Here are some pictures of the scarecrow we made for the Harvest celebration at church.
Class Joseph made the arms, legs and head using papier mache. Then we dressed him in battle scarred armour, gave him a shield and made a spear to complete his outfit. We are very proud of our efforts.
Here he is guarding the chancel at church! Can you spot the part/s your child made?
We have started our Science lessons this term by looking at the way bridges are built. We have considered what materials are used and how they are designed.
As you can see we are sharing our learning with Class Jacob and we really enjoyed the experience of working together.
The strongest bridge held 3.5 kg and used girders, triangular supports and rolled up paper as a strengthening device.
Some groups even had a budget and so were only allowed a certain amount of ‘money’ to spend on materials.
An early morning Numeracy lesson – Using post-its for sequencing.
This is Class Joseph celebrating making a display of Roman facts. Did you know that Romans ate dormice stuffed with pine nuts and that they sometimes drank wine for breakfast? If you look closely you can probably read some more ….