We enjoyed telling our migration stories to each other.
We are learning about rocks in our science lessons. Today, we had to identify different rocks including granite, slate, chalk
In art today we imagined going back in time to Prehistoric times! Cave art was created in very difficult conditions
We now have created a sequence with our eagle and our fish! Can you guess who is who? Here is
Today we put our mapping skills to the test. We identified all of the countries and capital cities in the
We are dictating sentences to our work partners using this week’s spelling words. We are also checking our partners have
We had a blast being hunters and gatherers from the Stone Age today! We made our own weapons and hunted
Here we are concentrating on our Ice Age animal sketching in art.
We have been learning about prehistoric Britain this half term. Today we were archaeologists and dug for artefacts! We then
Lest we forget.
Today we used our sketchbooks to experiment with continuous line drawing. It was pretty tricky but we persevered! Look at
Last week, we explored how to move like an eagle. This week, we explored how to move like a fish!
We enjoy partner talk because it helps us to share and receive ideas. Here we are discussing our predictions for
We learnt practised a song involving 2 notes that we have recently learnt in recorder. We can now play a
Today we started dance lessons in PE. Our dance topic is called “The Eagle and the Fish.” We started our
We had a cracking start to Autumn 2 today. We tucked in to our new literacy book (an absolute classic),
We have had the greatest yet most challenging half term in our school careers so far this half term. From
Today, we discussed what it means to be a good friend. We talked about different scenarios including what to do
We practised speed and coordination today by trying to collect as many cones as possible without bumping into each other!
We have been learning about the life of an incredible person – Dr Mae C. Jemison. She was the first