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The Summer term is here and in Robin class we are ready to embrace a very exciting learning journey. Our topic is Location, Location and that is going to give us the perfect excuse to go back in time to the Victorian Seaside. We will learn why and how seaside holidays became so popular. In D&T, we will be making our own windmills and in Science we will be exploring the world of plants. Ready to come along?
We have been enjoying learning about windmills. We looked at windmills from all over the world and discovered that in the past windmills were used to make flour and olive oil. What do you think of our designs?
Painting Bluebells in the Woods
On a very wet day we braved the weather and painted the stunning bluebells in the woods. We have used watercolours and worked hard to apply the painting skills we have learned last term. What do you think? Aren't they amazing!
What an inspiring topic to get us started at the beginning of 2021! We are going to go on a very thrilling expedition to the South Pole. With our historian and geographer hats on, Robin class will learn about the British explorer Ernest Shackleton's incredible expedition to the South Pole. Ready to come along?
A Long Time Ago
The Autumn term is finally here and we are thrilled to be back with our amazing school family. We are settling in very well and really enjoying having some of our lessons outside. Our topic A Long Time Ago will take us back all the way to when our grandparents and parents were young. How different was life then? Ready to come along?
In Robin class we have been taking advantage of our woodland classroom.
Back in October we spend a morning enjoying the wood and looking for signs that the Autumn season had arrived. We collected beautiful red, brown, yellow and orange leaves to create an amazing print. What do you think?
On Friday the 20th of November, Robin Class went to the woods and looked at the woods through the viewpoint of a squirrel,insect, deer and red kite.
We split into 4 groups and explored the woods. Each group had an Ipad and supported by adults framed the woodland through the eyes of the animals agreed during initial discussion.
It was a very interesting activity as it forced us to stop and really notice the woods.