Do you know your Dragons?!
In English we have been reading ‘How to Train your Dragon’, which fits in nicely with our Vikings topic. We have read about and researched various species (who knew there were so many!) We then used the information to write non-chronological reports and some of us even used a combination of characteristics from several dragons to create our very own species. Here are some fiercely fabulous examples.
Out of this World!
Our Science topic this half-term is Space and we have been learning about the planets that make up our Solar System. In class, we have created cosmic posters that show the order of the planets from the sun. We discovered that there actually used to be nine planets, however, poor Pluto was deemed to be too small to be counted and is now classed as a dwarf planet. We have also had some spectacular homework this half term that is now on display in our classrooms! Here are some shining examples.
The Vikings are coming and they’re hungry! Luckily we have chefs in our classroom each week who are teaching us about some Viking favourites and how to prepare them. Fish and seafood was on the menu this week. They demonstrated how to fillet a mackerel, and some of us helped to prepare mussels and langoustines. A few of us were a little apprehensive about trying new things but we found that we actually really enjoyed them. We can’t wait to see what will be served up for us next!
We are lucky enough to have a gymnastics coach working with us this half-term. We have been learning some tricky balances, including symmetrical, asymmetrical and counter balances with a partner. We then introduced rolls into our sequences and performed them for the class. We look forward to developing our skills further and learning new ones along the way. These photos show how far we have come already.