In preparation for our crime scene sketching, based on the long term project, we have been drawing 3D shapes. We focused hard on line direction and shading, then evaluated our partners drawings. Chess anyone?
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Friday 17th March It has been another busy and fun-filled week at Shrewsbury this week. The children have really immersed themselves in their new topic ‘Daring Detectives’. In Literacy this week, the children have used their drama and characterisation skills to become a character from Cluedo. The children worked in groups to act out a […]
As part of Fully Booked, 10BA visited 5AW. They began by reading books simply for the pleasure of reading. This was followed by a question and answer session during which Year 10’s shared their thoughts and advice. Finally, Year 5 read to Year 10, thinking about authorial techniques, predictions, inference and asking questions.
Our writing this week has focused on instructions – specifically for building a Lego rocket with Year 2 children. We had to think carefully about the language we used, as the Year 2 children had to read and build the instructions for themselves. Children chose for whether to present the instructions using Keynote, Slides or […]
Dear parents, please note the following message from our PE department: From Tuesday 7th to Friday 10th March, we have lots of the PE department out on different trips (U13 FOBISIA and Netball in Singapore). Therefore, for reasons of safety, the swimming lessons will need to become PE lessons. This will affect 5AW, 5RK and 5LB […]
The following article, taken from the BBC, highlights some interesting information about sleep. Please read the article carefully and consider the following: Were there any facts you did know? Is there anything you can add to the points below from your own experience or research? Will you make any changes as a result of having read this? […]
What an amazing day! Year 5 enjoyed a thoroughly informative and action packed day at the National Science Museum. The day started with an entertaining science show, where the children learnt all about friction, bumps and bounces – with many children having the opportunity to volunteer and win special prizes. After the show, we split […]
This week’s article is taken from the excellent Think u Know website: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/ I would highly recommend that both children and parents take some time to visit this site and explore how to be safe (and have fun) when using the internet across a range of platforms. Read the article below (or the website). Your […]
Many thanks to the children and parents for such creative outfits, and also to the children for engaging with a variety of twin related activities throughout the day (holding hands, writing for their twin, repeating each other…). If there is any further sponsorship you would like to contribute to our charity partners, please send in […]