WW1 Centenary activities. We learned all about how animals helped in the war. We made a step by step drawing of a horse and split pin moving horses. We also listened to a lovely story called Flo of the Somme. This was all about a dog that helped deliver medical supplies to injured soldiers. We had a great day!
This week we read the story of the Gun Powder Plot. We then split into small groups and acted out the events.
Our Paul Clee inspired clay tiles
RE Day - we have been learning about Hanukkah, we made potato latkes and they were lovely! We also discussed the differences between Christianity and Judaism, especially how each religion presents Jesus.
Spelling! Trying out different ways to help us remember our spellings of the week.
Enjoying our attendence day treat with Houdini the hamster (Ask your children why he's named that!)
MARP Centre Visit
Under the sea quiz! We had to go outside and hunt for the informaiton to answer our questions!
Penalty Shoot out
We created our own coastline outside and then back in the classroom where we drew pictures to show the features.
Trying to sort the animals into the correct animal classes! Did they manage to get them all right?
The Stag's football coaching session
Maths - using the ipads to help us with our place value.
Themed Day - Learning to learn