The whole school enjoyed watching a drama production of the Jungle Book this afternoon.
Year 3 and 4 were lucky to have Game On come into school and teach the skills needed for rounders and then participate in a game of rounders. They had a fantastic time, even through the hot weather!
Larch class took part in a light and dark science workshop today. We shared our prior learning on light and dark and were taught even more engaging scientific information! Children were able to make a kaleidoscope to show how light reflects off mirrors, go into a pitch black tent to see what happens to our eyes, as well as make finger puppets to show how objects block light and make shadows. Ask your child to explain how the sun, moon and Earth work together to form day and night!
We have been studying the different layers of the Earth, to understand what you find underground. We used different coloured plasticine to show the different layers of the Earth (inner core, outer core, mantle and crust) and made our own Earth model!
The School Council were lucky enough to visit The Houses of Parliament today. We were given a tour of the building by Harriet and Yasmin. During lunch we had a question and answer session with our local MP Richard Harrington. Check out our photos!
Over the last two days, Year 3 and planned and carried out their next science experiment. We have put white carnations into water (mixed with food colouring) and are waiting to see if they petals change colour.
Children enjoyed eating a specially prepared royal lunch with their friends on the field today.