Year 1: Levers for a purpose

In DT the children in 1 Owls have been learning about the components of a lever.  They then designed and made their own animal feeder which included a lever. Their design was for a special purpose to feed Mrs Franklin-Hackett’s cat Suki, her cat treats. The children were so excited when Suki came to visit. They…

Smooth(ie) music in Reception

As part of our work about Mona Baptiste who travelled from Trinidad we have looked at some of the fruits they grow on the island. We used some of our favourites to make fruit smoothies. They were delicious.

Illustrators Club are officially amazing!

The Illustrators Club for Year 3 children have been following Art Club with Olaf Falafel tutorials and chose two to complete in watercolour. The kids were delighted with their final pieces and wanted to share their work with Olaf himself. We were amazed to receive the response below:

Platinum Jubilee

Before the half term, the school learnt about the Platinum Jubilee and the Queen’s life and family. On the last afternoon the whole school joined together on the field to celebrate the Jubilee with a picnic and some music from over the last 70 years. Every child had a drink, ice-cream and a red, white…

Reception: Hat’s all folks!

This week in Reception, the children have been learning about different hats and why we wear them. In the role play area, we decided to carry on having a party from yesterday. The children thought we should have balloons at the party but we didn’t have any real ones. Today, Miss Wong brought some modelling balloons…

1 Owls visit the zoo

1 Owls had a fun time at the zoo on Tuesday.  They were able to use their reading skills and knowledge in science to find out which animals were nocturnal and diurnal and whether they were herbivores, carnivores or omnivores by checking the signs to see what the animals ate.  They also identified what group…