As we are learning about herbs we made cheese and herb scones today. We learned to ‘rub’ butter into flour to make the scones. Then we added coriander – one of our favourite herb. The scones were delicious! As we … Continue reading
Today, a large group of students form Harper Adams University came to visit our school. We have enjoyed working with Harper Adams University students for some years now. The students want to design an interactive game for us, as part of their studies, linked to the ‘field to fork’ agenda. Some of us were very brave and spoke to the students about what we have planted and cooked this year.
What did you talk to the students about?
This week, we are continuing to learn about 3D shapes. We are practising using 3D shape words and apply them as we build 3 D shapes using different construction equipment. How many 3D shape words can you name?
We are continuing to learn to skip so we can take part in a sponsored skip in a few weeks time. We want to raise money for the British Heart Foundation who support people in this country who are not … Continue reading
This week, we are completing a maths challenge using the railway track. We have different challenges, linked to this toy, where we need to build a looped track. The trains must be able to get to and from the start … Continue reading
This term, the whole school are learning about herbs. Last week, class 1 predicted what they thought a herb was. This week we looked at different herbs and tasted them. We described what each herb tasted like then, using a … Continue reading
When we arrived at school we found a letter from Santa. He had written to tell us that the most popular toy this year, for class 1, was a teddy bear. We decided we would find out if he was right. First, we looked at a range of toys we had for Christmas. Then we voted for our favourite toy. We used the results to make a pictogram. This showed our findings. We learned that the most popular toy, in class 1 this year, was a computer .
What was your favourite toy from Santa this year?
Today, Will came to visit us. Will is a friend of our school. His job is to make the most delicious salami sausages we have ever tasted. Will had worked with year 6 pupils last term and they had made … Continue reading