Lost and Found

Our new Year R children have had a really wonderful first full week at school and it has been so lovely to see so many smiling faces. Year 1/2 have been looking for a new home for a penguin in their story ‘Lost and Found’ by Oliver Jeffers and Year 5/6 have been learning to be archaeologists as they look for clues about the Egyptians. Year 3/4 have also been looking for clues but this time as reading detectives as they solve the mysteries hidden in the books of Anthony Browne.

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Evacuation Day!

We have had a wonderful start back after our week off for the half term holiday. Year R have been very busy studying shapes, learning more about dinosaurs and have been exploring magnetism. Year 3/4 have continued to work on their text the “Firework Maker’s Daughter” and Year 1/2 have published their own books based on their text “Orion and the Dark”. And, as promised, we have some photos from the Year 5/6 Evacuation Day from the last day of last half term.

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It’s the Titanic!

Whilst our new projects are now well underway with the children enjoying a wide variety of different themes and experiences, parents and carers at home might be wondering “when will my child ‘catch-up'”?.

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A Prehistoric Adventure

This half term we have been learning about the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age and how our ancestors lived during these times. Our best bits of the topic so far are: making clay Beaker pots, carving Stone Age weapons from soap, making Woolly Mammoths and painting Stone Henge. We are super excited about our dress up day tomorrow. Joel is going to be a Blacksmith from the Iron Age (he already has the anvil made), Mia is going to be an Iron Age girl and her costume has a leopard print pattern and Barney is dressing as a Stone Age caveman. This term has been a 10 out of 10 because it has been fun, exciting, interesting and creative.

We have written you a quiz to test your knowledge:

  1. What is the name of people who stay together for their whole life? (written by Leo)
  • Clan
  • Nomad
  • Family
  1. Which of these animals lived in the Stone Age? (written by Maisie)
  • Wolf
  • Cat
  • Polar Bear
  1. Which metals make Bronze? (written by Harvey)
  • Gold and silver
  • Tin and copper
  • Iron and steel
  1. How did they make hand axes? (written by Carter)
  • They made a clay mould
  • They made a bronze mouldĀ 
  • They are moulded them by hand
  1. What are Bronze Age pots called? (written by Lucy)
  • Beaker pots
  • Cup pots
  • Spoon pots