As part of our art learning this term on digital media and sculpture, we have been learning about Henry Moore so we went to visit his gardens and studios to learn more. We had a guided tour where the guide was very impressed with our knowledge and thoughts about Moore’s abstract sculptures. Then we used …
Today we invited our grown-ups to join us at Forest School. We … Built dens Swung in a hammock Climbed trees Made bows and arrows Used the secateurs to cut the willow Drilled holes in wood to make a pendent Made chocolate (mud!) cakes Made willow crowns Made a bird nest Went mini-beast hunting and …
This week, Dr. Helen led a fascinating Fossil Workshop in our Science lesson. The workshop provided an engaging, hands-on experience for the children, allowing them to learn about the various types of rocks and categorise them effectively. This interactive approach to learning has significantly improved their knowledge retention and understanding of the subject matter.
On World Book Day Oskar read us a Polish version of ‘Hansel and Gretel’ which was very different to the English versions we had heard before. Oskar taught us some key words from the story such as witch, sweets, father and mother in Polish. We then read the story in English adding in our new …
Year 3 have been enjoying learning about pre-history, Stone Age – Bronze Age – Iron Age, this year. For our school trip we went to Celtic Harmony so we could travel back and experience a day of art in these eras. First we studied events on a timeline then we went into a replica of …
Class 3 have been investigating skeletons. They drew what they thought a skeleton looked like at the beginning of the year and then have been doing lots of creative activities to develop this knowledge including creating models and completing drawings outside. The children have looked at what plants need …