We had a brilliant day on Friday building dens and all for a good cause. We worked together and used our imagination to create our dens to work in – all the time thinking about children who are not as fortunate as us. We raised money for Save the Children to help them continue their excellent work providing shelters for children who need it.
On Friday Class 7 had the best day creating Dens for Save the Children. The children worked brilliantly together as a team to build dens and then wrote to a local school to explain why Den Day is so important. The children had lots of fun and thoroughly enjoyed working in their new hideouts (I loved it too!)
Mrs Hay 🙂
On Friday, Class 7 were very busy collaborating and critiquing in our maths lesson.
Each time we try peer critique the children just grow in confidence and can undertake the task better than the last. The children were specific, kind and helpful and totally…BRILLIANT! Well done Class 7!
Mrs Hay 🙂
Today, Class 4 and Class 5 went on a trip to Lincoln Castle, which links to our theme topic ‘What secrets do the castle walls tell us?’. On the trip we had our own Banquet, looked at knights armour where the children could wear it and got to fire some bow and arrows, it was awesome!!
We had a lovely time walking the castle walls where we saw some great views of Lincoln, some prison cells and a dungeon! As you can see, the children had a great day out!
Max and Cohen have already started their Homework tasks and have made some very detailed Aztec masks. Very well done to you both!
Wow what an amazing day it was! We have had so much fun at Lincoln castle and we have learnt so much from it! We had a banquet, trained to be knights and went up for a walk along the castle wall. If anyone can comment on this post and tell me how old lincoln castle is you can have 10 house points and a treat from the treat box! Thank you to all the children for taking part today and being so well behaved. Miss Hilton
The children worked collaboratively in the outdoor area creating their own tractor from the crates and tyres.
Well done to Faith on being awarded ‘Dancer of the Month’ by her dance class.
This week, the children have been getting creative and working very hard to immerse our classroom in to our new theme.
They have been extremely busy painting large multi-coloured sweets, the TV from the television room in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and also “The Great Glass Lift”.
On Monday, some of the children also came in to school dressed up as their favourite character from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory- they all looked fab!!!
What an amazing day! KS1 have been so busy working alongside artists from Scrapstore in Hull. Today each class created large scale castles out of scrap materials that would normally be thrown away by factories in the area. These castles will now be used as break out areas in our new fan dabby dozie immersive classrooms. We have learnt that great things can be created with recyclable materials, we worked as a team and had lots of FUN!
A memorable day for all children and teachers.