Keep an eye out for our puppet animation soon to be released!
During WWII people dug up their lawns and flower bed to grow vegetables. We designed our own plans for mini victory gardens of our own. Here are some of our […]
Year 6 enjoyed working with Caroline from Hurst to design and produce a new piece of sporting equipment plus its packaging. The children worked in teams to plan, make and […]
Year 6 have been enjoying some popular songs from the war. We have learnt ‘Kiss me Goodnight Sergeant Major’ and ‘Quarter Master’s Store’ to name just a few. We also […]
Mr Taylor has been helping us develop our observational drawing. This week we observed real life models and considered scale whilst sketching. Were are very proud of our outcomes.
We used the images of Paddington Station from ‘Carrie’s War’ to write our story settings. All along the crowded platform parents and children were miserably crying as they were being […]
In Literacy this term we have enjoyed using ‘Goodnight Mister Tom’ as a stimulus for our writing. Below are a couple of our descriptions of the main characters. William Beech […]
Our focus in art has been tone. We used 2B sketching pencils and pen and ink to produce observational drawing of WWII gas masks.
We have been interpreting circuit diagrams in our science.
We have been busy drawing up plans for a WWII victory garden which we will help build in our school grounds. Our garden will include an air raid shelter, a […]
Y6K Numeracy group had lots of fun designing and making games to teach square numbers to our Y4’s
On Thursday 22nd November Year 6 visited Crucial Crew at the Lifewise Centre, Hellaby. Every child took part in role play scenarios helping them to learn how to stay safe […]
What an excellent year we have had entering the Roscars. We won Gold in the Year 3 Animation category. Gold in the Year 4 Creative Writing category and also Gold again […]
The children and parents had a great time at our sports day. Every child in school participated in their own teams. We had the Laidybirds, Spiders, Butterflies, Beatles and Woodlice. […]