Take a look at some of the activities that we have been doing in Spring Term 2018.
In Science this week we have been learning about evergreen and deciduous trees. We went on a leaf hunt on the back field and then used a Leaf Dial to try and identify the trees which the leaves came from. … Continued
This week we have been practising identifying, reading and writing numbers in numerals, pictures and words. We played a matching game where we had to find matching pairs of numerals and written words to 20. We really enjoyed this active … Continued
A big thank you to Mrs Price who came in to lead a Science afternoon with us this week. We really enjoyed learning about being scientists and what scientists do. We loved doing the different experiments including making chemical reactions … Continued
We went on a fractions hunt around the school grounds. We used chalk to show how we can ‘chop’ a shape or object to create four equal quarters. We thought very carefully about the word ‘equal’ and we counted each … Continued
We finally enjoyed our rearranged World Book Day assembly this morning. Again this year, we were really impressed with how much effort had gone into the costumes. I was particularly impressed with the wide range of books chosen- everything from … Continued
Well done to the Year 6 Handbell group who performed brilliantly at the village celebration this weekend. The children’s work on display looked fantastic and we received lots of compliments from parents, family members and members of the community. Take … Continued
As part of our work on the 200th anniversary of the hanging of the bells at St Laurence Church, we created shape poems. We thought carefully about what the bells looked and sounded like. Our poems will be on display … Continued
As part of our work on Australia, we have been exploring Australian art including dot painting and Aboriginal symbols. We chose our favourite dot painting pattern and/ or Aboriginal symbol to create our rock painting.