Key Stage one children were delighted to have an hour with Steve Anthony on Tuesday. He wowed us with his great illustrations. We have some of his books in school for the children to enjoy.
We had a fantastic day celebrating World Book Day. Special thanks to parents for their massive effort creating costumes. The children were so enthusiastic and enjoyed our story swap; they could choose which story they wanted to hear and went to listen with other children from across the…
We have enjoyed learning about the planets of the solar system. Please enjoy our song about the planets.
We were able to create our own version of Pudding Lane 1666. We saw how quickly fire spreads it was quite astonishing! It was windy just like during the Great Fire of London and we could see how it helps the fire spread.
We had so many great entries for the Christmas Book Fair Competition. Congratulations to all winners. Entries can be enjoyed in the school library.
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If you were wondering what that delicious smell was this week coming from the children's kitchen.... We can confirm it was our lovely bread baking in the ovens! We made our own bread and it was just as tasty as the smell when it was baking.
How impressive our dragon eyes are!
Made by moulding air dry clay and spray painting to finish.
Mrs Redvers came to school to talk about her experiences working and travelling in Africa. We were introduced to the many countries of Africa. We discussed the culture and clothes and even managed to try some clothing on. Thank you Mrs Redvers!
We are taking inspiration from African animals and patterns in our art work this term. It is lots of fun!
What a fantastic day we had exploring Whipsnade Zoo. Like curious, adventurous animal spotters we hunted for African animals and we were not disappointed! Below are some photographs of our day but keep checking back to see some of our lovely work based on Africa.