On Monday 11th November, Robin Class took part in a Panathlon event where we competed against other schools in different games including curling and boccia, in the hope to get through to the finals in London next year. We worked very hard as a team and will find out where we ranked soon…fingers crossed!
On Thursday 11th July, Robin Class went on a trip to Brighton. We went on the Volks Electric rail along the beach to the pier, had some photos and picked up souvenirs, before heading to the beach. The sea was cold but that didn’t stop us! We had a fantastic day!
On 23rd May we went to Red Gates school for a bubble workshop. We joined our friends to sing songs, pop bubbles, watch bubble magic and we saw the most enormous bubbles! At the end of the session we stood inside a bubble. We had a fantastic time!
Falcons have been working hard to produce police reports based around our current book ‘A Monster Calls’. We have also enjoyed a fantastic trip to the British museum, as part of our Pharaohs topic, where everybody was a privilege to take and a real benefit to the school. Whilst we were there we were looking […]
We have been focusing on the story Billy’s Bucket. We pretended to go deep sea diving in Billy’s bucket and described the different sea creatures. We then made a non-fiction book about sea creatures. We received a letter from Billy asking Little Owls to find a new bucket that holds a larger capacity of water. […]
Last week we had lots of fun when some parents joined us for learn and lunch. First we shared the books we are reading then we made parrots which sat on our wrists and gave them a name. Every pirate needs a parrot! Ahoy, me hearties!!
We explored a fish and talked about the features we could see. The children held and described what they saw. It felt ‘soft and smooth’ and the scales had stripes. The children were shocked when they felt the fin and tail as they thought it would be soft. They felt the ‘tiny sharp teeth’ and […]
This week we are learning: To find 1 less than a number to 20 To read Superworm by Julia Donaldson and retell the story (writing) To think about what we liked and disliked about the story To make a wormery To find out facts about worms To make a worm using wool and making a […]
In Wolves, we have investigated the different forces that affect our lives everyday. We have ridden bikes, scooters and hoppers to see which forces we use to propel them forwards or backwards. Some of the children pulled trolleys or played with a variety of balls!