Monthly Archives: September 2016
On Friday 23rd September, it was the Owls Class’s turn to show their work from the term so far. The children read their stories, showed their artwork, performed dialogues in French and demonstrated Science experiments. But the highlight of the assembly was the children performing what they have been doing in their weekly violin lessons. […]
The Kingfishers Class went for a walk around the village to look at the different types of buildings there are in the village. They listened to the adults and followed instructions carefully. While the children walked around the village they ticked off the different buildings they saw on their picture checklist. The children were very […]
Kingfisher Class have been very busy planting tulip bulbs with Mrs Clark. They discussed together what the bulbs needed to grow and in which season they will grow. The children each chose a spot in the earth to plant their bulb and following instructions, used a trowel to dig a hole and plant their bulb […]
Children from Key Stage Two have been enjoying Art Club with Miss Jones and Mrs Kite. The children have been recreating their own version of Monet’s painting of the water lily pond and bridge. The children used their fingertips to mix and paint their masterpiece.
The Swans class were first to share their work in class assembly. They had been learning about Earth & Space and explained the differences between heliocentric and geocentric and also how ideas about the solar system had changed over time. They could also tell us the differences between rotating and orbiting and a useful rhyme which helps […]
On Wednesday some of Key Stage One enjoyed their team work challenge at Construction club after school . They had to make a building out of construction play equipment and work as a team. They had to show good speaking and listening skills and work together on their buildings. They built some very interesting designs and even […]
This term Woodpeckers have been learning about Sculptures in Art. They have looked at different sculpture making materials and learnt skills needed to make a sculpture. As a class the children picked their own leaves and use clay to make and Autumn leaf shaped sculpture. They use clay modelling tools to create a leaf effect […]
Some of the Woodpeckers class are enjoying an after school sewing club. They are learning to thread needles and how to make a stitch. They all enjoyed the club, but realised just how tricky it was.
Each week, the Owls class will be receiving violin lessons. In the first week, they were learning how to hold the instruments as well as pluck the strings. They hope to be able to play and share some tunes soon!