Archive for October, 2017

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

Photo Superstars!

Today we took lots of photos of nature around our school. We used our  fantastic editing skills to make the photos even better. Have a look…

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

Modelling Mouths

Yesterday we started learning about teeth in science. We are looking at the different types of teeth and learning about their functions and their purpose. The children started to make models of the mouth using clay. Have a look at what they’ve done so far…  

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Acting Out the Digestive System

On Monday we did an experiment and acted out the process of digestion using scissors, bread, a tube, a bag, vinegar, tights and a bowl.  It was a little bit messy but we all enjoyed it and it gave us a better idea about what is actually happening inside our body every time we eat. […]

Friday, October 13th, 2017

Photography Pros!

In year 4 this term we are taking part in a photography project.  We’ve been learning about how to take photographs and how to edit them in different ways. This afternoon the children tried editing for the first time with AMAZING results. Have a look at these fantastic photos!

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

Letter Writing

In SFA last week we wrote letters about issues we feel strongly about. We’ve written to the police, the NHS, Manchester City Council and lots more people. We posted the letters yesterday. Fingers crossed we get some replies!    

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

Powerful Poetry

This week the children worked with Chris Jam a poet from Wordsmiths MCR. The children came up with some fantastic poems about their dreams and ambitions based on a poem by Langston Hughes.  We’ll be performing them very soon so watch this space and make sure you come in to hear them!  

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

It’s A Mummy!!!

This week a mummy came to visit us in class to get us excited about our new book in literacy “The Search For Tutankhamen”.  We asked the mummy lots of questions. Unfortunately it couldn’t stay for long…