Today we explored a range of poetry types, listened to Michael Rosen performance poems and perfected our volcano poems to perform. Watch a group of our children perform their poem 'TheVolcano' with such confidence!
Video on its way very soon!
Bonjour! We have been celebrating the French language! We ordered French food from our French Cafe using our French language skills! We can now use 'Je Voudrais...' and 'Je prend...' to say what we could like to order.
This week in maths we have been focusing on shape and symmetry. We have taken our learning outdoors today and used nature to create patterns on one side of the line of symmetry so that another group could then reflect our patterns. Here are our pieces of work.
We have really enjoyed taking our science lesson outdoors! We collected lots of sticks from our woodland to create a skeleton. We used our science knowledge and thought carefully about where our skeleton needed joints and the sizes of bones to create an accurate skeleton. We then labelled the bones. Please take a look at the pictures to see our results!
This week's outdoor lesson has been fantastic! The children have picked up LOTS of litter from our woodland area and sorted into recycling and non-recycling. We have learnt that almost everything can be recycled or reused.
This week our Sikh visitor has given us an insight into Sikhism. She showed us lots of special items which Sikhs carry with them and some which are kept in the temple. We also enjoyed dressing up and dancing to some music!
To celebrate National Poetry Day, we have written and performed our own poems about life after lockdown. We have described the things we missed and the things we now appreciate!