Monthly Archives: November 2015

Neptune Class turns into a Victorian toy workshop!

As part of  our Construction and Mechanics topic the children in Neptune Class explored a selection of Victorian toys and then practised different skills that they would need to use in order to recreate their own version of these different … Continue reading

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Construction and mechanics in Mars Class

Mars Class have been having lots of fun learning new skills in Design Technology over the last two weeks, culminating in making a Jumping Jack.  Some children’s finished products had moving legs, some had moving arms and legs and some … Continue reading

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Firework homework

Our children and their families always produce a wide range of quality learning and enquiry homework.  We proudly display all children’s work in our classrooms and shared areas and thought it might be nice to share it on our blog … Continue reading

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KS1 Craft Club Take 2!

Mrs Sadler and the second group of craft club children have been very busy today decorating plant pots. They planted a daffodil bulb ready for the spring.  What a lovely thing to do an a miserable Autumn day. This after school … Continue reading

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Our Remembrance paintings

As part of our Remembrance topic we looked at the painting Field of Poppies by Vincent Van Gogh. We were so inspired by the beauty of the painting that the children then recreated the painting using watercolours.  They  had to … Continue reading

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We will remember them

To launch our Remembrance topic KS1 children visited the war memorial in Havant and laid some crosses on the memorial.  We hope that this visit will help them begin to understand the importance of Remembrance Day.  The children seemed very … Continue reading

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