Over the next two weeks, I would like you to explore FLAGS! You will have two tasks: the first will be to research flags and select a favourite, writing an information text/poster/leaflet about your chosen flag; the second will be to complete the Flags Maths Task. Have a look at the links below to get you started...
(Homework due in on Friday 18th May)
Around The World - Summer Term
23.04.2018 - We didn't have to fly very far this week, as we traveled to a country that was still in Europe. We visited Italy! Whilst there, we were able to taste the food of their culture, and conduct our own research about Italy depending on what we were the most interested in. We even learnt a few new food phrases...
Antipasto – appetiser
Primo – first course
Secondo – second course
Caffè - coffee
The the photos below of our food tasting session...
Ancient Egypt - Spring Term
We will be visiting The Collection Museum on Tuesday 16th January to fully kick-start our new Egyptians Topic for this term! This is very exciting and will be a fun packed day full of new knowledge to be gained!
CLICK on the link below to play on some fun, historical games on The Collection Museum's website.
'Fox Class - Anglo Saxon Mini Museum'
This term, Fox Class have been working really hard to design and construct an Anglo-Saxon mini museum. Each team had a section of the village to concentrate on, whether it was the pig pen, the crop field or the fire pit for example. The children then designed their buildings and accessories to fit their section. Admirably, the children worked very hard during each D.T. lesson, spending lots of time on the detail and the authenticity of what they were making.
Class books we are reading, linked to the Anglo-Saxon Topic:
Anglo Saxon Maps:
We looked at how the invasion of the Anglo-Saxons coming from Europe looked from the perspective of a map. We identified the different European countries that the Anglo-Saxons originated from, and then mapped out their journey to the specific par of Britain in which they settled.
After this, we then compared the map of Britain then, to the map of Britain today.
The Anglo Saxons