These are our (mostly) completed scultpures made using modrock, art straws, scrap paper, corks and ping pong balls. Some children have made a sculpture to commemorate our Sports Week and some made World Cup trophys. The children thought carefully about how to make their sculptures special, including a football to show that 2018 was the year of the World Cup and including wedding archways to show that it was the year of a royal wedding! We hope you like our work!
We have been thinking about the World Cup and our Sports Week! We decided that our Sports Week was so fantastic that it needed a sculpture to commemorate the event! We designed our sculptures ourselves, chose our own materials and worked completely independently to create our sculpture.
What a lovely morning we’ve had welcoming our new Year 2/1 children and their parents to our classroom. The children were introduced to our new Autumn term topic – ‘Mirror, Mirror on the Wall’. Ready for this topic, the children have created some fantastic hand held mirror self portraits, which will be displayed in our classroom in time for September. Thank you to all of the family members who were able to join us. We hope you enjoyed the morning as much as we did.
Wow! What a fantastic morning we had in Year One this morning! The children that are coming over from reception are truly amazing and myself, Miss Cope and Mrs Yeomans are so excited. Thank you to all of the adults that attended, your support is very much appreciated! So looking forward to a wonderful 2018/19!
Year 2 started our Cultural Diversity week by learning about Stoke-On-Trent. We enjoyed tasting oatcakes and learning about famous potters. Everyone worked hard on designing their own Clarice Cliff inspired plates.
This afternoon, Year 2/1 have completed their fantastic seaside scenes and I’m sure you’ll agree, they look fantastic! They have worked extremely hard with every step from painting their boxes, creating their lighthouses, cutting out and decorating their shells to making their own origami whales! Well done Year 2, you worked brilliantly together and your seaside scenes have made us all excited about our upcoming trip to the beach!
Look at the brilliant bees the Nursery children have created. After looking at videos of real bees in action they set about making their own bee and bee hive. They were especially brave when it came to tasting real honey, but most decided they liked it. Theo said “I love it on sandwiches and toast” well done everyone.
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.