Today in Year 5 we decided to make the most of the beautiful weather and take our RE lesson outside.
We have been thinking about how Christians value the uniqueness of every individual and how we are all important members of our class, school and Church communities.
We passed around…
Year 3 have been experimenting with sketching pencils. We have been drawing light and dark lines, thick and thin lines and smudged lines. We are going to use sketching pencils in our Lowry art work. Mrs Lowe joined in the task in her sketch pad
Not only did we have fun trying to catch each other out using the game of 'Simon Says...', but it was a great way to practice our Latin verbs!
We had a lot of fun making circuits that made bulbs light up. The parts when we added in a buzzer got very noisy!!
Year 6 have been starting to explore the science of adaptation - looking at how organisms - like a camel - has become suited to their environment.
Year 1 are reading and learning about Traditional Tales for the next few weeks. Can you guess which well-known character this basket belongs to?
This week, Year 4 reflected on their gifts and talents, otherwise known as 'Super Powers'. They thought about how they could use their super powers to help others, following Pope Francis' message to young people: To you, who are at the beginning of the journey of life, I ask: Have you thought…
Today, Year 3 have been starting to learn about the artist. L. S. Lowry. We found out that he grew up in Manchester and painted lots of pictures of people and factories.
After what seems like a very long time, Year 2 finally came back to school this week!
We were all ready for learning and did our first whole school write on Friday. Some of us hadn't used pencils for writing a for a long time and we had lots of achy arms and hands! I'm sure we'll soon get back…
Year 6 have got right back to work after our long, long break!
It was great to see everyone and catch up on what we've all been up to!
This afternoon we have had lots of fun completing a science quiz. It created lots of talking points and we enjoyed finding out the answers. Here is the link if you would like to have a go at the quiz yourself https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OLdx6ffpPM
Year 6 were inspired (by Mr Hodder creating wind and rain effects) to paint a scene from the life of St Peter. Using watercolours, the children thought about stormy seascapes as featured in the lives of the disciples Peter and Paul during their time with Jesus.