There was no stopping the flow of ideas for poetry
Right angles on the goal post!
Right angles on the climbing frame.
Making irregular 2D shapes using natural materials
Making an irregular hexagon.
Art using natural materials - it's a rocket.
Art using natural materials - its a cat.
Ryton Pools - Pond dipping and den building.
Science projects - well done for these fantastic projects. Outstanding presentation, effort and verbal explanation.
Sweets in water!
Why do we wash our hands?
Red cabbage PH indicator
Testing icy water
The explosive truth
How do flowers and vegetables absorb water?
World book day 2019
Making Dooley Boppers for aliens.
Decorating pants for the aliens.
The children learnt an alien dance!
Andy Goldsworthy. As part of our theme 'Get out of my swamp', we looked at natural sculptures created by the artist Andy Goldsworthy. The children enjoyed collecting natural materials from outside then created their own sculptures. They look brilliant on our display.
Science investigation - Which surface will the car run the furthest on?
We enjoyed an Indian banquet. The children were really brave in trying new foods and letting us know what they thought of it!
We learned how to do Bhangra dancing with our visitors from In2Culture. We listened to stories from India and looked at indian clothes and musical instruments.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas - making cinnamon salt dough for our Christmas tree decorations
Computer animations of The Great Fire of London
The Great Fire of London. We made houses to replicate the tudor houses of 1666. We invited the firefighters to school to light and supervise our re-enactment of how the fire spread so quickly.
Continuous Cursive Handwriting - we are learning this style as of now.
We have been learning about how we know facts about The Great Fire of London and have discussed primary and secondary sources. The children used tweezers to put Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn's diary together.
The Great Fire of London Launch - year 1 and 2 worked together to make cakes using the same recipe for the cakes which were baking in 1666!
Remembrance Day- We have been making poppies to celebrate 100 years since the end of World War 1.