Spring 1 Castles
Towers, Turrets and Tunnels
A great week for our super learners
Well done for being the best that you can be
We all have the right to our own Religion. This has term we have been learning about the religion Judaism. We had two visitors from the Jewish synagogue who came to tell us about the life of Jewish people
In DT this week we made our own catapults!
Freeze framing scenes from our new story- Kassim and the Greedy Dragon
Our new warning story... Kassim and the Greedy Dragon
Another great week for our super learners
The bread is looking very mouldy right now. I wonder if it will change any more? What could happen?
Well done to this weeks VIP and super learners. Who will it be next week?
A dragon egg has hatched, escaped and burnt our shared writing washing line!
We have been adding pounds and pence this week!
Using the part whole model with money in maths :
Working scientifically this week:
Look what we found this week!
Some children think they are dragon eggs! What do you think?
How could we look after them?
Our first time using the new laptops was great fun!
Science: How do germs spread?
In science this week, we started an experiment that we are going to observe over a few weeks.
We placed one slice of bread in a bag that no one has touched. We placed another slice of bread that the whole class touched.
The children think the bread might go mouldy....Let's wait and see.
See the castle ahead? Get ready to invade its mighty walls! Shoot a projectile with an archer's aim! Head across the drawbridge, over the moat, and up to the top of the tower...
Why are castles an important part of British History?
What can we learn from them?
How were they built?
Who lives in them?
Is it only royalty that can live in a castle?
Which countries can they be found in? How many are in England?