Year 4 have started their Spring Technology topic – “Functional and Fancy Fabrics”. We are going to do some printing inspired by William Morris so we have been finding out all about what he is famous for. We started our work by hemming a piece of fabric. Next, we will start to think about the design we would like to
A new competition in the Sainsbury`s School Games calendar is Hado. Hado is an Augmented Reality (AR) technology where children compete in teams of 3. All the children had a fantastic time at this event. Learning a new skill and then getting better with each game played. It was brilliant seeing the children show their fantastic values, they represented the
A new favourite for us is Speed Stacking. After the success of last year, Year 4 were excited to pick up where they left off. All children in their PE lesson had another go at the 3-6-3 stack. Some very fast hands made sure they were out to beat their scores. The scores were collected and sent off to Mr
Today, Year 4 had a special guest in from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, and we learnt all about pollution that occurs in rivers and drains. Year 3 joined us for our assembly, and we had a workshop to follow! We found the drains around our school and decorated around them to raise awareness for looking after our environment through what we
Year 4 put their ‘mountainous’ knowledge to the test in an active geography lesson. After talking about what we thought we knew already, we ventured around the classroom to build on our knowledge.
Round 3 of this year’s girls’ football tournament and they were on fire in freezing conditions! Lots of excitement going into this round. In the first game it was the rematch against Courthouse Green, this time we managed to win 3-0! A great start to the competition. The next game was against Stoke, another brilliant team performance saw us again