The children enjoyed a workshop with a professional artist planning and creating 'Secret Garden' sculptures. 24.6.19
As part of our study of plants, Class 3 learnt about where Saffron comes from. They then used a variety of cooking techniques including grating, chopping, mixing and weighing to cook a vegetable paella with saffron.
Year 4 had a great day at the BT plant learning how to create algorithms and code computers. 17.5.19
To finish of our unit about instructional writing, the children followed a set of written instructions to make a paper flower.
The children learnt about food labels and did a taste test of branded and unbranded products to see if they could tell them apart using their senses.
Class 3 enjoyed a circus skills workshop to celebrate St Joseph's Day!
Class 3 went to Don Thomas Residential Home to celebrate World Book Day! We dressed up as our favorite characters and shared sections of our reading books together. 11.03.19
Class 3 enjoyed a singing workshop with Harwich Sing! 8.2.18
Measuring and cutting wax paper to make their boats waterproof in Maths. 1.2.19
An artist led workshop at the First Site Gallery. 30.1.19
Learning about different foods in Wagamamas. 30.1.19
Is it a solid or a liquid?!! Class 3 experimenting with Oobleck in Science! 22.1.19
Children used the Ipads to research the feast of St Joseph. 18.1.19
Class 3 went down to the beach to build our own mountain side and explore the water cycle. 9.1.19
In PSHE we created drama scenes to show different emotions. 11.1.19
The children used paint to explore how germs are spread. 3.1.19
Using cross stitch to sew their initial on to the Saxon coin purse in Saxon runes. 4.12.18
Class 3 performed some Christmas carols at Don Thompson Residential home. Huge thank you to Morrisons for coming along and providing lots of goodies!! 3.12.18
Class 3 explored the location of different counties in the UK during PE. They had to remember the name and location of each county for a quick swap!!
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