finished our class book on her. This afternoon we have designed placards and posters which we will create on Thursday for our live debate!By Mattie