Year 2 pupils are producing some very interesting and informative writing.
Early Years pupils have landed in New York, where they have met a very familiar tourist attraction.
Reception pupils will be sleeping soundly, after making these masterpieces.
Year 3 pupils have lots of interesting facts about the River Nile at their fingertips.
Early Years and Foundation Stage pupils are on their world tour. Mexico is where they’ve landed today, with poncho designing at the top of their list.
The Australian Tennis Open has just begun, so we thought that we would involve some of our youngest pupils.
Year 5 pupils are using their reasoning skills to deduce and calculate a series of perimeters.
Year 2 pupils have been set a challenge, which requires them to construct a beanstalk taller than 1 metre, but shorter than 2 metres. The leaves are also being made to specification.
Year 5 pupils are exploring movement. Their warm up has involved jelly-like travelling and rigidity. Classical music has been added to the mix, in order to add atmosphere.
Reception pupils are about to discover what can be achieved in one minute.