While learning about the Lascaux Caves in France, We have used pastels for creating some of our own images in the style of the Lascaux Caves.
On Friday, we spent some time thinking about the core British values and what these mean to us – thinking about how we show these in our actions each and […]
What a roaring success our coffee afternoon has been! We had over 40 entries to our cake competition 🍰, which school council proudly judged! Well done to our deserved winners […]
After previously taking our baseline scores, Y4B are now working to improve our strength and speed.
Today in Y4G children practiced their pastel skills by creating tints and shades. Afterwards, they had a chance to put their skills to the test by recreating a small section […]
The last two weeks our choir club have been learning country roads. Elliot, Miss Sealey and Miss Dixon were super impressed with their performance today! Take a look at the […]
Our Y3 children are extremely lucky to be working with Balbir Singh dance company throughout the year. We started our first session today working on movements and considering what the […]
Today in gardening club we dug up the potatoes which we have been growing. We have taken care of them by watering and covering them with soil to encourage them […]
We have spent time over the past few weeks reflecting and remembering Queen Elizabeth II.
We enjoyed creating a ‘Crood’ story map together, then had a go at publishing our own…
Using drama to rehearse dialogue was great fun today! Our immersive reading area and desks became caves and groups sat around a campfire to mimic our model text.
Practical maths – numbers to 10,000 in ascending and descending order
In our first ‘my happy mind’ session this week, we explored our brains and identified how it allows us to grow and develop through constant exposure to experiences
This morning, Y4J created their own story maps to help them with their narratives. They have turned out brilliantly.
Great sportsmanship on show this evening from our year 5 and 6’s. Wonderful matches in our second week of Willow Tree Cup Competition.
In Y4J we have been learning all about hunter-gatherers and what they needed to do to survive. We then had to go and do our own hunting and gather safe […]
Yesterday Y4G had an amazing Stone Age Day at Clifton Park! The children got to become firestarters, sharp shooters and used their art skills to recreate some Stone Age knecklaces. […]
As part of our artist study for this term, we explored William Morris’ vast collection of artwork and prints. We used exploration to identify ‘moods’ and ‘themes’ within his art […]
Fresh from our school orchard, we were inspired to make apple crumble!