Gabriel, with the help of his dad, has made a replica German sniper rifle for his World War 2 homework. He says it took him and his dad between 2 and 3 weeks to complete. Excellent work Gabriel!
Remember Year 6, the deadline for your homework on World War 2 is the 2nd of December.
As part of their learning challenge over half term the children in Reception went on a number hunt to find numbers in the environment. Thank you to everybody who sent in a picture, we have thoroughly enjoyed looking at the numbers you found and in so many different places! Numbers really are everywhere.
Once again the children in Year 3 have amazed me with their creativity and artistic talents when creating their Homework Projects. The children used many different ways to present their work, all of which were amazing. Thank you to all the adults who helped with these creations, your time and support is very much appreciated.
Isobel and Lucie have created these presentations as part of their vikings homework. We’ve saved them as movies so that everyone is able to view them. We hope you enjoy them and learn something from them. The girls clearly have, looking at how much information they have presented.
I have been amazed at the wonderful flying machines created by Year Two so I just had to share these with you on our blog! I think you will all be just as impressed as I was! The children have created all sorts of flying machines from flying balloons to flying saucers to flying motor bikes to planes to parachutes!
I would like to say a great big thank you to all of the adults who have helped the children at home! Your support means such a lot to myself and to the children!
We’ve been really impressed by the quality of homework, which the children in Year 5 have completed as part of their Viking topic. The video below shows how Ellie has put not only her History skills to good use, but also her English skills and Technology skills too, as she shares this amazing pop-up book, which she has created.