The season of rounders and cricket has begun today in all Key Stage 2 classes. Today we have been focusing on throwing, catching and hand eye co-ordination.
We have started this half term's topic work by looking at Viking events. We have all moved tables so it has given us a change to discuss the events with different members of the class!
Miss Johnson from Kearsley Academy showing us how a 'full freeze' is done! Everyone including Mrs Harris and Miss Brown will be practising this over Easter...watch this space!
Year 5 practising the dance street move 'baby freeze'. There was a lot of success!
Using the database activity 'Whodunnit' in computing, the children took on the role of a detective trying to solve a number of crimes. They used a database of 50 fictitious criminals.
Using nets to make our Easter baskets, ready to fill with eggs on Friday!
We had some great entries for the decorated egg competition today! Thank you to all who entered.
Following on from this week's Maths work on solid volume. Can you estimate the volume of mini eggs? What do you estimate the capacity of the bowl to be?
Today in class we used our Anglo-Saxon research to construct our very own settlement. We used cardboard, hay, wood shavings and lollipop sticks to build them. Why don't you have a look at an example in the school entrance?