Tiger Class have enjoyed learning how to be responsible this week when they made their own flour baby and took care of him/her. They learnt what a baby needs to survive and how they should be looked after. Well done to our two most responsible parents!
We have been learning to weave on a loom like they did in The Iron Age.
The children have enjoyed this and showed lots of resilience.
Making Woolly Mammoths in Year 3
We visit Kent Life where we took part in various Stone Age workshops. We met a tribe member, learnt about Stone Age weapons, learnt to grind grain, Stone Age worship, trade and hunting as well as created our own cave paintings. We even enjoyed seeing the animals and had fun in the play areas! We…
We have had great fun in English this morning as we have been using our senses to describe some of Mr Willy Wonka’s new inventions!
We even tasted apple and custard sherbet!
We have learnt all about the structure of the earth this afternoon!
Then we made our very own earth with each layer
Lots of collaboration this afternoon as we made our fantastic volcanoes!
We have used clay to mould and sculpt our own Pompeii ash victims.
They are pretty amazing, I think!
Thankfully the rain stopped just as we went out to Forest school today and we were able to enjoy some mud sliding, as well as beginning some Christmas crafts. Thank you for kitting the children out with wellies, it is so helpful.
Year 3 Tigers have had a great day dressing up as heroes and villains!
We have participated in hero and villain camp and have taken part in tests of agility, intelligence, bravery and accuracy as well as the test of physical strength and endurance!
We practised acting out different scenarios…
A busy Forest school (as ever). Today we looked at the fruits of the forest and found haws, sweet chestnuts, acorns and walnuts. They may indeed have come with pockets full! We also made spy glasses, hunted spiders, den built, slack lined, built a nest and quite a lot of other things, as the…
Making dragons eyes from clay in Year 2