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Spring Term

This term in geography we have enjoyed learning all about Scandinavia. After locating the Scandinavian countries of Norway, Sweden and Denmark on a map, we found out about their human and physical features. Then, we imagined we worked for the Scandinavian tourist board and made posters and holiday brochures.

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Today Miss Tyson set us 2 STEM challenges:make an eggy zipwire and save the egg which entailed dropping an egg down a tube without it breaking. Watch the videos to see how we got on.


This week in music, after revising rhythms, we began using some different instruments to accompany our singing. 


In history we have been learning about life in Anglo-Saxon times. We found out about the archeaological finds at Sutton Hoo which tell us about Saxon life. Then, we researched village life.

Illuminated Letters

British Science Week
To celebrate Science Week, we have been learning about Mary Sherman Morgan, who invented the liquid fuel hydyne, which was used to power the rocket which boosted the first American satellite into space. 
Inspired by her work, Miss Tyson challenged us to make a balloon rocket travel at least 1m. 


Happy New Year!
We have an exciting term ahead of us. Our science topic this term is light and we will be learning about how we see, relection, refraction and shadows.
In geography we will be learning all about Scandinavia, including the human and physical features. Meanwhile in history we will be learning about Anglo-Saxons and Vikings and the impact they made on everyday life in Britain. In DT we will design and make Saxon jewellry and evaluate the Bayeaux Taperstry, which described the Norman invasion in 1066.
Our art work will be focussed on the Impressionists, in particular Monet. 

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