French Master Chef
Yesterday’s French lesson turned into MasterChef as KS2 pupils worked independently to produce their own baguettes from scratch. Some were a little messier whilst working than others, but I think you’ll agree the end results looked great! They had a little taste at lunch to ensure their bake was of the highest standard, but the rest were taken home to be enjoyed by their families – bon appétit!
Thank you to everyone who came and supported our summer fayre and to the PTFA who organised this event. It was a wonerful evening. So far, we have raised an amazing £474.13, which will go towards a new sandpit.
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From feeding sharks to hermit crabs, learning about continental shelf life to the devastation marine plastic causes, from playing in an interactive sandpit to stepping onto a real sandy beach. KS2 have done it all and more!
Quail Eggs Arrive
Thanks to parental involvement, Class 3 are lucky to be babysitting 7 quail eggs. The incubation period is 17 days, so the countdown begins.
Golden Book Achievers
Congratulations to the children whose learning was celebrated in this morning’s assembly.
Today, in class 2, the children started their art project on nature sculptures. This lesson involved looking at the detail in photos to create our own clay sculptures.
Star of the Week
Our star of the week was award for the time and effort put into the Key Stage 2 glass recycling homework. Recycled glass was used to create a house number plaque.
Painting in the Park
The sun shone as Key Stage 2 walked to Wyndham Park, yesterday afternoon, for their final painting session of the term. After studying a range of techniques used by famous artists, they used watercolour to create master pieces of their own. All of their paintings are displayed in the computer suite – do come and have a look!
Signs of Spring
Children in Class 1 and 2 enjoyed walking to the park, looking for evidence that spring has finally arrived. They also had good fun playing in the play park together.
Parents and pupils were entertained with poetry and song as children recounted their learning in Science and French. They also performed a play highlighting the importance of caring for God’s creatures, linking this to their work on environmental issues this term.