What a super morning we’ve had in Year 2! Today we were so concerned about Mr Grinling’s seagull problem that we decided to design our own ‘seagull-proof’ container! The range of fantastic ideas that the children came up with were amazing. I particularly loved Ashton’s bird seed idea. Ashton covered his container in bird seed so that the seagulls would eat the seeds rather than Mr Grinling’s lunch! Well done Year 2, your ideas and designs are fantastic.
We have been very busy in Reception learning about Easter and today we made (and ate!) chocolate nests.
We are very much looking forward to our Easter egg hunt and Easter bonnet parade tomorrow!
Year One are having a delicious cake break!
Thank you to all the Key Stage 2 children and their helping adults who made our special treats.
Thank you ever so much to all the parents and grandparents who have helped us to get our garden/allotment ready for planting. We honestly couldn’t have managed without you.
Year 2 have been learning the art of weaving. The children created their own card loom and used different coloured strips of paper to weave their own masterpiece. Well done children. Creating the perfect pattern was tricky!
The children enjoyed a visit from City Catering yesterday afternoon. Not only did they learn how each food group benefits their body but they also created their own ‘superhero’ vegetable character that they would like to see in their lunch box or on their plate.
Year 2 are very busy this afternoon starting the first part of their D&T topic. Can you guess the type of moving vehicle they are creating?
Year 4 started to make their torches from tech card. We have made the cases in which the batteries, wires and bulbs will fit.
There was a delicious smell coming from Reception today as we made our own Gingerbread men. We followed a set of instructions and added some chocolate buttons! This week we have also been busy retelling the story, painting and making Gingerbread men. Watch the video below to see how our Gingerbread men turned out. We would love to hear the children’s comments.
Another fun afternoon building our robot in Year Three! We will hopefully be finishing our robot tomorrow afternoon but we haven’t named him/her/it yet so we would welcome any suggestions!