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Spring 2

We have been learning about Edward Tingatinga, an artist from Tanzania who painted colourful and bold pictures of African animals.

We decided to have a go at painting pictures in the style of Edward Tingatinga. Class 4 decided to paint gazelles. We took real care drawing our pictures first and then carefully painted them with bright colours.

Here are the finished results. We think they look amazing!

George and the Dragon!

We loved the story, 'George and the Dragon' but we felt so sorry for George the little mouse who had to move into a cold and draughty cave with all the furniture on the ceiling!

We decided to use our DT skills to make George some furniture. We worked really hard, it was quite tricky but lots of fun.

Our little class mouse was so pleased with the results!

Here are some of our lovely letters to Sophie from the tiger thanking her for tea and inviting her to share some yummy tiger food!

Super shapes in our gymnastics lesson!


Our lovely learners have had such a wonderful time retelling the story of The Tiger Who Came To Tea using Talk for Writing! The children created a class story map and enhanced the structure of the story with actions, character voices and their own bespoke sparkle!


Can you retell the story with actions to your family?

We loved sharing our Emperor Penguin books with the nursery children. Mrs Donaghy was very impressed with all the facts we could remember.

The children in Pegasus (yellow house) had the most house points last half term and won a boxing session with Mr Brown. It was hard work but great fun!

We made our own animal prints by imprinting patterns on polystyrene tiles and then using a roller to apply printing ink. We were very pleased with the results. What do you think?

We painted our own tigers after listening to the story, 'The Tiger who came to Tea'.

This week in English our reading and writing activities have been based on the book, 'The Tiger who came to Tea'. Here we are in our tiger masks, grrrrr!

We loved listening to class 9 read stories to us.

Here are Class 3 ready for World Book Day! Don't they look great.

Here are class 4 ready for World Book Day!

This week in Maths we have been counting forwards and backwards in tens and making amounts using tens and ones.

Making a difference with a sprinkle of kindness...

Year 1 have shown such care, thought and kindness for a young girl in need of lots of kindness in her life just now.

Thank you for having such wonderful, kind hearts and making a difference. heart

Your incredible, positive messages and drawings will be sent in the post to 52LIVES charity!

It is STEM week in school!

(science, technology, engineering and maths)

We carried out an experiment to investigate which shape bridge was the strongest, flat or curved. Ask us what we found out!

We built bridges with different construction equipment.

Here we are finishing our Trash Monsters with paint, paper and tissue.

We had such a fun afternoon making our Trash Monsters!

We designed a Trash Monster and thought about what we would need to make it.

This week we have been learning about recycling. We sorted materials by what they were made of into the correct recycling bin and we spotted the recycling symbol on some empty containers and boxes.

We found out that most of our rubbish can be recycled.

We designed a recycling bin which would make everyone want to use it!

We are so proud of our finished non-fiction books! We are looking forward to sharing them with the nursery children next week.

Welcome back after half-term!