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
Great sportsmanship on show this evening from our year 5 and 6’s. Wonderful matches in our second week of Willow Tree Cup Competition.
Some of Year 6 spent the day at Robin Hood’s Bay today. We had a lovely day in the sunshine exploring the rock pools, identifying crabs and small fish, lunch […]
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!
Today Y5 explored our artist for this term- Mr Peter Thorpe. We completed an artist study before exploring some of the shapes he uses in his abstract paintings.
We were very proud to take our Year 3 and 4 football teams to the Willow Tree Academy Football tournament on Thursday. It has been a while since we have […]
Today Y5 created their own mnemonic to help remember the order of the planets in our solar system. We did a great job and being creative (and a little silly!) […]
This week, Y5 have been learning about how to treat a severe bleed. The children participated in some drama to recreate what they would do if ever faced with dealing […]
Yesterday in Year 6 we spent some time investigating the Pond area of the school. We looked at the wildlife that we could find and thought about possible food webs […]
We talked about how asthma can affect the lives of sufferers and how we can make simple adaptations to help and support someone with the condition. We also created our own version of the First Aid advice for dealing with an asthma attack.
Today, as part of National First Aid week, Y3 have been focusing on how you can support and help casualties with bites and stings We used drama to show the […]
Our class immersive text has a poetry epigraph, which we have enjoyed exploring this week 📖
Our children have been scaling well this week, with lots of positive interaction at playtimes.