Village Walk - Peregrine & Eagle - As part of our Topic 'Places Past and Present' we went on a Village Walk to learn more about our local area.
Alfresco art - linear perspective sketching.
Multiplying and dividing by 10's and 100's.
Peregrine Class Act of Service - Litter picking.
Making skeletons with border roll!
SID TV 2019: Data Detective - film for 7-11 year olds
Safer Internet Day will be on Tuesday 5th February 2019. Safer Internet Day 2019 will be celebrated globally with the theme: Together for a better internet. This video allows 7-11 years to explore a virtual house while learning about consent online and the ways in which their information might be shared online.
Oh we had fun! Building the human skeleton with dog biscuits!
Drama based on our class book - Friend or Foe
Angles as the measure of a turn.
Drawing 2D shapes
Testing the strength of different magnets.
Drawing 2D shapes
Scrapyard Challenge - Finding out which materials are magnetic.
Stunning Start Spring 2018
Games in the hall with Eagle.
Sensational topic presentations - Well done all!
Getting in the festive mood making Christmas party hats!
Wow! What a Fabulous Finish! Eagle and Peregrine made chocolates of their own design. Don't they look amazing?
Christmas Encounter Day. Peregrine and Eagle were thinking about Christmas Cards and how they reflect the Christmas Story.
Eagle and Peregrine's Marvellous Middle - Chocolate Tasting and Evaluating!
Conducting an experiment to test the friction of different surfaces.
Peregrine Class have started learning about Forces. They were acting out a push or a pull.
Peregrine Class learnt about the story of the Spanish arrival, under Cortez, in Tenochtitlan. The death of King Montezuma and the final battles that lead to the fall of the Aztec Empire. They then re-enacted the story in groups.
Our Act of Service - litter picking in the playground.
Learning how rocks become soil through drama.
Dan the Skipping Man
Marvellous Middle - Cadbury World
Understanding the 3 different types of rock through drama!
Exploring the characteristics and properties of rocks.
Stunning Start - September 2018. What could have happened? The children were historical detectives for the day.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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