This classroom is not in use during 2020-2021.
Please see below all the wonderful work that was undertaken in previous academic years.
Great Fire of London Workshop by Partake Theatre Company.
On the 16th October 2019 the Partake Theatre company came to Manor Park and did a Great Fire of London Workshop. The children real enjoyed learning more about the Great Fire. The children dressed up in authentic clothing and learnt about how the people escaped the Great Fire on boats across the River Thames.
Our new topic is amazing animals. We will learn about nocturnal and rainforest animals. Look at the topic information below.
Amazing Animals Topic Information
Making structures to shelter us in the rainforest using twigs, leaves and clay.
Addition and subtraction treasure hunt and a cool down under the tree.
We made Ecuadorian Pan de Yuca so we could taste authentic Rainforest food.We had to measure out ingredients, mix and knead and then bake in the oven. The bread was delicious.
We are developing our athletic skills by; jumping, running and throwing.
Animals found in the rainforest came to visit us at school. Some of them we were able to hold!
Father's Day lunch.
We have been studying the book, The Hodgeheg by Dick King Smith and have been busy designing road safety posters in and outside the classroom.
We have designed Maths games to play with our friends using our knowledge of Maths concepts.
Developing our cricket skills.
A conjunction treasure hunt, to find conjunctions to expand our sentences.
On Thursday 4th April 2019 the Hummingbirds and the Koalas took part in the Easter Concert. The children really enjoyed singing and signing the songs using British Sign Language.
Our Mum's are special!
Pictures from our Mother's day lunch.
A story-teller came to school and we dressed up to help act out the story of Robin Hood.
As part of our topic on Superheroes we have been learning about Robin Hood and debating whether he is a Superhero or not. Some children believe that he was a Superhero because he helped the poor but others believe that he wasn't because he stole from the rich. We learned how to fire an arrow from a bow and hit a target.
Using natural materials to represent place value in a Maths lesson.
Writing mud-paint questions containing; conjunctions and contractions about how we can help the world.
Sorting different types of sentences in the Wildlife Garden for our SPAG lesson.
We all dressed up as our favourite book characters for World Book Day.
We rehearsed reading our slime poems so we could record ourselves performing them.
Eve read a story to the class about Amelia Earhart who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
We have been making 'Super, slushy, smoothies' for superheroes.
Mansfield Town Football Club have been coming in to school every Tuesday to help us develop our football skills. We think we have got lots better!
We often take our learning outside. Today we have been looking at Ordinal numbers.
We have been writing adjectives with mud paint!
Taking our Maths outside!
The Hummingbirds have been making their own versions of the Bayeux Tapestry. Look at the great teamwork!
Warwick Castle 6th November
Our future is bright!
Look what we want to be when we grow up!