As part of their learning of the Victorian era, Dosbarth Miss Burgoyne made Victorian bread and butter. We followed a recipe carefully and used our mathematical skills to measure out the correct ingredients. Once the bread had been cooked and the butter was ready, we then had the opportunity to eat it all up…. yum yum!
At clwb this week we went onto the field and made clay tree people.
As part of Dosbarth Mrs Curtis Dwr Diddorol topic we have been studying the water cycle and investigating the question ‘Where does water begin?’
This week Dosbarth Miss Burgoyne have been introduced to the Victorian era. We talked about how Victorians lived and compared Victorian houses to modern-day houses. We also had the opportunity to explore a variety of real Victorian household objects and compared these to household objects from now. We worked together to sort these.
Learners in Dosbarth Miss Powell explored the term “algorithm’’ today with an unplugged dance activity. We studied a dance clip to discover the algorithm…Think we have some practising to do before we are completely in sync
A big thank you to all those who supported our Macmillan Coffee Afternoon. We are pleased to announce that we raised a total of £260.72. Thank you to the School Council for organising and delivering such a successful event.
Dosbarth Miss Burgoyne have been learning about Queen Elizabeth ll and have produced some amazing portraits of her!
Dosbarth Miss Burgoyne have been learning about Harvest. As part of this we have been wheat detectives to find out which foods contain wheat. We also took part in a live lesson led by NFU Education where we met farmer Hannah to learn all about what happens during a cereals harvest and we joined with children from around the globe to make the world’s biggest combine harvester!
A fun (and quite messy) gardening session with learners from Dosbarth Miss Powell and Dosbarth Mrs Curtis on Thursday.
Learners in Dosbarth Miss Powell a Dosbarth Mrs Curtis had a fantastic first session with Impelo dance company this afternoon. Learners demonstrated creativity and enthusiasm as they developed an understanding of a sequence.