Open day in 5B! We challenged the parents to solve some frustrating maths activities (with a little help from the class!)
Year 5 enjoyed an art day based upon the narrative poem, 'The Highwayman'. They learnt to draw a building using perspective and a vanishing point whilst creating a wild and moody moor scene, ready to be painted with water colour pencils.
March in Reception 2
March in Reception 1
Reception 1 Go on a Lion Hunt!
Reception 2 Go on a Lion Hunt!
Year 3 Performance
3LW Learning in March
Year 1 have enjoyed designing dinosaurs, making them with clay and painting them.
Year 3 - Trip to the Synagogue
2C explore the apparatus and move by twisting, turning and spinning.
4L STEM Club week 2
2CH Red Nose Day
Reception enjoy raising money for Comic Relief
Year 4 Red Nose Day
4L STEM club at Allerton Grange
Red Nose Day in Year 1
2C use transient art to make Aboriginal symbols.
Year 1 enjoying the dinosaur workshop
4L Investigating sounds
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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