Practicing for sports day, building ramps with different numbers of bricks to measure how far they will go, making and decorating mini beast cakes, pond dipping and testing different types of paper to see which will make the strongest bridge.
Our Term 6 Talk For Writing Story - The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Term 6 Week 1 : This week we went on a walk behind school. We went on a plant hunt and built dens in the woods. Michael Gorely told us about the railway path as part of the school local history project. We made different shapes in our P.E lesson.
Term 5 Week 5 : Weighing the chicks, looking closely at them to describe them and working together to build chicken runs.
Term 5 Week 4 : Teeth cleaning together, watching the eggs hatch, holding the chicks and visiting the church.
.Term 5 Week 3:Our 'Talk for Writing' story: Jack and the Beanstalk
Term 5 Weeks 1 and 2 : We used different parts of our hands to make different sounds on the drums. We enjoyed role playing our Jack and the Beanstalk story.
Term 4 Weeks 5,6 and 7 : We looked at a real octopus, made Mother's Day cards and Easter baskets. We had to swim across to another island as we had run out of food. There we found a surprise in a boat! Our mum's and dad's had sent us a message in a bottle. We enjoyed reading them to each other. We made Easter eggs and had an Easter hunt in the playground.
Term 4 Weeks 3 & 4 : We went on a walk in the school grounds to look for signs of spring. We went on an adventure, building boats and sailing them, before being shipwrecked on a desert island. We weeded the vegetable beds. We role played crossing the road.
Term 4 Week 2 : We celebrated Pancake Day by making pancakes, eating them and having pancake races (cardboard pancakes). We looked at real fish to find out about how they move and breathe. We were brave and touched their teeth!
Term 4 Week 1 : Using beads to make a repeating pattern. Using tools to make under the sea clay tiles.
Term 3 Week 6 : We tested materials to see if they would float. Using what we had learnt, we built rafts to carry the animals across the river (Chinese New Year story). We then tested them to see if they would float and used straws to make them move.
Term 3 Weeks 4 and 5 : Playing different instruments to make music for the Dragon Dance. Taking turns in the Dragon. Chopping fruit and tasting it before making fruit kebabs.
Term 3 Week 3 : Feeling different materials and describing them for others to guess.
Term 3 Weeks 1 and 2 : We have been working together to build trains, using saws and drills safely to make models with wheels that turn, using instruments to make different sounds and moving P.E equipment safely.
Term 2 Week 7 : The Christmas party.
Ready for the Nativity performance!
Term 2 Week 6: Enjoying Christmas lunch.
Term 2 Week 5: Our 'Talk for Writing' story: Can't you sleep little bear?'
Term 2 Week 4. This week we have explored different techniques in our painting, used different programmes in the ICT suite, had fun at the gym and explored the sounds that instruments make.
Term 2 Week 3. Ordering objects according to length and weight.
Term 2 Week 2. Making, decorating and selling Pudsey Bear biscuits for Children in Need. They were delicious!
Term 2 Week 1. Dressing up in Indian clothes for Diwali. We went to the gym for the 1st time. We went out to collect materials to make a nest for the owl babies. Owl maths - sharing food between 2 owls and saying which had more and which had less.
Term 1 Weeks 6 and 7. Programming a toy (Bee Bots) and making them go down a road. Finding out about Diwali and making Rangoli patterns and clay Diya pots. Enjoying the Spooky Disco. Enjoying the archery session. Being brave on the zip wire.
Term 1 Week 5. P.E. outside.
Getting changed for P.E. and developing ball skills and balance. Enjoyed by all!
Term 1 Week 4.
Using different resources (to make glasses) and refining our ideas as we worked.
Term 1 Week 3.
Our first lunch at school!
Term 1 Week 2.
Making friends, enjoying the new environment and getting used to routines.
Term 1 Week 1.
Enjoying new experiences.