On Tuesday this week, Year Two had a fantastic trip to the Museum of London. During their time there the children had lots of opportunities to learn through interactive galleries and a workshop all about the Great Fire of London. During the workshop, they were able to hold and investigate different items from the time of the Great Fire and … Read More
In Oak Class, the children hot seated the main character – Max this week. They used their existing knowledge of the story, including the main events, the description of the main character and understanding of the story staircase to justify their choice of questions. They reflected upon the story and how it evolved and they asked Max questions to help … Read More
This half term the children in reception have been introduced to balance bikes. They have learnt how to be safe on a bike and how to get ready to ride. They have been learning skills on the balance bikes including gliding, steering and stopping.
This summer half term is whizzing by! Year Two enjoyed a trip to the Museum of London this week to complement their Great Fire of London topic and Year Four visited the Houses of Parliament to see democracy in action! The children thoroughly enjoy these trips as they had the opportunity to create happy memories and learn interesting things too. … Read More
This week, the children have been investigating perimeter and area. They received a letter from Professor Lockhart, a scientist studying dinosaurs, who was in desperate need of some help. The children had to work in pairs to identify which enclosure was best suited for each dinosaur, by calculating the perimeter and area of each enclosure. Thanks to Year Four, Professor … Read More
This week in DT the children began to design their Tudor style houses. Using nets, the children created designs that will be on the outside of their houses ready to make a model of London from 1666. It was great to see the children using their maths knowledge to support when looking at the nets. In the coming weeks the … Read More
The children in Year One continued their computing journey and this week they learnt how to add text onto their chosen photograph, as well as change the colour and size of the font. They enjoyed taking photographs of themselves and interesting objects around the room before commencing on their editing journey!
On Wednesday 8th May, Reception were lucky enough to go to Morden Hall Park for a mini-beast hunt to enhance their bug topic. On the way to the trip they found snails that had come out in the rain! The children were shown models of some of the mini-beasts that they would find in the classroom and then they went … Read More
Thanks to those of you who attended Parents’ Evening this week. I hope you found it useful. If you were unable to attend and would like an opportunity to meet with the class teacher, please let the office know and they will book you an appointment. The questionnaire feedback from the Parents’ Evening were very positive and I look forward … Read More
On Tuesday 30th of April some children in Year Three and Four were able to attend a Tag Rugby Festival at Dundonald Recreation Centre. They played tag rugby games and skills games against 5 other schools. The weather was brilliant and the children learnt how to play against the different schools.