Greenwood Partnership came into School on 28th February to work with all the children in year 3 and 4. They learnt about the Stone Age landscape, animals and how stone age man used trees to make their houses. All the children had a go at weaving sticks into a stone age house structure, some children added clay to theirs to show how wattle and daub would have been used to make the houses weather proof. They all went outside to look at a house made by the Greenwood team, which showed how a roof would have kept out the rain. Thank you so much to Nic and Lynn from Greenwood Partnership for their support to help our learning come alive in year 3 and 4
4T enjoyed a FREE morning or afternoon at the Woodland Adventure Zone at Portland College on Tuesday 10th March. They all had chance to take part in den building and rock climbing. What a great opportunity. Thank you to Portland staff for supporting us. We hope 3/4S and 3G have a great time when they go too!
'Children really enjoyed their visitor, a local bee keeper. Children learnt all about pollinators and the importance of these insects to our lives.'
The Magical Christmas Jigsaw - A stunning performance from Year 3/4, all the children worked so hard and the results were amazing. Well Done!
Y3/4 pupils worked with Greenwood Trust at NCC and MDC parks department - planting a community orchard and edible hedge at Jackson Park.
MUSIC - Pupils enjoyed learning to play percussion instruments, the Bongo and Djembe and they then performed what they had learnt to the rest of pupils in KS2
YEAR 3 TOPIC WEEK - REMEMBRANCE ACTIVITIES - We looked at WWII artefacts and built model air raid shelters
YEAR 3/4 RECYLING DAY
WORLD WAR II WORKSHOP PHOTOS - Life in an air raid shelter and 'Blitz and Pieces' artefacts
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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