March 28, 2018

Last day of term and we had a production line going in order to get it all done in time.  Wednesday afternoons are compacted because of the French lesson so we had to get a wiggle on as a group to make our biscuits, cool them as best we could, sandwich them together wi...

March 12, 2018

Wanting to do more work in zoology, led to a sustained piece of work looking at the different layers of the oceans and the type of life these sustain.  The research was then portrayed in a beautiful piece of artwork using watercolours to create a poster which brightene...

March 6, 2018

... combining two big interests - creative writing and history.  A decision was reached in looking at A Street Through Time, to write a story from the viewpoint of the bridge.  After the first attempt, we chatted about just how easy might it be to construct a wooden br...

February 27, 2018

A bit of a hiatus as they wait for each other to be in class and just before half-term is not the best time to make fresh biscuits for snack - but we have class biscuits to enjoy.  One of the things about helping the children flex their independent thinking is to keep...

February 6, 2018

Two of the children have planned their next 'going out' to shop for supplies to make biscuits for class snack.  They have chosen the recipe, worked out what ingredients we have and therefore what we need and discovered that out of date ingredients don't throw themselve...

February 2, 2018

'More blobby' becomes a new dictionary definition.  When asked which impressionist paintings were more likely to be dated later as opposed to earlier, one of our students thought about it for a bit, made his pitch and gave his succinct reasons why.  Part of our afterno...

January 22, 2018

Our work on the Arctic and Antarctic has very naturally morphed into an enquiry about receding ice and glaciers and global warming, fitting for 6-10 year olds.  Trying to enhance the book and atlas explanations was a revelation in itself, since the understanding gleane...

January 22, 2018

Although there's been little in the local shops about it, we're in the midst of Fair Trade Fortnight.   We've discussed 'fairness' as a general concept with the help of one of the Snail Tales stories and acted out a food supply chain for the banana.  We are now collect...

January 17, 2018

We braved the wind and our papers flew everywhere.  And what you don't see here is the wonderful chase to catch up with them as they skit scattered, tumbled and flew across the park.  Nor do you get the feel of our delight in finally reeling them all in, a bit trodden...

January 15, 2018

All this talk about insulation has led to explorations about winter generally, art projects, research into the Arctic and Antarctic and the discussion has flowed to investigations into global warming.  We've looked at atlases, animal encyclopaedia, YouTube, science and...

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The Mystery of the Egyptian Amulet

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