We are so proud of the Roman shields that we made as part of our home learning. We can now really imagine what it was like to be a soldier in the Roman Army.
As our history of Watford topic drew to a close the children recorded everything they had learned in the style of a news reporter! We had great fun recording our news reports on the iPads!
Ash and Beech class had been talking about how the sun can create shadows. We went out about 10am and drew around each others shadows. We also drew around some toy animals and left them outside. We then went back out at different times of the day to see if the length or position of the shadows had changed. We discovered that they had changed. Can you remember why?
Rowan class were visited by Rev. Waddell. The class had written a variety of questions to ask him about his role as vicar. Some questions asked were- Do you think God is a man or woman? Why do you wear a dog collar? How long have you believed in God?
Such a simple idea to gain new books. We had a great time browsing the stalls!
In Science, Rowan class have designed and planned workouts for other groups to try. They evaluated the routines on their challenge and effect they have on the body.
Children in Year 2 had a fun and messy afternoon helping to prepare for this years float entry.
Well done to the Year 2 children who took part in the multi skills event. Super team work and sportsman ship was shown by all.
Firstly, thank you for all your donations of 2L plastic bottles. We have been busy using them to put our greenhouse together with the help of Eco Club. We have completed one side of roof which takes 95 bottles! We need more donations and if anyone would be willing to come in and help after school one day please let the office know.
Also, please could we have no more milk bottles. Thank you again for your support.
This week Ash class performed their assembly to Nursery and Ks1. The children worked extremely hard to learn their lines and words to the songs. They enjoyed sharing their favourite topics and showcasing their fantastic learning! Well done Ash class!