Click on the link above and watch and listen to the orchestra.
Who can be the first to Mrs Brian with 10 answers!
1. What was this piece of music called?
2. Who was the composer?
3. Which instruments were playing first?
4. What were the DYNAMICS like to begin with?
5 How did the DYNAMICS change?
6. What is TEMPO?
7. How did the music change as it built up?
8. What is happening when the TEXTURE of the music gets ‘thicker’?
9. What patterns did you notice throughout the music?
10. Where have you heard this piece before?
Wow what a brilliant day we have had at the farm! We started by visiting the guinea pigs, rabbits, goats, pigs and horses in the animal barn, then went to play on the big bouncy cushion! We played on the park, in the sand pits and ended by watching the sheep race! Despite the incredibly warm and sticky weather, the children behaved impeccably as always and had a fantastic time. Thank you to all the adults for their help.
What a brilliant day we have had at the farm today. The children behaved impeccably we are all really proud of you. We hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did, I think we’ll all sleep well tonight.
A huge thank you to our helpers we couldn’t do it without you.
What a fantastic day we have had at the farm! The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and their behaviour was exceptional! We have seen lots of animals, enjoyed a tractor ride and ran wild in the play areas! A special thanks to our helpers who have helped to keep us safe and to make sure we had a great time!
The Apples and oranges have had a fantastic day at the adventure farm. Thank you to everyone who came and helped us.
The children in year 31 enjoyed making their own healthy pizzas at Frankie and Benny’s. I look forward to hearing if any of the children make their own healthy pizzas at home using the recipe on this week’s newsletter.
In Reception we have been learning to double a number by using the phrase “to double 5 I get the same amount again and put them together.”
CHALLENGE: if 12 sweets came out of the doubling machine how many sweets went in on each side?
This fantastic bunch of children have read over 30,000 words in their accelerated reading book in two weeks. Keep up the good work!
The Year 6 are busy preparing for the Enterprise sale. We have a production line going on: measuring , cutting, tying, plaiting and trimming. We have a team making an advertisement; some children are working out our potential profit; another group of children are designing posters; a team of children are also planning how to decorate our stall! Look out for our adverts – coming soon!!!
Year 4 working hard on their final draft. They’ve written an alternative story with Snowball in charge of Animal Farm instead of Napoleon. Great work folks!