Iron Age Celtic Tribes Our classroom became an Iron Age roundhouse for the day! We all sat round the fire and listened to the beginning of our new book: Revolt Against the Romans by Tony Bradman. We looked at certain passages and acted them out. Mrs C-S taught us how to scream like a Celtic […]
In RE we have been exploring John 8:12 – “I am the Light of the World.” We began by reflecting on what this meant to Christians and ourselves. In English, we have been exploring figurative language, especially similes and metaphors, and we applied this to the concept of light of Jesus. Working collaboratively, we invented […]
Year 4 have been examining how Iron Age Celtic Roundhouses were built. The used their maths skills to mearsure the footprint that an actual Roundhouse would have. They then had to use their interior design skills to make the space work. They put benches, beds, fires and an animal pens into their houses. Here are […]
Today KS2 became internet legends. We explored the 4 islands of interland and learned how to be sharp, alert, secure, kind and brave online. We had a great assembly are we are all looking forward to exploring interland for ourselves! Take a look at our learning:
Act 3 Scene 1 -Julius Caesar’s death. We examined and discussed the characters involved and took three crucial lines from the scene to create a tableaux about. Speak, hands for me! Et tu, Brute? Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead! Take a look at our amazing actors below.
There’s Been A Murder! In class, we had a Murder Mystery Day. The children had to come into the classroom and solve the clues to find out who had been murdered and by whom. Here are some photos of the day. The children thoroughly enjoyed it and made excellent detectives.
In the modern technological era, it can be difficult to know how best to ensure our children are safe and confident online. With this in mind Digiworld have come up with a fantastic website to build these skills in a fun and interactive way. Digiworld is a curriculum designed to help children, aged between 5 […]
As part of our Anglo-Saxon topic we had a go at weaving, which was an important Anglo-Saxon tradition. Here are some pictures of our work. We also tried our hand at molding clay into the shape of the warrior helmet found at the Anglo-Saxon burial site in Sutton Hoo. Finally, using our knowledge of Anglo-Saxon […]