As part of our work on the Great Fire of London, we worked in small groups with Mrs Bayliss to create a house in the style of those that were around at the time of the great fire.
We have been learning to recognise and name common 2D shapes along with identifying and discussing their properties.
Today we went outside and laid down in the warm sunshine on the astroturf. We watched the clouds scoot by and saw all sorts of birds- including a very brief view of a swallow swooping overhead. A cloud went overhead … Continued
On Tuesday 12th June we went to Drayton Golf Club for the Golf Festival. There were 10 stations and 8 of them had a game that we had to play. The first game we had to play was called Bullseye. … Continued
Today we amalgamated our #30DaysWild activity with some computing! We needed to learn about branching databases, so we learned how we can use them to identify the different types of insects and other invertebrates living in our school habitat. We … Continued
Today we had a great surprise when we arrived at school- Mrs Barker had borrowed a moth trap and had left it set up overnight! We had lots of different moths to look at in the trap. The trap works … Continued
Today we spent just 4 minutes picking up litter on the backfield after breaktime. We thought that the field had looked very clean, but actually, we found a lot of small pieces of rubbish. Lots of it was plastic too. … Continued
11.06.18 West Oxford Partnership Quad Kids- we took 40 children to compete at this event! Results were: -Year 3/ 4 B team 5th place out of 7 teams -Year 3/ 4 B team 7th out of 8 teams -Year 3/ … Continued
12th June: Sharing our finds, feather and egg identification There was lots of wildness in Cole Class today! Firstly, half of the class went to forest school this morning, while the other half learnt about the things that all living things … Continued
Today we did a mini wildness search on the backfield, looking for moss, lichen and small flowers. We found lots of daisies, as well as some very interesting lichen. We have enjoyed looking at the lichen under a magnifying glass.