Year 5 have enjoyed a fantastic art day, learning about still life painting and having a go at creating tone and depth. They use different pencil grades, water colour pencil and oil pastel to create bold, eye-catching compositions.
Year 1 using their sense of smell.
Year 4 Victorian Tea Day
Production Club 23rd October - We were rehearsing a sketch where we had to plan a birthday party in an usual environment. Such as; outer space, in hospital, in a cinema or even a circus.
Year 1 having fun on Wii dance.
Wigton Moor Maths Champions!
Harvest Assembly - With Reverend Dave Young
Healthy Food Assembly
Year 3 - Stone Age to Iron Age
Healthy week Assembly
Year 1 running around the track as part of their healthy week challenge.
Year 1 used their sense of taste when they tried these different fruits.
6J Science - Simulating "blood" with food ingedients
6H making 'blood' using food colouring, Cheerios, oats and marshmallows. Can they tell you which part of the blood each food represents?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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