In History, Woodpeckers Class have been learning about The Great Fire Of London. They have travelled back in time their time machines to 1666 and learnt all about what life was like. Then they took ownership of their own learning by being challenged to use research methods to see if they could find out what happened […]
On Thursday 4th October, the Owls class were joined by their parents for a shared learning session. The children had to work with their parents and family members to research and produce information posters about the Vikings to tie in with our History topic. The children really enjoyed working with their adults and demonstrating their previous learning. […]
The children in Kingfishers Class were very lucky as they had three visitors to the classroom this week, Mrs Kite, Mrs Allum and Mrs Clark. They had brought in their wedding dresses and photo albums. The children really enjoyed listening to Mrs Kite and Mrs Allum explain who was in the photographs. The children thought the […]
On Wednesday afternoon the children in Kingfisher Class participated in their own ‘Royal Wedding’ of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Reverend Rosalind came to school and carried out the wedding ceremony. The children took on a role and all enjoyed the special occasion. After the wedding the children enjoyed a piece of wedding cake. Thank you to all the parents for […]
On Thursday 8th March, it was the Owls’ turn to do their class assembly. The children shared their Literacy work, which included non-chronological reports about spiders whilst others reported information about famous steam trains, which is part of our current History topic. They also presented information posters about rainforests, and showed their art work, on the […]
The children in Kingfishers Class have been learning about Fireworks this week. The Year One children have really enjoyed learning about The Gunpowder Plot in History and the Reception children have been using their creative skills to produce lovely firework pictures using a salad spinner and their fingers.