In RSHE we have been looking at different people and how they help us in the community.
In science we have been scientists learning about animals. We have been finding out if they are mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish insects or birds. Alongside if they are herbivores, omnivores, or carnivores.
In art we have been artists in the style of Vincent Van Gogh. Focusing on using a pencil for sketching. We used his own art work as a reference and sketched in in our sketch books.
We have painted in his style and had a go at making a 3D clay picture using either Sunflowers or Starry Night as our inspiration. Iria said, “I chose the sunflowers because I like the sun.”
Through play Reception have been exploring how Bee-Bots work. They have been learning how to move the Bee-Bots in different ways to better understand the controls.
This week we had, ‘don’t bump my nose’ races to see who could get the closest to, but not hit, the wood pile. Great fun was had by all!
The Easter Bunny visited our school on the last Friday of term. We searched for the eggs in our house teams and despite the strange weather, we managed to find all the eggs! The best part though was … eating them!
A group of Year 1 and 2 children applied the skills they had learned by taking part in the Acle Cluster KS1 Football Tournament.
It was a lovey sunny afternoon and great fun was had by all.
In outdoor learning the children have made spring poems based on their surroundings at school and performed the poem to their class members.
As mathematicians year 2 have been working on capacity and investigating measuring different quantities.