Exploring the local area.
Enjoying the Roald Dahl Museum in Aylesbury
An English lesson in the mud as part of our Roald Dahl topic.
Working well as part of a team in Enterprise Week
Our beautifully sewn Christmas cards.
It's 950 years since 1066 - we re-enacted the events that led up to the Battle of Hastings.
Science Week: we were Nature Detectives and looked at the animals that could live in the school habitat and then we built dens to see what would happen to our ice rabbits.
Art outside whilst we drew and compared features of Saxon churches.
Enjoying Saxon Day on the warmest September day on record! The Saxons made boats, they dug herb gardens, erected drawbridges to protect their homes and organised fields to keep their sheep in.
Summer Bug Hunt!
Venetian Day, we made gondolas and raced them up and down the Grand Canal that we had made on our desks. We also thought about how Venice was built and tried making our own version.
World Book Day!
Our old friend, Fantastic Mr Fox!!
Roald Dahl day, we celebrated with making our own Revolting Recipes, BFG potions and with a persuasive debate to name a few of our activities.
Hands on Science, working out how the human body works.
Making boxes and chocolates inspired by Willy Wonka. We then ate them!
Saxon Day in the woods - we built dens, whittled wood, dug gardens, decorated our homes, found water, mined and made an anvil for our smithy.
International Week - Sweden
Planting our seeds for our whole school Companion Planting Science Experiment
Hands on Science
Year 4 running the Year 1 Lunchtime Multiskills Club
Trip to Aylesbury Museum
Enterprise Week - buying and selling
Our local area walk, can you name the buildings?
Learning about light in a Science workshop
Poppies and Science experiments
Learning to skip
Exploring the Local Area
Upper School Football Tournament
Bikeability - Learning to ride our bikes safely
Making Apple Crumble
In this Science lesson we models of our arms to find out how our muscles worked. We can also be seen firing a marshmallow at a target so that we could practise measuring angles and length in a maths lesson.
In Science we do as many hands on experiments as possible. In this lesson we made our own play dough and then used it to make moulds of our teeth.
Our Roald Dahl day celebrated all the wonderful characters that Roald wrote about. We wrote our own revolting recipes and then made them, these included chocolate slugs and Blood-Bottler biscuits. Our room was full of Oompa Loompas, Fantastic Foxes and a Grand High Witch!!
As part of our Roald Dahl topic we went into the woods and met Mr Fox, he's lived in our woods for a few years.
We went into the woods and created a Saxon village. We even had to defend ourselves from the Vikings.