Nursery | Nursery Harlem Shake for Red Nose Day
In Reception, our big question this half term is ‘What might you see at the farm?' We have been reading the story ‘The Little Red Hen'. In the story, the little red hen bakes bread, so last week, we were very busy making bread! Here are some pictures of us making and eating our bread.
Do you know the difference between the world wide web and the internet? Year 6 do as they made these Powtoon presentations last half term. Have a look and learn the difference for yourself.
Year 3 were invited to MMU this week to experience the facility and take part in some plant workshops.
We got to see real life Venus Fly Traps, we made flowers, we dissected flowers and even saw water flow up celery.
It was clear to see that all children had a great time and MMU loved having us there.
Can you tell us your favourite part?
Do you have any questions for Year 3?
"Standing on the stirring ice," Shackleton wrote, "one can imagine it is disturbed by the breathing and tossing of a mighty giant below."
The children in Year 1 have been learning about Ernest Shackleton's trip to Antarctica. We took an extract from his book and drew our own Ice Giants.
Here are a few, well done to these children!