Peregrine Class enjoyed a well deserved 'Marble Treat' consisting of party games and a disco. Much fun was had by all!
As part of our science topic this term, Peregrine Class dissected flowers, labeling the different parts.
Friday 20th April STUNNING START PEREGRINE, EAGLE & HAWK CLASSES – IT’S A WONDERFUL WORLD – NATURAL DISASTERS In groups, the children researched information about ‘Natural Disasters’, such as: Tornadoes, Volcanoes, Tsunamis, Hurricanes, Landslides, Floods, Earthquakes, Meteor Showers, Wildfires, Avalanches and Droughts. They used oil pastels to depict their disaster and the Internet to research and record information.
Models of the Earth. In groups, the children made a model of the Earth. Red=inner core; orange=outer core; yellow=mantle;blue=Earth's crust.
Please take the time to read our workshop presentation.
Peregrine Class worked in teams to plan and construct a bridge. This involved DT skills such as sawing, design and construction. Finalised bridge pictures to follow.
Water Cycle and Filtration Activities with South Staffs Water 21.3.18
Peregrine Class yet again produced some fantastic projects this term based on a chosen artist. We saw power points, leaflets, posters and some recreations of famous paintings. Well done to all involved!
On Friday 9th March, as part of our DT project, Peregrine Class were challenged to build a bridge that would support a small weight. They were given sticks and mini-marshmallows. All the children worked brilliantly in their teams and persevered. It was not easy!!
Monday 5th March 2018 - KS2 were treated to a visit from The Young'uns - an English folk group from Stockton, Country Durham. The children were taught shanties and stories about Richard II and the peasant revolt. They also heard the story of Michael Marks and Thomas Spencer.
World Book Day - 1st March 2018. Here are just a few of the wonderful costumes from Peregrine Class for our World Book Day. This year our theme was Nursery Rhymes and Poetry. We spent time exploring different kinds of poetry and managed to perform a whole class poem - I Wanna Be A Star by Tony Mitton.
This term, the children amazed me with their projects. Exploding volcanoes, taxing word searches, model mountains and papier mache globes to name but a few, the children clearly worked hard and produced some superb work. Well done Peregrine Class!
5.2.18 - Debating Skills.
Peregrine and Eagle Printing Workshop 24.1.18
Spring 2018 Stunning Start. The children were able to observe many wonderful paintings and sculptures and sketch a picture of their choice.
Stone Age to Iron Age Project Presentations
Trip to Flag Fen - Friday 1st December 2017
Some of our class took part in the KS2 CSSP Cross Country Competition at Netherhall School
Big Draw sharing event 2017.
Big Draw Event 2017
Stunning start - Peregrine Class
Below are some of the wonderful topic presentations about The Stone Age. Well done Peregrine Class!
On Wednesday 15th November, Peregrine Class baked rock cakes for their Marvellous Middle. Much fun was had by all!
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