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Weasel Class

Water conservation.

 

This term, we have been learning about the importance of water to our daily lives, both locally and globally. To consider the impact of having less water in our lives, and the impact that droughts have on people, Weasel class have designed water conservation posters for the school. 

 

The entries were judged by both Mrs Mason and Ms Erskine. After careful deliberation, the following poster (designed by Matilda Fisher) was picked as the winner.

 

Congratulations too, to Noah Jukes (2nd) and Brooke Henworth (3rd)

Water conservation - winning entry

Water conservation - winning entry 1

Safer Internet Day 2019

 

Today is Safer Internet Day where the children have been learning how to keep themselves, and others, safe on the internet. After watching Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars, we discussed the importance of internet safety. Take a look at the children's posters to see what they thought was key.

Safer Internet Day 2019 - Class posters

Affinity Water - STEM morning

Water conservation twister & bingo

Water conservation twister & bingo 1
Water conservation twister & bingo 2
Water conservation twister & bingo 3
Water conservation twister & bingo 4

Leeds Castle November 2018

 

We have had a great day at Leeds castle today, learning all about King Henry VIII, his wives and Tudor architecture.

 

What do you remember from the day? What is your best memory from the day?  

Collaborative Great Fire and Tudor house learning - Years 5 & 2

 

Both Years Two and Five have had a lot of fun supporting each other with their learning on Tudor houses and the Great Fire of London. Today culminated with our recreating the Great Fire of 1666  that tore through the capital. This experience really have both year groups an interesting insight into how quickly the blaze took a grip and the devastation it caused. 

Photos and video to follow...

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