Year 3 have had a great time singing at St Christopher's this afternoon! Thanks for having us!
This morning, the Y5 cellists performed to the rest of their year group and to Y3 who will start learning the cello in September.
Here are our seed bombs ready to sell at the Summer Fayre, raising funds for our school as well as promoting awareness surrounding the importance of bees and plants in our local environment.
Y6 and Y4 children performing the cello to their parents, celebrating the learning of the instrument that has taken place this year.
We became scientists this week, looking at how water is transported through a plant. We learnt that a plan with a shorter stem absorbs more water than one with a longer stem and that water is transported all through the plant including the leaves and petals!
Year 2 had a fantastic time at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
After a late arrival, we still took part in our education workshops about Polar Bears and we saw an amazing array of animals that we have never seen before.
As part of our learning for Leon and the place between, we had a great morning learning how to juggle and spin plates.
Year 4 had a brilliant day. They were so excited about their surprise which turned out to be a circus skills workshop. They learnt to juggle with a ball and scarves and how to plate spin! 4Rs pictures are below, 4C and 4L are to follow.
Today is world bee day, we have been learning about bees. We made badges campaigning to save the bees. At playtime the other children were curious about our badges so we shared our learning. We also tasted some delicious honey, THANK YOU BEES!
This week, we have tried working in Kagan groups in Foundation. We practised working as a team and we were fantastic at it! We all had a job and had to work together to complete the task. This was linked to our Power of Reading text that we are looking at at the minute which is What The Ladybird…
The Foundation Stage children thoroughly enjoyed learning and singing lots of different songs about Under The Sea whilst listening to the adventures of Carlos the Crab. We were very lucky to have Thrunscoe Primary Academy and Queen Mary Infants school to join us in our celebrations. We loved…