Key Worker Bubble 2 have produced some beautiful landscape artwork in the style of Claude Monet.
Class 5 have thoroughly enjoyed their art unit of 'printing'. We have looked closely at the work of William Morris and the creation of patterns inspired by nature.
Nursery had a very exciting week for Science Week! We tried to make windows in blocks of ice using salt, warm water and cold water. We found out that warm water worked really well. We tried to identify different fabrics using only our sense of touch. We investigated the different types...
Our week kicked off with a fantastic visit from the 'Wonderdome School Planetarium Show' for all classes followed by lots of hands-on activities across school! An exciting week for all!
Class 5 Shrove Tuesday celebrations, courtesy of Mrs Humbles!
Class 4 and 5 visited 'The Brewers Pride' in Ossett to learn more about Reginald Earnshaw, the youngest person to lose his life in the Second World War.
Class 5 enjoyed singing as part of our 'Creative RE' day in school. They performed this for both children and parents during our SANGAM assembly.
Class 5 worked together to recognise the meaning of a variety of ordnance survey symbols. We couldn't quite believe how many there were!
Class 5 had worked very hard to achieve a grand class total of 500 'dojos'! They chose their own reward for their achievement which was a movie afternoon, complete with popcorn, biscuits, blankets and comfy clothes!
Class 5 were working hard to create an 'equivalence doughnut' each within their groups. The trickiest part about this challenge was that they were not allowed to communicate in any way with one another and they only won when every member of the group had completed their 'doughnut'. Can...