In science, Juniper have been learning about soil and it’s properties. We completed an experiment to investigate the disappearance of the chocolate cake, which was stolen from the staff room last week. As the culprit fled the scene, they left behind a muddy footprint, so we matched the properties of the soil to four different samples that we had. Who do you think is guilty?
Juniper class enjoyed taking part in the national daily mile today!
In our history lesson today, we were visited by Emperor Claudius – a real life a Roman Emperor! He could not decide whether he should invade Britain for a third time, after Caesar had already failed twice before him. We provided him with reasons for and against the invasion to help him make a decision. After debating the points that we had put forward, Claudius did decide to invade and he was successful.
We have had some fantastic entries for the DT Challenge across the school – a huge well done to every one for getting involved! Winners are being announced this week and there will be a prize for both the winner and runner-up from each Key Stage. We hope everyone enjoyed taking some time out to get creative.
Here are some examples from a Key Stage 2.
Today in computing, Juniper class investigated different forms of animation, including stop-motion animation. Animation is the process of making a drawing, object or model look as though it is moving. We then created our very own stop-motion films!
We have seen so many examples of creativity during lockdown. I thought it would be lovely to share with you all.
Juniper class have had a wonderful day!
Year 3 have been busy getting creative and have designed a beautiful Banyan tree display. We experimented with different art mediums and made sure we chose to mix colours next to each other on the colour wheel to ensure they complimented each other. Have a look at our fantastic and colourful display!
Wow! The children had two extra days this week compared to last week so we expected a higher lap/mileage count but we were not expecting it to be this high! As a school we ran 7,706 laps which is 1,156 miles! So altogether we have run 1,661 miles and have 899 to go! Well done Tanners , keep it up! This week Ash class improved the most with a staggering 717 laps! The trophy goes to them this week!
The children ran so far last week covering an amazing 505 miles in 3361 laps of the daily mile track. That is a quarter of the way to the North Pole!
Well done to Oak class who ran a staggering 461 laps , the most out of any class in the school!
Next week the trophy will be given to the most improved score! The trophy is on display in Oak class’s window.
Maybe try running an extra lap next week!