Children in Thistle Class designed and built stable structures - inspired by toy parking garages - using cardboard and other everyday materials. They also learned how to safely use craft knives and handsaws to cut effectively.
Children in Dahlia Class have worked hard to produce some beautifully hand-sewn cushions. After designing their cushions (and evaluating their design/fabric choices) they set to work using different stitches and techniques, to ensure that the cushions were fit for purpose.
Bluebell Class learnt about finger-loop braiding in DT this week and put great effort and concentration into this activity. Below are a few of our finished braids! We will explore some more ways of braiding next week!
As part of healthy week children in cygnet class designed and prepared different salads.
“It was nice and it was sweet. I used a knife to cut the apple and pear.” Harry
“I like apples and bananas. I made a pattern.” Emily
“It was really yummy. I needed to chop the cucumber, it was very easy.” Eliza
Cygnet Class have made bird feeders. We had to select the design we wanted to use and then follow the instructions. When they were finished we hung them around the school grounds.
From Bean to Bar - finishing our sequence of learning with a 30%, 50%, 70%, 80% and 90% cocoa chocolate tasting session.
Children in Year 4 learning how to make a traditional Greek Salad and in Year 5 & 6, Spanakopita (Spinach, Filo & Feta pie).
Having learnt about the invention of reinforced concrete, we have been investigating reinforcing own structures using select materials.
Children have learnt how to use compasses; measuring angles using a protractor to make their clocks