What a lovely idea to camp in the garden to make up for us missing our trip to White Hall.
Even the cat took a visit to Notre Dame.
I hope that you enjoy watching this as much as I did. I think that the expression is fantastic!
I have really enjoyed reading some fantastic poems today. You have all done a great job! Well done.
Another brilliant theme park map. I really like all of the detail and some of the rides sound absolutely terrifying. Which ride would you like to go on?
This looks like a very exciting theme park to go to. Have a look at the key and see which ride you would most like to go on!
Look at this brilliant world cake made to the theme of saving the environment.
I hope that you enjoy reading this brilliant story as much as I did!
Look at this brilliant and thoughtful letter of thanks, recognising the hard work of our NHS. Well done!
There is No Planet B - Powerpoint
Take a look at this Powerpoint and get involved.
Look at this brilliant work. Can you crack the code?
Look at/ listen to this brilliant work about plastic pollution! I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did. I thought it was a brilliant debate with lots of powerful arguments! Well done.
Look at this fantastic detailed diagram for this week's project work.
Look at these brilliant hand-painted VE Day decorations! I think they look fabulous .
Look at this brilliant project work. It is great to see the progress of the vegetables over time. I am glad that the parsnips eventually started to grow too. Well done!
Love the Fairy Garden
VE Day Decorations.
Decorations are up and ready for tomorrow's celebrations.
Take a look at this project work on farming. It's been very well presented.
Story Maps for Fowler's Yard
Look at these amazing Story Maps for Fowler's Yard. Can you follow them to re-tell the story?
Look at this brilliant poster for this week's project work on farming. I love the presentation and think that the key is great! Well done .
Lots of brilliant work to see here- A design and a brilliant 3D model of Alchemy Island, a fantastic birthday poem for Grandad and growing lettuce and avocado- I can't wait to see how they turn out. Well done!
Today, one child in Year 5 was lucky enough to be able to look at these photos of her great grandad on HMS King George V during World War 2 when visited by Winston Churchill .
What a lovely idea to go on a walk in the woods and find some leaves! Then, at home find out what type of leaves they are by researching and using an app called Leafsnap. Great work and perfect for our project .
A great way of presenting today's English task.
Look at this fantastic PowerPoint that shows lots of information about where food comes from, how far it has to travel and more! Lots of research has obviously gone into this. Well done
Look at this brilliant project work. So many interesting facts. Well done!
"This week I have been doing some gardening with my dad. We planted some grass seeds and mowed the lawn. I have done Joe Wicks every day and some workouts with my dad too. I have also been doing my school work every day."
Work inspired by Monday's Comprehension.
It's lovely to see how you are being inspired to do other work based on work set. What a great promise to make too
Look at this amazing bread! I love the turtle. It is now being enjoyed warm with jam .
Look at these brilliant pictures for our project, Allotment!
Some children made these potato heads today. Hopefully their 'hair' will grow soon!
It looks like you have been busy over the weekend doing some gardening for our Allotment project. There are red peppers, cherry tomatoes, lettuce and carrots. Keep us updated with their progress. Very exciting!
It looks like you are working really hard on work for our project, Allotment. There are some brilliant observational drawings of fruit, including a full picture and a cross section. I am very impressed with the detail!
A fantastic presentation showing your planting project, including pictures and detailed steps. You can all see this below.
Well done for all of the hard work.
Brilliant work for our project, Allotment!
You have made a delicious-looking rhubarb cake as well doing some research to find some facts about rhubarb. Cake and project work- a great combination! Look at the picture and facts below.
She was also lucky enough to be able to interview her grandad and find out all about his allotment. You can read her interview below.
Well done for all of your hard work.
Homemade pitta bread pizzas for lunch. They look delicious!
Take a look at these amazing Runner Beans grown as part our Allotment Project. It looks like they will soon be ready to eat.
It looks like you have been busy doing lots of project work! Have a look at her fantastic PowerPoint, full of lots of great ideas- it includes research about plants and how they grow, photos and instructions to show the plants and herbs that she has been planting and some art work.
It looks like you have been busy doing some brilliant project work today.
She has looked at the fruit and vegetables that she has in her house and researched how they are grown. THEN she put this data onto a bar chart and even make a fruit salad that looks delicious! Well done, I am very impressed!
Birthday Cake for The Queen
Baking inspired by Monday's Comprehension. I'm sure The Queen would love a piece.
Here is Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. Well done. It's great to see you learning new skills. .
A Busy Easter.
It looks like you have been busy measuring the ingredients and following the recipe to make cinnamon buns. They look amazing!
Some brilliant observational drawings for our Allotment project work .
Here are some great Easter cards made for the family. I really like all of the different designs .
Take a look at this brilliant island using a variety of recycled materials at home.
Devil's Autumn - with a volcano, Dragon river, Devil's castle
Winter Fairies - with Foggy mountains, Ice-age lake, Breeze castle
Summer Unicorns - with a Rainbow beach, Fury field, rainbow, Unicorn castle
Mermaid Springs - with a mermaid statue, Mermaid Castle and Seagull Seaside.
A great start for our project, Allotment.
She has planted purple carrots, striped tomatoes and yellow courgettes! I can't wait to see how they turn out.
Take a look at this brilliant island. I love all of the 3D parts that he has added.
A great start to our project, Allotment.
She has been some planting some seeds and is going to keep us updated with their progress!
Here is book review about a book that has been enjoyed at home. We love hearing about the reading that you have been doing at home. Thank you.
Book Name: Star Switch
Author: Alesha Dixon
Rating : ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 stars
About: Naomi Starr is the biggest pop star in the world, even though she’s only 13 years old. Ruby is a normal 13 year old, and Naomi’s biggest fan. They both take a copy of a strange book called “How To Shine” and they switch bodies!!
I enjoyed the book so much!!
A great way to spend Easter with lots of camping fun in the garden. I am VERY impressed with the bunting!
Look at this brilliant stop motion animation! Well done!
An excellent start to our new project, Allotment. He has been planting herbs and customising his plant pots. I think they look great! He has also completed a plant study- see the brilliant work in his book below.
Here is the parachute and egg experiment. Her parachute is great- the egg survived! Well done!
You have worked incredibly hard to write this fantastic story. I hope you all enjoy reading it as much as I did!