Today we had a great afternoon looking through some old newspapers. We read many stories where trawlers had got into trouble and had even gone missing!
What a dangerous job!
5M had a day to remember when we dressed up for Children In Need 2017. Some of the children felt so strongly about raising money they took their own inspiration and created a 'lucky dip' game for other children to have a try to win a random prize from the box - all in the name of raising money for…
3/4S have been using Keynote to create a presentation recounting their visit to the Fishing Heritage Centre last week.
They have used their literacy work to promote and advertise the Centre to others.
Year 6 visited the local cenotaph to pay our respects and to look at the wreaths.
Here is a page from our 'Power of Reading' book but shhhh! We still don't know the title! We have been using drama to understand the feelings of the characters in this picture. Have a look at the video below!
Using black paint, water and glue we made a waterproof border to start this artwork. Special thanks to Mrs Riggs and Miss Man.
We really enjoyed doing this activity. Check back soon to see our finished pieces.
Year 5 joined in the whole school activity of making a poppy and creating wishes to make the world a better place. After we had a 2-minute silence we also stood for class photographs to show our unity and pay our respects to the fallen.
Look at our wish tree outside school.
What a lovely way to remember our fallen soldiers.
Our topic work is coming together nicely! We have created some Blitz inspired artwork using oil pastels, and our poppies are made and ready for our remembrance assembly on Friday.