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This afternoon class Ash had great fun taking part in School Grounds Day. We made bird feeders, using pine cones. We also refilled the coconut shells that year four turned into bird feeders last year. We had to make the … Continue reading
This morning year three have taken part in the first inter-colour basketball tournament of the year, run by CM Sports. All the year groups will take part and there will be a grand winner announced at the end of the … Continue reading
This afternoon class Ash have been exploring to discover what soil is actually made from. We looked carefully at two soil types very carefully with magnifiers and found out that our samples contained: mud, small stones, larger stones, lumps of … Continue reading
We have been exploring electricity and making simple circuits in preparation or designing and making an electrical toy in Design Technology. We can now make circuits with bulbs, motors and buzzers. Here we are in action!
This morning class Ash have been busy learning the next part of our dance for Sports Day. We have explored some moves inspired by Bollywood dancing, placing our hands exactly and keeping careful balance. Thanks to Megan and Jazz from … Continue reading
This afternoon class have been enjoying a real treat – the Ash class talent show! The standard was amazingly high and we enjoyed dance routines, drama, poetry, magic tricks, singing, music, sketching and much more! There of course had to be … Continue reading
This week we will be looking at the River in more depth after our field work last week. Here is some information that might help you.