Year Group Blog

Year 2: End of Term 5

Another fun term of learning!A fun term of learning:Science:We have been investigating materials that can be squashed, stretched, bent and twisted. We conducted an experiment to find out which object/material stretched the furthest.Physical Education:We have been learning how and why we need to jump. We have had time...

Year 2: End of Term 3 Blog

Another fun term of learning!A fun term of learning:ScienceOur children have enjoyed exploring Human Survival. We have discussed how our body works during exercise, why we need certain foods and how to stay hygienic. GeographyOur children have been learning about our world, discovering similarities and differences between England and Somalia....

Year 2 – End of Term 2 Blog

This Term has been another fun term of learning.  Science Our children have enjoyed exploring Plants and what they need to grow. We conducted an experiment on cress seeds and learned all about germination.  History Our children have been learning about Significant People. We have learnt about activists, artists, explorers, scientists and monarchs.  Physical Education The...

Year 2 Term 1: End of Term Blog

After a busy term, the children have settled well into their new classes and are enjoying their learning. Art Our children have enjoyed the Cornerstones' topic of Muck, Mess and Mixtures. They developed painting and printing techniques.  Science Our children have enjoyed conducting science experiments which included exploring melting, making the best soap and...

Year 3 – Welcome to Term 1!

Welcome to Year 3. We hope that your children have settled well into their new class and are enjoying their learningA fun term of learning:Our Cornerstones topics this term are: One Planet, Our World which is a geography based topic and Contrast and Compliment which is an art based topic....

Year 1 – Welcome to Term 1!

Welcome to Year 1.  Children have settled well into their new classes and are engaging in their learning whilst having fun.Paws, Claws and Whiskers:We have been sorting animals into carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores ‘om om om we eat everything!’We moved like lions and tigers then used a map to find...