Habitats fit for a King or Queen!

Year 4 are looking at homes and habitats this term. They were set a challenge to build a sturdy habitat with an entrance / doorway which can home at least one person. All the children worked extremely well in their teams and demonstrated excellent team work. In this task, a lot of problem solving and ...

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Caribbean experience!

In year 4 this week, we had a Caribbean experience as part of our entry point for IPC. We tasted tropical fruits such as mangoes, pineapples and water melons. The fruits were very sweet and tasty. We also made our own glittery face masks for carnival. Moreover, we had a limbo dance competition – this ...

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Maple Class – IPC – Habitat Project

During the holidays, we were tasked with creating a habitat. This half term our topic is ‘Do You Live Around Here?’ In this unit, we will be looking at the history of our local area and how it has changed.   We will also be looking at where animals live i.e. habitats. For our project, ...

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Sycamore – IPC- Entry Point – Caribbean Experience

In year Four,We started off our new topic ‘Do You Live Around Here ?’ with a Caribbean experience. We did many interesting activities .  One of the activities was tasting tropical fruits such as watermelon, mango and pineapple. The other activity, we had the opportunity to decorate carnival mask using paints and glitter.  Finally our ...

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Maple Class – Class Trip To The London Science Museum

Our IPC topic for this half term has been ‘Bright Sparks’ and Materials World’. We have learned about different materials and their properties, electricity, how to make an electrical circuit and Thomas Edison. So we thought what better time to visit the London Science Museum than today, as we wanted the opportunity to apply our ...

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Year 4 visit the Science Museum.

On Wednesday 23rd May, the Year 4 children visited the Science Museum in South Kensington. The children explored the ‘Science Trail’, where they saw a piece of the moon, met an astronaut expert and even found Thomas Edison’s original electric light bulb, which linked to their current learning in their ‘Bright Sparks’ topic. In the ...

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Royal Wedding Fun!

Today has been a memorable day for all of Parsloes as we have been celebrating the upcoming royal wedding. In Beech class, we made flags, decorated plates and created crowns to mark the special occasion. We especially loved the picnic and seeing our parents. The sun was shining and we were all in a jovial ...

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Sycamore Class- English – Poetry

In English today, we had the opportunity to perform poems!We first listened to different poems and discussed the performances. We discussed  how the use of  voices, gestures and actions can make a performance enjoyable. We had lots of fun watching each other perform and loved giving feedback to each other. we are looking forward to writing and ...

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Poetry role-play fun!

Today, in our English lesson, we read some very funny poems and performed these by changing our voices, adding gestures and actions. We had a lot of fun as we performed and gave feedback to each group. Our favourite class poem is ‘Chocolate Cake’ by Michael Rosen. He is the funniest poet of all time! ...

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Maple Class – English – Performing Poems

Today in English, we had the opportunity to perform poems! We are moving onto a new genre of writing, and it is one we are very excited to try; POETRY! We first listened to different poems and spoke about rhyming, rhythm, similes and other features of poems. We also discussed the performance in poetry. We ...

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