Thank you Mrs Copley for giving us this challenge! It has taken us a while but we have done it!
Year 3 were invited to come and listen to our stories that we have been creating. We have spent a long time creating them and then editing them. Thank you for listening Year 3, we hope you enjoyed our tales of Scrooge.
This week, the school has had the opportunity to explore the Arctic using an enormous floor map and other interesting resources.
Year 4 have been exploring the countries and territories that are part of the Arctic Circle, the types of flora and fauna there (plants and animals!), planning an…
Today we are focusing on computing. We have been learning about how to be safe online. We have checked our emails and have now started make it our own blogs.
Using the biggest world map ever, of the children took off their shoes and explored the countries and cities of the Northern Hemisphere. They used latitude and longitude to find and record gloal locations. They will also be learning more about the arctic, and our impact on it.
Year 5 and Year 6 began their new English Unit with a film adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Over the weeks leading up to Christmas they will used shared writing to retell the story; write their own modern version; and create their own new final chapter for the original…
We have been tasting stollen this afternoon. Some of us weren’t so sure!
Wow! Take a look at Beth’s project book 3D project. It is a souvenir for Mrs Claus from Santa, of Big Ben.
What a fantastic first session we have had exploring the ‘Arctic Alive’ Map! Look how big Russia is, we can all fit on it!
Year 2 had great fun exploring this giant map. We all found countries to stand on. Some of us ended up in the sea! We looked at the ice around the North Pole and how far it spreads. We compared the size of Russia and Canada to the UK.
We enjoyed day one of Quiet Mind Project. It gave us chance to be still, recognise silence and reflect.
To start our work in Geography Week, the children explored a huge map in the hall, locating different countries.