Monday, 26 February 2018

Visiting Illustrator Launches Book Week

The lovely Annaliese Stoney  gave a fantastic assembly to years 1, 2 and 3 today. We can't wait for her to come do our  workshop tomorrow.

Sentence making

Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Looking at Leaves

Leaves come in lots of different shapes and sizes. We had go at making careful observational drawings of leaves that we pressed earlier in the year.

Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Stem Challenge

As part of our topic of plants, we looked at the function of the stem. We used our team building skills to make the best rigid structure but that could still suck up water. Our teams each had 40 straws and 20 minutes on the clock. We tried and failed but tried again. What great resilience!

Non-chronological report writing

We've used Science clips and the DK Find Out website to find information about the functions of different plant parts. Then we used these to write paragraphs about each part.

Celery- love it or hate it?

Walking water- how to make a rainbow!

Investigations into capillary action

Today we found out how stems transport water around plants. Can you explain to an adult how capillary action works? Here are some photos to help you explain:

How did we make a blue and pink carnation?

Monday, 19 February 2018


We are combining our Literacy and Science this week to start our new topic, "What plants need to grow well". We spent the morning finding out about the functions of roots and used BBC Science clips, the iPads and our observations to write a paragraph about what we found out.

Sunday, 18 February 2018

Oh dear, what have we done to Mr Lavis?!

We think our hair tonic might have worked a bit too well!

Hopefully Mr Lavis is back to normal after the half term holiday!

Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Saturday, 3 February 2018

Lovely Landscapes

We are putting all our sketching and painting skills together to make a farmyard landscape. Like all masterpieces, it is going to take a while!