Year 2 have really enjoyed reading The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch and learning about the seaside so we decided to make our own habitat boxes. They include real sand and if you look closely you will spot a 3D printed starfish. Children worked excellently as a group and produced fantastic work. Well done Year 2!
As always thank you those children who are reading 4 times a week or more.
There has been wedding fever in Year 2 for the past few afternoons! We are very excited about tomorrow’s Royal Wedding and have made crowns/tiaras to wear whilst we watch the ceremony. We have also made our own congratulations card for Harry and Meghan, which Miss Heath is going to post out to Buckingham Palace on Monday!
This weeks Tony Hughes award winners are Daniel and Parker. Well done boys !
Well done to Ellie-Mae, Poppy and Leah for the fantastic awards that they received for their street dance competition. You should be very proud of yourselves girls!
Year 6 had a lot of fun this afternoon discovering how strong eggs can be. Do you know the key to their strength?
Year One had a wonderful day at Longton Park, the weather was great and we even had a picnic. There were lots of historical features to see, signs of spring spotting and squirrels to find.
Today in Reception we have learnt about the life cycle of a frog and what a better way to learn about it than to look at a real frog! Thank you to Mrs Moss for bringing in a newt and a frog from her pond, although it did give Miss Hodgson a scare when it jumped out of her hand and started hopping across the classroom!
This afternoon Year 5 have been learning about types of Greek columns and their importance in architecture. We drew each type of column – doric, ionic and Corinthian – on the playground using chalk. Learning outdoors is great!
In gymnastics lessons, Year 5 are practising balances, jumps and rolls which they then put together in sequences.
Our Eco Warriors are busy making plans for Eco Day which will happen in the Autumn Term!