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Leopard Class

Designing a WW2 cake recipe and baking!

DT Soap carving - Greek stone mythical creatures

Term 2 Science Fun!  Changing materials (Year 5 catch-up) and Electricity

The Sorting Hat Lesson! Which house did it choose for Leopard Class?

Poppy artwork for display at the Whitfield War Memorial

Artwork and inspirational quotes inspired by the book, 'The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse' by Charles Mackesy.

Congratulations to the Term 1 Achievement Book Pupils:

Week 1

Skye - effort in maths

Charlie-James - Excellent start to the term with a positive attitude to learning

Ava-Beth - Volunteered to be a buddy to a new pupil

 

Week 2

Ethan - Excellent contribution in science

Eddie - Progress in maths

Jacob - Independent writing

 

Week 3

Grace - Read theory achievement

Zofia - Effort to read every night and complete quizzes

 

Week 4

Inaya - Artwork

Phoebe - Artwork

Billy - Artwork

Thomas - Artwork 

 

Week 5

Charlie -James - Handwriting improvement 

Jessica - Effort n literacy

Elise - Effort in literacy

Maddie - Excellent description in literacy

 

Week 6

Jacob - Acting

Hayden - Improved writing effort

 

Circuits - the children have worked hard to improve their achievements over the past 7 weeks.

Forest School Session 5 & 6: Tree study, evergreen and deciduous tree hunt, leaf printing and autumnal colour blending.

Forest School Session 3 - Nature art

Forest School - Session 2:  Tree identification and knot tying

Forest School Session 1 - Shelter Building

The Sorting Hat Experience

The children sat anxiously awaiting their house name to be announced by the sorting hat (Mrs Betts)!  Previously the children had completed an online quiz where they were quizzed about their choices and preferences in certain situations.  Emotions were discussed and the children then wrote a recount of their experience, to help immerse them into the world of Harry Potter!

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