Monthly Archives: December 2019
Year 5 and 6 performed their Christmas carols for the residents of two local care homes to spread a bit of Christmas cheer.
This week the children have been working hard to complete a variety of Christmas tasks. They have made cards, decorations, decorated star boxes and gift bags, designed their own snow globe pictures, created wreaths and put the final touches to their Kandinski inspired fairy tale calendars. We have also had our Christmas party, watched Polar … Continue reading
Year 4 pupils supported Save the Children by donating £1 and wearing their Christmas Jumpers, on Friday 13th December. It was a rewarding way to get into the Christmas spirit and ready for the visiting pantomime, Aladdin.
This week we welcomed the pantomime of Aladdin. The children had a great time and found it very entertaining. We made links to our traditional tales and were able to learn some of the songs before the day of the pantomime so we could join in. The children also made links with our current class … Continue reading
On Friday 13th December we all wore our Christmas jumpers and donated £1 to Save the Children. In the UK and around the world Save the Children make sure children are safe and healthy. They support them to learn, grow and become who they want to be. All donations change children’s lives so thank you … Continue reading
We have been very busy in Year 2 and learned lots this half term. In maths we have learned to measure in cm, recognise coins, add 2 2 digit numbers and learned all about ordinal numbers. In English we have been learning about traditional tales, sorted fairy tale characters, written our own stories using features … Continue reading
Year 3 had a wonderful day celebrating Christmas Jumper day in support of Save The Children. The children enjoyed participating in Christmas activities and spent the afternoon watching Aladdin, the pantomime that visited school.
Year 4 have made a discovery in their classroom. They have found a hoard of Anglo-Saxon treasure! They pupils have used their work on Anglo-Saxon life and culture to create their own designs for brooches for people of the time. They used clay to make their designs in 3d, using a variety of tools and … Continue reading