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Ash class have been practicing all of their previous learning from gymnastics lessons before Christmas. Here are some fantastic examples of stretches, balances and ways of travelling.
Our new unit in Science this term is Electricity. Yesterday we made circuits, testing different materials to see if they would complete the circuit. We tested paper clips, split pins, paper, tin foil, greaseproof paper and rubber bands. We found that some were conductors and some were insulators. Conductors allowed electricity to flow through them, … Continue reading
Ash class have had a busy couple of weeks, working hard in their English and DT to create Stone Age Purses made from felt. They have had to follow the process through their English lessons, writing instructions so they could make the felt. The felt making was really fun and the children were very focused! … Continue reading
Last week, Ash class were looking at Stone Age Boy in their English lessons. Below are some examples of descriptions of the moment the boy and Om enter the terrifying cave. We hope you enjoy reading them! Evelyn The boy followed Om to the crumbly, rocky cave. Then Om saw the cave. Om said … Continue reading
Last Friday we had a fantastic Commando Joe lesson. We had to use a lot of our skills such as balance, focus and resilience, and work together to give directions.
We have been having some brilliant PE lessons with CM sports these last few weeks. We have been practicing a pike, star, straddle, straight and tuck shape. Can you see which shape we are showing on the apparatus?
Ash class looked amazing today, dressing in clothes which reflect their hobbies. We have had great fun dressing up and raising money for Children in Need. See if you can guess what our hobbies are! We look forward to hearing the whole school’s total.
Ash class had an amazing time at Butser Ancient Farm yesterday. We did lots of activities, starting with a talk in the very smokey Stone Age house. The house had a skull on the outside and paintings on the walls inside. Then we went outside and did some Wattling to make fences so the animals … Continue reading
At the end of last half term, Ash class investigated if birds only eat the food they like. We predicted if we thought it was true or false and then tested it. We realised we wouldn’t be able to interview birds to find out so we had to try a different way. We used different … Continue reading
Over the last few weeks, Ash class have been focusing on Dragons in our English lessons. We started with ‘The Egg’ by M. P. Robertson, writing from different viewpoints as George and the Dragon; then we read the beautifully illustrated ‘Tell me a Dragon’ by Jackie Morris and we described our own dragons; and finally … Continue reading