We have been so impressed with the quality of work from the Year 6 topic home learning this term, that we thought we would share a few with you.
We have practiced pulling scary faces which we would use to scare off an alien invasion! This is linked to the story we are using in English. We then made a word bank of descriptive words .
In Elm Class today we became historians. We looked at a variety of evidence linked to the moon landing and thought of questions which would need answering before we could believe it.
In maths we made our Christmas cakes to decorate and sell at the school fair on 2nd December. Be sure to get yours!
We will be giving year six parents the opportunity to buy the ones their own child has decorated before the fair so look out for the letter.
Today year 3 enjoyed a wonderful day out to Tring Natural History Museum. We looked closely at lots of different animal skulls to investigate what animal the skull might belong to. We used our knowledge of the different teeth types to help our investigation. We also roamed through all of the museum’s exhibits, looking closely at the different animals on display. We even got the chance to dress up as some of our favourite animals.
A massive thank you to all of the parent helpers who joined us and made the trip possible. We’re already looking forward to our next adventure.
The children were fascinated to see the vast variety of animals at the museum. We had a great handling session of different skulls. We looked closely at the teeth to give us clues as to which mammal each belonged to. We had some great guesses.
We found animals from different biomes. There were also animals which sadly are now extinct, the great sloth bear and the dodo.
A big thank you to our parent helpers who I think enjoyed it as much as the children.
I know that many of the children would love to return so do pop along and learn even more.
Well done Larch you were a pleasure to take out.
A tiring day for some!
We have become historians! We have been using iPads and sources to find out lots of information about Neil Armstrong and the moon landing.
Last Thursday Ash class were visited by Red Watch from Garston Fire Station. The children got to sit in the fire engine cab, ask lots of questions, spray water using a hose and laugh as Ms Schofield dressed as a firefighter! This morning they got the opportunity to meet a Sergeant from the Metropolitan Police Service. Lots of excitement as the children learn all about ‘People Who Help Us’. Who will be next to visit Ash class?