Today (28.11.18) all of Key Stage 2 went to watch the adaptation of David Walliams – Awful Auntie, at the Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham. It was a great experience enjoyed by all. Click to see the theatre.
In our Science lesson we learnt all about the process of digestion. Lillie and Lois helped Miss Bedesha crush a cracker and a banana into small pieces before mushing with ‘saliva’ (water). The contents were transferred to the ‘stomach’ and acid in the form of squash was added! To represent the small intestine we used…
This afternoon we made a class weather vane which you can see from our picture. We have learnt about instruments used to record weather and chosen two pupils to make weekly recordings from our weather station.
Ocean class wowed parents and pupils this morning with their fabulous assembly all about The Romans. All children learnt their lines and truly performed their parts. Thank you to all parents for helping with memorising lines and costumes. We couldn’t do it without you. I hope every child feels proud of their success today. I…
Our learning log task was to design and create a Roman Helmet. Look at our fabulous works of creativity!
Congratulations to the following pupils who have achieved their pen licence: Ravneet, Holly, Ryley. Isabella, Georgia, Pavan, Harjayan, Lois, Maelis, Lillie, Charlie, Ryan, Jamie, Sarah and Amisha. You have all worked incredibly hard to form and join letters neatly and accurately. Well done!
This afternoon in Ocean we learnt how the Roman army used certain formations in their battle strategies. We learnt about the ‘turtle’, the ‘wedge’, the ‘orb’ and the ‘repel cavalry’. Which one is being used in this picture?
Thursday 4th October 2018 Year 4 visited Wroxeter to explore the well preserved remains of a Roman city. It was a beautiful sunny day and our guide Lucy was informative and taught us amazing facts. Do you know what the Romans used to make leather? We were able to visit a replica Roman villa before…
Hola! In Ocean class we have been learning Spanish. We have learnt numbers 1 -10, days of the week, colours and simple phrases such as “How are you?” The highlight of the morning was tasting churros with chocolate. As you can see everyone enjoyed the delicious doughnuts!
To link with our learning all about The Romans our first trip will be to Wroxeter Roman City on 4th October. Please can you ensure you return the consent forms as soon as possible. Thank you!