Year 3 have been looking at how shadows are created. We discussed the meaning of opaque, translucent and transparent and carried out an investigation to see which materials created a shadow.
EYFS have had an exciting week, planning and looking forward to celebrating Pudsey & Blush' Birthday today! They danced, played party games, had balloons and even made them a gluten/dairy free cake! Yummy!!
Year 3 have worked hard this week in groups composing their own piece of music to link with our listening to "night up a bare mountain" by Mussorgsky. They then performed their composition to the rest of the class with great confidence.
"Year 6 had an enlightening afternoon! We expanded our financial knowledge and enhanced our digital banking skills thanks to HSBC. Exploring various spending methods like debit and credit, we delved into understanding interest—how it can benefit us and also its...
A lovely write up from Miss Carlill... In topic, we have had a toy workshop session delivered by Hedon Museum. Children were able to explore toys from the past, gaining a deeper understanding of how play has evolved over time. We would like to say a huge thank you to...
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Year 3 were introduced to benchball today. It got very loud and competitive! Well done to Mrs Townsend's class taking the victory.
Green Pod had a visit from Imam Abid Salik on Monday and he spoke to the children about his faith, "Islam" and the different celebrations and special days they have in that faith. As always, it was an enjoyable talk and the children listened really well and asked...
Y3 have created their own cave paintings. They started by creating a backwash and then once it had dried they added hand prints and finally they sketched animals from the Stone Age on to their paintings . Y3 staff think they look magnificent.
Y5 have really enjoyed designing, making and evaluating their Lada Taxi inspired cars. They worked really well with their partners to creating a moving vehicle, with interesting and bright designs.
In topic, children have been introduced to their new topic exploring old and new toys. They created a diamond ranking model which involved them sorting the pictures in order of which they liked the most and which they didn't like. They also guessed which toys are the...
Year One have been introduced to the concept of subtraction. They have enjoyed exploring a range of different methods including crossing out, the part-part whole model and counting back. Children have really impressed us with their hard work.
Year 3 enjoyed celebrating Anti Bullying Week by wearing their odd socks to show that difference. They have also created their own sock today that showcases how "YOUnique" they are.
On Friday 10th November, Year 6 visited the Hedon Cenotaph in anticipation of Remembrance Day. During this solemn occasion, the students beautifully recited the poignant poem "In Flanders Fields" by John McCrae, paying homage to those who sacrificed their lives....
We've had great fun tonight practicing our rallies, smash shots and drop shots. We are really getting the hang of serving now.
So much excitement in the Year 3 classrooms today. Each Year 3 class has been "locked" in a cave and the only way to escape was to solve the clues around the classroom, all based on our learning about "Rocks, soils and fossils" in order to get out!
On Monday, Y1 were hooked into their story by creating slime. They also really enjoyed coming up with some actions to retell part of the ‘Room on the Broom’ story.
5b really enjoyed composing their very own Egyptian celebration song in music. They worked together as a team and even wrote down their own notation using notes and some hieroglyphs. They sounded fantastic!
Y1 have enjoyed exploring the buoyancy of various materials to determine which ones float and which ones sink. During the experiments, they engaged in discussion about the unique properties of these materials.
Year 3 have had a great time this afternoon making butter just like in the Stone Age times.
Year 3 have started their new model text, "The Stone Age Boy" and we created some freeze frames about the most exciting parts of the story,
Please see our map creating lesson as children create their maps which they will exchange and use in our upcoming outdoor PE lesson.
Y1 have enjoyed exploring the ceremony of baptism. They learnt about the different steps that are undertaken and acted the ceremony out as a group.
The children loved learning about bees and seeing inside a hive full of honey. They were so excited in the outdoor classroom and asked lots of questions about different kinds of seeds grown on the farm. They especially enjoyed walking amongst the pumpkins and picking...
Year 3 had the pleasure of welcoming local author, Norman Newlove, to the year 3 classroom yesterday. Following our trip to the church to look for Daniel last week, Norman read the story of Daniel to the children and then they could ask questions. The vicar, Susan...