No formal homework will be set for the rest of the academic. However, if you want to, you can continue our topic of healthy food by cooking a healthy meal at home (possibly one of the recipes you didn’t cook at school). You could write down your method, take photos and maybe even become a food critic and review your own food! Email any photos in that you would like to show your class.
Class 6 were prepared this morning with sun cream, hats and towels ready for a day at the seaside. We were surprised when we arrived in Hunstanton and it was pouring with rain! Luckily, it cleared up after a while and we headed down to the beach. We all had lots of fun and the sun made a tiny appearance towards the end of the afternoon.
Here are some examples of our reflection art work and blessings.
On Monday, Class 6 spent the afternoon reflecting on the question ‘What makes Great Britain great?’. The children had some fantastic ideas and created some brilliant art work based on their reflections. Look out next week for pictures of our new display showing off the children’s work.
Class 6 had a science day where they applied all of their learning about forces to create a boat. They then had a boat race – unfortunately not all of the boats survived but the children worked really hard and enjoyed their day!
Class 6 watched an animation of ‘The Parable of the Lost Sheep’. We discussed our ideas about the meaning of it.
After this, we read the Parable and the children linked it to our academy values. They reflected on their own experiences and made links between their lives, the Parable and our academy values.
In art we have looked at Kandinsky’s work and created 3D structures based on concentric shapes. We used card, glue, scissors and lots of resilience!
Due to technical difficulties class 6’s blog has not updated over the last few weeks. Here is what we’ve been up to!
We made clay tiles in the style of William Morris. Look at our excellent colour mixing skills!
Finally finished and up on the wall! Every child in the school has decorated a pebble and then chosen a word linked to the academy values to write on it. We think it looks amazing and are very proud of the children for their thoughtful and varied vocabulary.