Having designed our eggs last week, then painted them on Monday, today was the day most of us smashed them to pieces in our Easter Egg Rolling Championships!
We were so proud of the children, as they engaged with residents at our local care home, Mayfair Lodge. They discovered so much more about life during World War 2, through asking them questions:
This morning, we all selected a picture book that we recalled enjoying when we were in Year 1. Thin, this afternoon, we shared these stories with the Year 1 children in our whole-school Buddy Read.
Looks like a fascinating science lesson!
Here are some of the photographs that we took, when we were out hunting for food supplies, in Forest School:
I am so impressed by the Roman-style busts that Year 4 have made. They based them on their ‘fierce’ faces- can you spot the likeness?
Year 4 have been hard at work creating Roman-style busts of themselves, showing their fiercest faces. What a scary bunch they are!
I was so impressed by the erupting volcanos that everyone made:
Our homework last week was to find time to read aloud with expression to someone and today we took this a step further. Twelve children volunteered to read aloud a poem that they had found during their daily reading this week and what a treat it was for everyone! Congratulations to all of you for [&
Year 4 spent the morning with an archaeologist from Herts Museum, learning about The Romans by studying Roman artefacts. t looking at Roman artefacts: