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Term 5 - What do Aliens think of life on planet Earth?

Our 3-D Alien Models

For this term's pre- learning task, I had set the children a challenge to create their own 3D alien and research some facts about Earth and Plants. I was very impressed to read the facts you had found! The 3-D aliens some of you have created are fantastic! Take a look below!

Term 4 - Did your Grandparents play on the X -Box when they were little?

Pancake day!

We learnt why we eat Pancakes on Pancake day and we discussed Lent, and the children had to think about what they might give up for this. The children then had their own pancakes and got to choose what toppings to put on them! It was a special treat for snack time! Take a look at us digging into our Pancakes below! 

Create your own toy!

For homework over the half term, the children had to create their own toy and be able to demonstrate in class what it does and how it works. The toys they have produced are excellent and we are very impressed! They are on display in the classroom. A huge well done to you all! Take a look at some of the masterpieces! 

Term 3 - Can we build snowmen in Summer?

Our Seasons homework posters

 

For homework last week, the children had to create a poster all about Seasons and to show what they have learnt this term. I am very impressed with the standard of work that has been produced and these excellent posters have been displayed in class. The winner of the competition will be announced shortly... well done everyone! Take a look at our posters below!

Ice Investigation! 

As part of our big question this term, the children wanted to investigate what would happen if we built a snowman in summer. We carried out a Science experiment by placing ice in various locations around School which were chosen by the class. We left it overnight to find that all the ice had melted in each location - except from the ice that was placed in the freezer! The children were fascinated to explore the changes of the ice and produced super pieces of writing about our experiment! Take a look below at us carrying out our ice investigation!

Snowy afternoon! 

The children were very excited to see that it was snowing this afternoon. As we are learning about different weathers in topic, we decided to put our coats on and go outside and enjoy the snow! We had a look at how snowflakes can be different shapes and sizes, and the children also noticed how quickly the snowflakes melted on their hands! Take a look at some photos of our snowy afternoon! 

Winter Walk at Forest School 

We have spent Monday afternoon in the Forest, exploring what Forest School is like during Winter. We had lots of fun feeding the animals, walking through squelchy mud and trying to spot some woodland creatures! We also explored how Forest School may look different in Summer compared to how it looks now. Take a look at our photos from a busy afternoon below!

Our Seasons Calendars

In Science, we have been exploring Seasons and Weather. We decided to make Seasonal Calendars showing how trees change throughout the year. We used our hand prints and fingerprints to create our tree designs. Take a look below!

Term 2

Why are humans not like tigers?

Labelling the structure of animals

This week we thought about the structure of common animals. Firstly, we created an animal by potato printing with paint. Some of us chose an elephant, some a snake and some a tiger. We then labelled the structure of our animals using some brilliant vocabulary. See some pictures below.

Computing- PowerPoint Presentations

This half term we have used very tricky skills to create our own PowerPoint Presentations all about zoo animals. We have learnt how to insert photos from the internet, add text and we have even added transitions. I am really impressed with the children's final projects. Below you will find pictures of us working hard plus you can view our final PowerPoints in the file list.

This half term we have used very tricky skills to create our own PowerPoint Presentations all about zoo animals. We have learnt how to insert photos from the internet, add text and we have even added transitions. I am really impressed with the children's final projects. Below you will find pictures of us working hard plus you can view our final PowerPoints in the file list.
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Jungle book dance

We have worked hard in PE this term. Watch our brilliant dance based on the jungle book below.

Tiger tea party

A massive thank you to all the parents who attended our tiger tea party this afternoon. The children performed their dance really well and loved having you in to eat party food. See some pictures below.

Fun at the animal park

This afternoon, as part of our learning about wild and tame animals, we visited the animal park at forest school to learn how to look after pets. We fed the goats, chickens and pigs and looked at the guinea pigs. We learnt about what all pets need to survive. Our behavior was excellent and we showed great care towards the animals. Thank you to Miss T and Laura.

Which poo belongs to the carnivore?

This afternoon we were fantastic Scientists. In groups we put on our scientist glasses and investigated three different types of poo. We decided whether the poo would belong to a herbivore, carnivore or omnivore. We then challenged ourselves to think which animal each poo could belong to. Our science knowledge and vocabulary is really expanding, well done elephants! See some photos below.

A massive thank you to all the children (and parents) who completed our pre-learning task. The task was to make an animal you would find in a zoo. I am really impressed with the range of materials, methods and skills used. See our wonderful creations below. 

Term 1

What would life be like as a pirate?

Term 1

What would life be like as a pirate?

Which material would be best for Captain Blackbeard's new coat?

This week we investigated which material would be best to make a new coat for Captain Blackbeard. Together we decided on a criteria for a good pirate coat. We decided it had to be comfortable to wear , strong enough to survive pirate battles and waterproof for when waves came overboard! We worked in pairs to make coats from plastic, fabric and paper. We then performed pirate duties to see how comfortable they were, we had pirate battles to test their strength and we poured water over the coats to see how waterproof they were. See a selection of pictures below.

A massive thank you to all the adults who came to watch our pirate film this afternoon.

See our wonderful creation below!

Assembly and Parents

This morning, Elephant class performed their pirate assembly before inviting their parents back to class to complete a couple of phonics activities. I was really impressed with the children's loud voices, big smiles and confident speaking. A massive thank you to all the family members who came, what a fantastic turn out! It was great to put faces to names and have more time to speak to you all. See some pictures below.

Silverscreen Education

Today we were extremely lucky to have Adam Pepper in our class. Mr Pepper teaches through the use of film and he created a super pirate day for us! He based the whole day on the film 'Treasure island.' This morning was spent completing engaging English activities based on various clips that we watched and this afternoon we created our own pirate film using the green screen! The film will be back in a couple of weeks for us to watch. See a selection of pictures below. Also a massive thank you for all the effort put into the pirate outfits!

Learning challenge of the week- How can we make a pirate ship that floats?

Our learning challenge this week was 'How can we make a pirate ship that floats? Yesterday we tested lots of materials to see which would float or sink. We then discussed other criteria which was important eg. waterproof before deciding on using plastic to make our ships. This afternoon we made some fantastic pirate ships. They are now sailing away in our Science corner! Take a look at some pictures below.

Reading Buddies

Every Thursday afternoon, the children in Years 1 and 5 pair up as reading buddies with Miss Rowland and Mrs Hobot. In Year 1 we love having the older children help us with our reading and we enjoy listening to their books too! See a selection of pictures below.

This afternoon the Elephants had fun on the Ipads turning themselves into pirates. They had to choose a pirate hat, eye patch, parrot and beard. I was very impressed with their computing skills. See some pictures below.

We have had a fantastic first day in Elephant class. I am really impressed with how the children have settled in so quickly. We have had lots of fun including pirate games, pirate phonics, asking pirate questions, working with playdoh and making puppets. See some of our pictures below.