A big well done to Willow for their class assembly this morning, you were fab! Miss Hollis and Mrs Reid are very proud of you and everyone who watched said how amazing you were.
Today Willow visited the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery to enhance our learning. We explored the Ancient Egyptians as this is our current theme. Also, we walked through time to discover the History of Birmingham from our previous theme Birmingham and Beyond. We had an amazing time and discovered many amazing facts!
Year 3 and 4 children experienced outdoor learning in style last week – staying two nights in glamping pods! Everyone participated with enthusiasm and for many this was their first time away from home. Staff were so impressed with their resilience and positive approach to new challenges. These included climbing, archery, team building and orienteering….
We are currently learning all about Egypt. Yesterday we became embalmers and learnt how the Ancient Egyptians mummified their pharaohs. Did you know they pull their brains out through their nose? We then had a go at mummifying our friends! Which ‘mummy’ do you think is the best?
We were very lucky to have the opportunity to try maypole dancing on May 1st. We all had a fantastic time, skipping and dancing around the pole. Some of us enjoyed it so much we danced our feet off!
Today in maths we have been preparing and cooking biscuits! We have very carefully measured and weighed the ingredients and mixed them altogether! Then we carefully shaped them and popped them in the oven. Although we have used our maths and BLP skills, such as patience and collaboration, our favourite part was decorating and of…
In theme we have been looking at Birmingham and Beyond and have researched about football clubs and designed our own football badges. Today we made our badges! We have all worked very hard with our sewing, it took a lot of patience and perseverance but we have created some fantastic designs. Take a look! We…
For science week we conducted an experiment to make the newt from Matilda move without us touching it. We used balloons to create static electricity to lift up our ‘newts’ that we had created from tissue paper. We had lots of fun making our experiment. We especially found it funny when our hair stood up!
As part of the Geography morning, all classes have been using laptops, iPads and atlases to locate countries, capital cities, landmarks, mountain ranges and rivers around Europe.