During our music lesson this week we had a look behind the scenes of the recording for the Live Music Event. Mr Kitcher described how such an event is planned and organised and we spent some time asking him all about his love of music (and had a little dance).
We wanted to know how water was transported in plants so we set up an experiment using coloured water and celery to observe what happens.
Ash class have been learning how to code in their computing lessons. We have been using Tynker to develop our skills using blocks to write code.
Ash class had a amazing day working with Ian Bland a children's poet. We listened to poems, wrote poems and performed poems. The workshop was engaging and fantastic fun and something we will remember for a long time.
Have a look at our poetry performances using the kennings that we wrote.
We have been using drama to help us learn about The Pentecost.
Ash class enjoyed a lesson led by our associate teacher, Miss Williams today exploring the work of Andy Goldsworthy. They looked at his style of work and used this to recreate some of their own natural sculptures.
We used masking tape and a set square to investigate different angles. We learnt about right, acute and obtuse angles.
As an introduction to our topic work on plants we took a closer look at the inside of a flower and learnt about the function of each part.