Our 'Scientist of the day' came up with this great mnemonic to remember the order of the planets.
The children wrote and then presented news reports on the moon landings.
We made the most of the beautiful weather today to investigate shadows; this informed our understanding of the movement of the Earth on its axis.
We had a great time making Joiners in the style of David Hockney.
Well done to our Scientist of the day!
As part of our study of David Hockney, we created factfiles about him.
In Science, we have been learning about the phases of the Moon - using Oreo cookies!
We learnt about how different people need different amounts of personal space and how to respect that.
Each class has been given a "worry monster" who will physically eat our children's worries when they are written down on paper. We set a competition for the children in their class to name their worry monster and then had a vote for our favourites. Well done to Ava and Elise who named The Barn Owls monster as "Monster Munch!"
We have written and signed a class charter in line with the rights and responsibilities of the UN convention of the Right of the Child.