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RE through art.

In Redwood class we have been learning about Buddhism and why the Lotus flower is important and what it symbolises. We have designed and painted our own versions of the Lotus flower and written about why we chose that particular colour.

Year 6 Refreshment stall.

The year 6 children have been selling refreshments during parents evening to raise money for an end of SATs day out. They have worked out their own pricing in order to make some profit and are really looking forward to a great day out in June.

The Great Fire of London

The children in KS1 are learning about the Great Fire of London. As part of their homework the children made houses. The children built Pudding Lane in the woods to recreate the Great fire.

Celebrating 6 Oak’s writing

The children had to write a letter to persuade their family members to come in and listen to their work after working incredibly hard over the last six weeks. The children read extracts of their work to the audience and shared their learning journey and end report. Thank you to all family members for attending […]

Swimming.

We are all getting much more confident in the water and are having lots of fun splashing around.     Some of us don’t have to use floats anymore. Hooray!!

Settings by 4 Willow

The children have been learning about how to describe settings., using their senses and emotive vocabulary.  

Easter rabbits and chicks

This week in Key Stage 1 we used our sawing skills to make wooden discs. We used felt, pipe cleaners and brightly coloured feathers to make Easter rabbits and chicks. These are currently displayed in our classrooms.

Science Day – 8 February 2018

We had our second Science Day on Thursday 8 February and our focus question was ‘Do people with the biggest hands grab the most sweets?’ All classes were given sweets for the children, paper plates and large paper to record their findings.  The children needed to think about the different stages of their exploration before jumping […]

Redwoods finished Viking Artefacts!

Here is our display of our finished works of art! The children worked really hard and have produced some great creations!

Soil investigations

Moving on from the rocks, Hawthorn have been looking at soil. They have made close observations to see what they think soil is made of and have carried a second investigation out to see which soils around the school have the best drainage (soil permeability).