Year 6 have produced some beautiful work, which is currently on display. This includes our mathematical investigation into the artist Escher, the children really enjoyed finding 2D shapes that could tessellate on paper and using ICT. We are excited to display all of our Victorian work including research and timelines. The children loved replicating the work of William Morris which included printing and clay modelling.
As classes, we discussed the meaning of BC and AD on a timeline. Then in groups we placed key time periods that we have studied in other year groups , like Ancient Egypt, time periods that we are currently studying in year 4 , Ancient Greece, and time periods we will study later on such as the Vikings.
Before half term, Year 4 embraced all weathers on a 3-day residential. From den building to night walks and cooking to fire starting every child challenged themselves. Across the few days, the children worked as a team to achieve success and thoroughly enjoyed their experiences. When welly walks turned into swimming lessons, children (and staff) embraced their wet socks and truly felt at one with nature! The Year 4 staff wanted to thank every single child for giving it their
Year 5 had a fantastic last day of term by celebrating their Viking and Anglo-Saxon topic. The children took part in several, creative activities and dressed up for the occasion. The children made spiced oat-cakes, which they then sampled in the afternoon and discussed how the Vikings used to forage and farm to survive. The children took part in bracelet making with wool and designed and painted a Viking shield. This was a day enjoyed by all and a fitting end to a fabulous to