We have been learning about the River Tyne in Geography. We have learnt about the settlements along the river, we have drawn maps and finally this week we have created double page spreads about the uses of the River Tyne.
We have been using our knowledge of shades and tints to try and create a 3D effect when painting. First we had to draw the outline of the cup on to squared paper. We then used blue to paint it. We had to make sure each square was a different shade of blue to create a...
Today we have been using lots of equipment to represent numbers. We had lots of fun making and representing different numbers.
Activity 1 - We explored the forest schoo site for evidence of different animals. We found lots of mini-beasts and talked about how some of them like dark, damp places. We knew there had been some animals on the site which were no longer there when we found features,...
Our new topic this term is about Captain Robert Falcon Scott's race to the South Pole. Watch the video and write down any interesting facts you learn as part of your homework this week. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/ks2-robert-falcon-scott/zdhdgwx
In ICT we have been learning how to create shapes using different codes. We found out that we could 'shorten' the instructions by using the word 'REPEAT' and the end product would still be the same.
Year 4 have been exploring shades and tints. We started with the 'true' colour and then added black to make shades and white to make tints. We could see the different colours this created by gradually mixing black and white to colours. We will be using this knowledge...
Take a look at the 2023 cast from year 2 for their Christmas play, A Twinkly Nativity
The children have worked so hard on their Nativity performance. It was time to let down their hair and have a fun time at the Christmas party. There was lots of dancing, games and food. A great time was had by all.
Our Year 1 Nativity cast 2023! All the children worked extremely hard and pulled off two amazing performances, well done Year 1!