This afternoon, we went for a walk around our village to locate key features. We saw the old dairy; Mary Dean's first school; the old chapel; May Fong's chinese takeaway; the hairdressers; the post office; the old sweet shop; the old police station and bus depot; an old mill; the creek; the Queen's Arms; the Seven Stars; the well outside the trophy shop; St Mary's church; the Copplestone oak tree; the stream and Mary Dean's 2nd school.
In PE today, we practised hockey, cricket, tennis, basketball, netball and football skills.
World Book Day 2018
We made a circuit with a switch using split pins, a paperclip, wires, a bulb, a bulb holder and a battery.
In Science, we made electrical circuits!
We have completed our Viking longships!
Miss Horwell's mum joined us for the day so we baked chocolate chip cookies with melting snowmen on top! They tasted delicious!
We painted our Viking longboats today!
Our dragon egg hatched! Now we have our own class dragon to train.
The construction of the Viking longboats continues...
We are making Viking longboats in DT!
In Maths, we counted the acute, right and obtuse angles within 2D shapes.
Clive Pig told us Viking stories in the hall today!
We have new reading buddies to listen to us read on Wednesdays.
Viking day was awesome! We learnt about the Viking view of cosmos, tried on Viking armour, decoded Viking runes, found primary sources during an archeological dig, played hnefatafl and listened to Viking stories.
In Maths, we have been practising measuring capacities.
Roman day was brilliant!
In Maths, we made 3D shapes using salt dough and spaghetti to help us to find their properties.
We made and decorated grass heads!
We painted St George and the English flag and rose in the style of Andy Warhol.
We found out that the toy car travelled the furthest on a wooden surface because it had the least friction.
Our amazing box creations!
We made bird feeders and have hung them in the spiritual garden.
Miss Horwell's mum came in to help us make and decorate Rudolph shortbread biscuits! They were delicious!
Our Stone Age round houses.
The digestive system
Which liquid will damage eggs shells the most? Coke, orange juice, milk or water?
We have made a start on our Stone Age round houses!
We are running every afternoon for 15 minutes! This helps us to be more active, make new friends and concentrate.
Cricket session 2 - bowling
A cricket coach will be teaching our class every Wednesday until Christmas! These are some photos from the first session.
Our fantastic myths and legends homework!
Gymnastics circuit training
Weaving with wool.
We partitioned four digit numbers and numbers to two decimal places using place value counters.
Our class trip to Dartmoor.
In Science, we tested the permeability of rocks. Ask your child which rock was the most permeable!
We practised weaving in Art! Super weavers kindly helped others.
Getting moving with Maths!