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.
Today we had a great time in the Reception Class 'Bubble' planting cress seeds, collage arts and crafts, drawing pictures of our friends and choosing our own learning. A very happy start tot the week!
As part of our topic on rivers, we have been using atases to find some of the world's most famous rivers. From the Ganges to the Amazon, from the Nile to the Yangtze, the children have been looking where they are and what countries they flow through (from source to river mouth). Next will be to…
Year 3 have been making models of Stone Age dwellings as part of their current topic. Very impressive!
Year 6 have been exploring the music of Pharrell Williams - including learning to play alongside the track. What makes you happy?
As part of our work on teeth and digestion, we used disclosing tablets today to help us see how well we keep our teeth clean.
Year 5 are having an amazing time in Borwick!
The weather is a bit wet, but it's not stopping them in all the different activities.
Year 3 had been learning about schools and writing in Latin lessons, so they made their own seals in clay. Each made an individual seal that was unique to them.
In Design Technology, Year 1 designed and made different animals, with some very effective results! Well done everyone.
Today, Reception children made healthy party wraps as part of learning about healthy eating and celebrations in RE.
We talked about the different food used at celebration meals or parties and had circle time when we could taste different ingredients. The children then decided what they liked…
Today, Year 4 class represented our school during the pilgrimage of the statue of Our Lady of Walsingham. The statue of Mary has been around the country on a pilgrimage, and is in Lancaster for three days.
Eighteen schools listened to the background and history of the state and then toured…
Year 3 had an impromtu jamming session with Mr Hodder as part of the Charanga work they have been doing on Bob Marley and reggae music. They sang 'Three Little Birds' together.
Later this term they hope to give a performance in the hall.