Today saw Clownfish class from Year 2 perform their class assembly, based on their learning this term. Children from the class spoke about their work on “How Does Your Garden Grow?”
The children spoke about drawing still life images of flowers and plants, growing runner beans in their greenhouses and their writing on Jack and the Beanstalk!
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“Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.”
Did you know that it has just been Shakespeare week? Shakespeare is one of the most famous writers and in Year 6 we have been studying his play ‘Macbeth’. We were intrigued by Lady Macbeth’s powers of persuasion over her husband and so we wrote a persuasive speech from her point of view, encouraging Macbeth to kill the king.
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This morning, children from Jellyfish class in Year 2
performed their class assembly to the school and parents. Children presented about their work on “Hotwheels” and vehicles in history!
Pupils explained how seeing the vehicles at Beaulieu Motor Museum had helped
them to investigate how vehicles had developed over the years – from the penny farthing to the famous Chitty Chitty Bang Bang car!
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Today, children across Year 4 and 5 took part in an OpenBox
Theatre Workshop, based on the Egyptians. Workshop team (Ken and Alma) explored life in Ancient Egypt with the children… recapping the learning from our History work before providing children with a chance to take part in daily life back in Egyptian times.
Children were given the opportunity to dress up in Ancient Egyptian outfits while learning about the Egyptians. Covering topics such as oatmeal-deodorant, dung beetles, Ra and even animal-fat-perfume, children were enthralled by the many topics covered by the OpenBox team!
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