Year 5 have learnt how to use the score and slip technique to join clay pieces together securely.
They designed, created and evaluated their own Mayan-style alux figurines.
Whist getting ready for school this morning, Alejandro went out to feed the birds. He found a baby bird hopping around the garden so picked it up before a cat could get it. He gave it some water and put up on a ledge, in the shade, so that it’s parents can come and get it. Holding the little bird has made Alejandro’s morning, I’m sure he’ll be telling you about it at school later 😄
Please can you all bring a sturdy bag (e.g. a supermarket bag for life style) into school tomorrow so your books can be taken home?
Could you all also have a good look around your houses / bedrooms / under the beds (!) for any school reading books that may need returning.
We are very much looking forward to spending our last two days with you all…
See you tomorrow, Mrs T and Miss C 📕📒😊
We were very lucky to have Maya specialists, Sue and Kat, in school today with a wide range of activities to cement our knowledge of this amazing civilisation.
The children learnt more about weaving, Mayan writing and mathematical symbols, artefacts, codices, clothing and so much more. They also went on a VR tour of Mayan sites.
Healthy lifestyles week. Apologies for the late blog post Freddie did lots of stuff for Healthy lifestyle week but wanted to show you his garden and how much stuff he is growing in his garden. He has lots of vegetables and also some apples
This is my attempt of making a fortune teller.