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.
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.
This week we have made our very own compost bins in science. We even added tiger worms to the bins and are excited to see what happens when they get to work!
As part of our science topic we have made our own mini composts. We followed the instructions carefully and added our very own tiger- worms. We had to treat them carefully.
We will observe the worms at work and see what happens to the food that we add to our compost.
Today Juniper class were lucky enough to perform their Egyptian themed dance to the whole school during talent assembly. What a treat!
We had a great time using cuisinaire and rulers to measure everyday items. We even used cm’s.
We loved tasting different fillings that we could use to make a sandwich. Some of us were surprised that we liked things like salami and lettuce that we had never tasted before.
What a treat to see such wonderful dancing at Tanners Wood school.
Year Three, Larch class, showed off their street dance moves. Juniper were walking like an Egyptian. Years Four, Maple, rocked to Electric Avenue and Oak class were in a Time Warp!
The judges had a really tough time. They were so impressed with each of the dances.
Well done to all the classes.
There have been some strange goings on at Tanners Wood this week. A mysterious UFO was spotted hovering above the KS2 playground early last Thursday morning. Since then year 3 have become news reporters and begun to further investigate the event. Shortly after, they discovered a strange green egg in the grounds of the KS1 playground. The egg was empty, but the investigations continue…