Thank you and well done for our Year 3 and Year 5 children who performed our Harvest Assembly. Year 5 looked at how harvest was important during World War II as the county relied on home-grown fruits and vegetables. I am so impressed with the children looking at how food was used as much as possible to reduce waste. Year 3 looked at how Stone Age turned from hunter gathers to keeping livestock and growing their own vegetables to become early farmers. They fully understood how thankful we should be for all that we have to eat. Well done and thank you to all who attended.
Thank you to all who came and got their hands manipulating clay to create your own variations if finches. The children were able to apply their knowledge of Darwin and mastered their knowledge of finches and developed their design and implementation skills using correct tools accurately and safely for the body and beak shape. The results are truly amazing!
Our Year 5 children have been developing their music skills and knowledge and from the look on their faces, fun is the key to learning.
Here are our Year 4 pupils learning how to play the ukulele. They are fully engaged and learning new skills.
Year 4 have been researching about the impact the Roman's had on our lives and in groups we had to discuss the impact and how they improved our lives today!