Despite the suspicious weather threatening in the morning, Sports Day went ahead as planned. Running races, fun relays and the shuttle relay entertained the crowds who turned out in force. As well as showcasing some athletes of the future, there were some amazing displays of perseverance and sportsperson-ship. Well done to the children who behaved […]
This term we have enjoyed learning the ukulele and look forward to developing our skills next term.
The class enjoyed creating a carrier bag out of newspaper. They collaborated well to ensure the best design, production and output.
Kilmar Class enjoyed writing figurative language outside ready to write our poems.
We enjoyed using pastels to draw up our observations from the river trip.
Today Year 3 walked to a little stream and we used our artistic skills to sketch it as part of our Source to Sea topic. The sun was shining and we had a lovely time exploring, studying and drawing the different plants that grow around our local river.
Today we enjoyed working as a team to build the tallest tower as part of our SMSC unit of work. We made this out of spaghetti and marshmallows and enjoyed learning how best to be part of a team to get the best results. It was a lot of fun!
Today Bearah were challenged to make the tallest tower they could using only marshmallows and spaghetti. The hardest part was that the structure had to stand on it’s own for more than 10 seconds. Both Mrs Pasmore and Mrs Westlake also got involved and became very competitive !
This term we are delighted to be having Ukulele lessons!