3 Laurel Category

Christmas party 2019

Our Christmas party today began with a bang…….. the Police arrived to see what all the noise was about, then joined in with the fun.

Experimenting with pitch of sound

Using homemade instruments, the children investigated how to change the pitch of sound coming from their instrument. They thought of different ways of playing them by using a gentle or hard force. They then clapped out a rhythm and in groups, performed a short piece of music to Mr Channa, our Science leader.

Greek food.

This afternoon in 4 Willow and 3 Laurel, we have been tasting some Greek food. We have tried pitta bread dipped in olive oil, black and green olives houmous, feta cheese and Greek made Turkish Delight.This links to our Greek Topic. Most plates were empty by the end of the tasting!,

Laurel’s assembly for parents

Parents of children in Laurel were invited to an assembly on Tuesday 22 October where the children spoke in french and showed some of their work. Thank you to all parents who attended, we hope you enjoyed it!

Invertebrate hunt

If you had gone into the woods today you would have had a big surprise. You would have found Laurel searching for mini beasts.  As part of our science topic ’Living Things and Their Habitats’, we went to our woods to find mini beasts. The children had great fun searching under logs, leaves and soil […]

Ukulele concert to parents

On Wednesday afternoon the parents of Laurel class were invited to listen to a ukulele presentation. Although the children have only had six lessons their performance was very professional. The children played to a limited audience but put their heart and soul into their singing and playing. They started by using their voices in harmony. […]

Take One Tune

Hall of the Mountain King by Peer Gynt or Morning by Edvard Grieg were used by the school to come up with their own interpretations of the music. On Friday 28th June we had a whole school assembly to share class performances. The variety of interpretations were wide, interesting and very entertaining. Many thanks to […]

A Taste of India

Our assembly on Friday was a brilliant insight to the Country of India. The presentation gave us views of their culture, buildings and family celebrations. Some lucky classes received some tasty treats to try and all the children received a sweet. Many thanks to the Odedaras.

Ancient Mayan masks

The Mayan masks were used for many different reasons. Most of the masks had symbols that represented a god. Masks were used for weddings and other festivals. They started using masks as face protection during battles and then for important events.  These are some of the masks that we have made.