Take a look at some of the fantastic learning that has been happening at home over the last week! We have been very busy learning our 2D shapes and making bird feeders for our DT lessons!
Year 6 have been making 3D models and drawings of The London Eye as we start to explore our new novel The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd!
Year 6 were very happy to be given their bird-feeder that we made from butter and birdseed.
Year 6 had a lovely surprise this afternoon as Reception gave them a special bird feeder they had made from recycled toilet-paper tube, butter and bird-seeds!
This is just the thing we need for our BIG Garden Birdwatch on Monday!
Thank you Reception!
I have seen some brilliant fractions work from Year 3 this week. Keep sending in your amazing pictures!
This week, our Year 4 learners have been finding out about how we can live more sustainably and they have created posters to share this new learning with others. Well done, Year 4!
Year 3 have been learning about fractions. This is a fantastic piece of home learning using pizzas to make fractions. Watch this space for other pizza pictures as they arrive.
Here is a very neat piece of work from this afternoon in class - I hope everyone at home spotted the same natural features on the photo of Lake Windermere during Geography this afternoon! Thank you so much for all the learning that is taking place at home, I am so proud of you all!
A small selection of some of the fantastic work coming in from Year 5 this week. We've been looking at fractions in Maths and writing reports as Intergalactic Agents in English for our unit on Science Fiction stories.
This week, at home and at school we have been learning about an explorer called Neil Armstrong who was the first man to walk on the moon. We have learned facts about the moon landing and children had a 2do in Purple Mash. i have had some lovely fact sheets sent to me and I was very impressed with…
We had great fun today practicing our balancing in PE.
Well done and thank you to Year 4 children who have been working so hard everyday to follow the blended learning timetable and complete the activities at home and in school. It is a delight to see your learning and to know that you are keen to keep up with the progress you have made this year.…