What do you think would happen to the brightness of a bulb if more cells were added to a circuit? What about if the same amount of cells were used but more bulbs were added to the circuit? Year … Continued
Year 4 had a special morning on Wednesday. A tennis coach came in to teach the children and give them a taster for playing Tennis in a competitive game. This followed on well from our previous PE focus of Tennis.
In year 2 over the past few weeks we have been learning about money. We’ve learnt to recognise the different coins, as well as how to make the same amount with different coins. We’ve done addition and subtraction with money, … Continued
We have recently received this message about our winning Antarctic flags: Great news, your flags have been sent to their flag carrier so will shortly be on their way to Antarctica. They are being carried by Stefano, who is … Continued
During maths we learned about how to tell the difference between a regular an irregular polygon. We worked with a partner to sort shapes into regular and irregular polygons then named them according to the number of sides.
We made vegetable stew to imagine how the Vikings might have eaten on a winter day. We took it in turns to peel and chop the vegetables then had a taste after it was cooked.
Weekly Updates 1st Dec 2017
Year 6 created some fantastic Remembrance Day silhouette art.
This term our History topic is Ancient Maya and Year 6 created their very own Maya masks. In Ancient Maya masks had a wide variety of uses, and the importance of the masks dictated how intricate the designs on various … Continued
The Geography group who work with Mrs Bayliss went on a village walk this week. They were looking at some of the key features in our local area. Thank you to our adult helpers who came on the walk with … Continued