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What we’ve been up to
Hazel Class Home learning Week 1
Oak Class still hard at work…
Chestnut class have been reading Charlotte’s Web and were set the task of writing their own friendship story. Here are a few examples.
Chestnut class were set the task of finding out where the ingredients of a meal came from. It is great to see a Chestnut practising their cooking skills to make the delicious meal.
Chestnut class were asked to recap their learning about the names of different bones. Taking the opportunity to enjoy the sunshine, a skeleton was drawn and labelled. Well done to this Chestnut class member!
These children have worked incredibly hard at learning the clarinet. The audience were treated to a selection of music. Each musician also performed a solo.
Outdoor learning 06.03.20 Ecosystems
Years two and three warmed up on this welcome sunny afternoon playing arches, taking it in turns to seek safety from a chaser under a friendly arch. The children were then challenged to find as…
Outdoor learning – frames and framing
The children warmed up with a team activity that required them to move a heavy load without touching it. Both teams quickly worked out that using rollers was the way to go and they got…
Maths-perimeter and area
Oak class have been using the markings on the hall floor to demonstrate their knowledge of perimeter and area of straight-sided shapes and diameter, radius and circumference of circles.
Year 3 and 4 made their own musical instruments using recyclable materials. They had to be able to change the pitch of a sound and be able to play the instrument in two different ways.…
Outdoor learning 07.02.20 the musical grand finale
Warm-up involved listening to partners using morse code to spell out animal names. This practise helped prepare for the main event – creating a piece of music with the instruments made over the previous two…
Outdoor learning is so much more than learning about the natural world. The children have the opportunity outside to test all their curriculum skills in all sorts of different ways. Today reception and year 1…