Year 2 had a fabulous day exploring The Deep today! We learned lots of new facts and enjoyed watching the sharks feeding. Just look at some of our super photos.
Children from different year groups have been working hard to create a fabulous hoarding panel that will be used whilst building work takes place during construction of the new foot-bridge over Clive Sullivan Way. Look at the link below to see how they did it…
After our trip to Tropical World, Year 3 designed and created their own version of Tropical World. They thought carefully about what materials they should use to create each animal. The end products looked fabulous!
Three lucky children in year 2 won a competition where they had to design their own anti-social behavior poster to be displayed in Pickering Park. Ella, Harley and Summer all designed fantastic posters which have now been made into real metal signs and displayed in our local park! Well done boys and girls!
On Friday, the children were taken to Pickering Park to view their signs with PC Robertson and a press crew. They were interviewed and photographed for the police website and twitter! ( @humberbeat )
On top of all of that they also recieved a £10 Smyths toys voucher! Well done, the signs look fantastic!
Year 3/4 had a great time on their trips to Tropical World. They got to see some rainforest animals in real life and got to experience the climate of the rainforest. It was very hot and humid!
Year 3 and 4 have been learning about French Artist Henri Rousseau.
They have looked at his famous art pieces and used these as inspiration for their own art.
We think they look fabulous!
Children in year 2 have been trying super hard with their creative writing this week. We have retold the story of the Rainbow Fish, wrote a diary entry and a letter too. Just look at some of our gorgeous handwriting!
To launch our new topic, ‘Why do we need Rainforests?’, we had a wow day exploring the sounds of the rainforest. We came to school dressed as explorers and rainforest animals.
After exploring our in our new immersive pod, we performed rainforest poetry.
We then created our own instruments and created a music sequence to accompany our poems.
It was a brilliant day!
Welcome back to the summer term in the KS1 hub!
Our hub has been transformed into an ocean with an octopus, real shells and plenty of seaweed!
The children have loved exploring and creating our ‘Live Plastic Free’ poster using recycled bottle tops.