Letters: Re-Opening Letter 1


Gardening Club

With all the lovely sunshine we’ve been experiencing our vegetable garden has grown out of control! Luckily we had some top helpers to get it back under control!    


A Walk on the Wildside

Today we worked on our topic together and designed animals out of play dough. Can you tell what they are?


Marshmallow & Spaghetti Challenge!

This afternoon, the children were given the challenge to create the tallest tower out of spaghetti and marshmallows. They all showed fantastic group work and resilience. Here is some of their creations. Do you think you could complete the challenge? What else could you use instead or marshmallows & spaghetti?


Japanese Flying Carp

The wind was strong this morning so the children decided to brighten up our outdoor areas with some Japanese flying carp!


Where flowers bloom, so does hope!

A busy first half to the week creating all different types of flower crafts! Keep us up to date with your creations from at home too!


KS1: Great Fire of London Art

Since January, KS1 have been learning about the Great Fire of London. Alongside this, we’ve been learning how to make secondary colours from primary colours and how to change the tone of a colour. We mixed our topic with our art to create some vibrant silhouette pictures of the burning London sky line. We think they turned out great!


Flower Power

Last weeks window theme was rainbows, this week we’ve been given the task of displaying flowers to bring some joy to the community. Join us in creating a flower to display and send us your pictures to post!


Wombat Class: Cave String Printing

Wombats did a great job at using string to print their cave painting designs. They found it tricky to glue the string down and make sure the paint only went on the string but they kept persevering and were happy with the results. They look fantastic!


Wombat Class: Stone Henge and Artefacts

Wombats had a fantastic afternoon at the beginning of our topic looking at artefacts from the Corinium museum in Cirencester. They tried to sort them into primary and secondary sources and work out what the objects might have been used for. We even tried on some clothing that was similar to what they wore in the Stone Age-Iron Age. To finish off our learning

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