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Spring Term 2019

RSPB Big Bird Watch 2019

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We had to be very quiet to watch for the different types of birds we could find on our school field.  It was a frosty morning but we saw lots of pigeons, as well as blackbirds, seagulls, chaffinches and a magpie.  We then made a graph to show our results in our maths lesson.  

The Circus Comes To Town

In Art, we’ll be finding out:

  • How to draw faces and understand expressions
  • About the work of artists who have painted pictures about the circus

In History, we’ll be finding out:

  • What circuses were like in the past
  • About some of the people who made circuses famous
  • How circuses have changed over the years

In Science, we’ll be finding out:

  • Which materials would make a waterproof tent
  • Which materials to use for circus costumes
  • About forces – pushes and pulls in circus acts

In Technology, we’ll be finding out:

  • How to put up a tent
  • How to plan and make circus tents for soft toys

In Geography, we’ll be finding out:

  • How to draw maps and plans of a circus
  • How to use maps and atlases to find out about the countries some circus animals come from

In Physical Education, we’ll be finding out:

  • How to use juggling balls
  • How to balance and make movements used in circus performances

In Society, we’ll be finding out:

  • How to stay safe in busy places
  • What it’s like to be a circus artist

In Music, we’ll be finding out:

  • About music for the circus
  • How to compose and write rhythms and tunes about circus performers

In Computing, we’ll be finding out:

  • How to draw a plan for our own circus
  • How to make tickets and a poster for our own circus

In International, we’ll be finding out:

  • What different people think about using animals in the circus
  • What the circus of the future might look like

It's Catching!

Dan came into school to work with us once again on our catching skills.  We had great fun playing games before trying to beat our challenge scores from earlier in the year.    

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Get Glowing

We had great fun playing different games in the dark at the 'Get Glowing' event.  

Swimming

Our class has started swimming each week after school.  Here are some of our best bits...

"I like swimming because it is fun to swim."

"When we swim across the water."

"We get to have partners on the bus."

"I like getting in the water and splash....splash....splashing!"

"Jumping in!"

"Going in the pool and swimming."

"The teachers are nice."

"I like going underwater."

"I like swimming on my back."

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