browser icon
You are using an insecure version of your web browser. Please update your browser!
Using an outdated browser makes your computer unsafe. For a safer, faster, more enjoyable user experience, please update your browser today or try a newer browser.

Author Archives: Miss Duncan

Hooray for home learning

What a week! You have all been superstars this week with your fantastic home learning. Here are some of your stories and a selection of pictures of what you have been up to. Well done to Grace for completing Joe Wicks this morning. I also did a short workout…as a scientist! I cannot wait to … Continue reading »

Categories: Achievement | Leave a comment

An…odd week!

We’ve had a bit of a strange week with the class now remotely learning from home. Everyone is being super resilient and I have been so impressed by what I’ve seen so far! Well done everyone, keep it up! Here is a selection of some of your science posters for the Youth climate summit happening … Continue reading »

Categories: Achievement | Leave a comment

A fun and exciting week!

This week we have started reading Where the Poppies Now Grow by Hilary Robinson. We have been working with partners to make pictures of Ben and Ray, the characters from the story, in the different parts of the story. We also thought about how they might have been feeling. In Maths we are learning about … Continue reading »

Categories: Achievement | Leave a comment

Hooray for half term!

This week we got into the Christmas spirit early! We made our Christmas card designs about wreaths using wrapping paper to cut out leaves in the shape of holly leaves or round leaves. We also concluded our science experiment about what plants need to grow, testing it by growing cress. We found some interesting results. … Continue reading »

Categories: Achievement | Leave a comment

The best week ever!

Yesterday we went to Butser Ancient Farm. We did some activities. Our first one was making a wall so the sheep couldn’t get out which was called wattling. Then we made jewellery from copper like Bronze Age people. After lunch we carved chalk using flint. Finally we did archaeology where we found bones buried in … Continue reading »

Categories: Achievement, History, Trips | Leave a comment

A dragon in the classroom!

We had a really tricky maths problem on Monday. In maths we have been learning about multiplication, drawing arrays and showing them on number lines as repeated addition. We found a dragon on Thursday in the classroom and had our photo taken with it. Some of us were dragon detectives looking for clues that the … Continue reading »

Categories: Achievement, English | Leave a comment

Dragons everywhere!

This week we have been reading How to Train your Dragon. In Shared Reading we drew Gobber the Belch and put labels on them to say what it was. We wrote stories in English using pictures from How to Train your Dragon and used lots of adverbs. In Commando Joe with Commando Max and Andy, … Continue reading »

Categories: Achievement | Leave a comment

We’ve been very busy!

In English we have been learning about Dragons. We wrote dragon poems ‘Lost and Found’ using the base of the poem to make our own version of it. We have been very busy in Topic learning about Stone Age tools. We had a picture of Skara Brae and had to match the tags to the … Continue reading »

Categories: Uncategorized | Leave a comment

A wonderful week

This week we have been working really hard. We have been learning about Dragons in English after Miss Duncan found an egg! We also did table tennis in PE. In Music we started learning The Dragon song and making signs to go with it. In Art we looked at Las Caux and drew some animal … Continue reading »

Categories: Achievement | Leave a comment

Ash class’ first week!

This week we have been working really hard. We have been learning about Ed Stafford and his journey in the Amazon rainforest. We ate some fruits (pineapple, grapefruit and mango) which Ed Stafford might have eaten on his adventure. In CM sports we had to do 6 courses for 5 minutes which was good. One … Continue reading »

Categories: Achievement | Leave a comment