This week we have started our Down on the Farm topic. We’ve been identifying which animals live on the farm and doing some classifying. Maths Lots of the children have also shown an interest in maps and been building their own small worlds with representations of key geographical features.
Snowy Owls have been creative with watercolours this week. Thinking about how the colours work and what the trees look like at the moment.
We have completed some Cartouches (an Egyptian burial plate which is shaped like an oval that is dedicated to an important deceased person, such as a Pharaoh) and became Pharaoh for the day!
Eagle Owls have completed their history topic on changes that happened in the Twentieth Century. They worked in mixed age group pairs to compile a set of slides (Google Drive) that have a range of features and animations. Some had links to videos and musical clips. We have all enjoyed sharing these projects and the […]
Barn Owls have been learning about Judaism and have produced some wonderful double page spreads demonstrating their understanding of the religion. They have presented them in their own way and shown their understanding through some excellent written work. Well done!
We were delighted to play in our last football match of the 4 day tournament on Monday. Organised by the School Sport Partnership this was a development league for boys and girls from Years 5 and 6. Both our teams have played really well and showed excellent team spirit, making sure they swapped places and […]
Eagle Owls wish you all a Merry Christmas! They have been busy making and decorating Christmas cakes, light up Christmas cards and adding to their Sketchbooks. Don’t forget to check out the Science behind these light up cards by finding this tab: Science/STEM – Circuits with Eagle Owls 2021
Barn Owls wish you all Merry Christmas! They enjoyed a paper chain competition and writing their shape poetry as well as taking on the main roles in ‘It’s a Party’.
Snowy Owls wish you all a Merry Christmas! Snowy Owls have had fun making traditional Spanish Tío de Nadal ‘logs’ that left them a little present for Christmas!