Lots of exciting events have been taking place as part of Sports Relief at our school.
We have been studying famous Scientists as part of British Science Week.
Mrs Axten trained a new team of 'Handwashing Experts' today in our KS2 assembly!
In Music lessons, we are studying the work of the composer John Williams.
This week, we have been learning about algorithms.
Safer Internet Day was on Tuesday 11th February.
The children have been working very hard to research the Romans and to present their findings to the class.
In our History lessons, we have been researching all about Britain from 55 BC to 407 AD and the impact that the Roman Empire had on this country.
Inventors and Pioneers spent an afternoon this week exploring how light travels in straight lines.
Year 5 trombone lessons have been taking place.
In our Design Technology lesson this week, we studied Roman aqueduct design.
Today we started to find out about Chinese New Year.
Our focus during Spring Term is gymnastics.
Construction of our earthquake resistant buildings
Well done to both teams who represented our school at last night's netball tournament at TCS.
Pioneers and Inventors completed their Art projects this week.
Year 5 had a visit from the Fire Safety Team.
Design and Technology in Pioneers and Inventors
In our KS2 assembly today we talked about how what we say, post and share online can affect others.
This half term, we have been developing our Hi 5 Netball skills in our PE lessons.
The children investigated why some countries fare better than others when an earthquake strikes.
We have continued using different techniques in our aim to produce the perfect volcano or tsunami artwork during our Extreme Earth topic.
Inventors and Pioneers trialled using oil pastels to create effects they might use in their final piece of art work.
This week, we have been busy developing our scientific skills by extending our knowledge and understanding of solids, liquids and gases.
Our Science learning this week was all about separating materials through the processes of sieving, filtering and evaporating.
This week, Pioneers and Inventors have been developing their artistic skills by studying artwork related to our Extreme Earth topic.
WOW! What a week! So many experiences and memories for the children to cherish for a very long time.
It has been a scorching week back in Pioneers’ and Inventors’ class as the children have launched into their topic learning about volcanoes!
Children in Y5 have been given SPAG cards to use in preparation for Y6.
This morning the Year 6 children completed some 'Taskmaster' style challenges to continue working on their team building skills.
The Year 5 children thought of a range of games to teach the Explorers today. They demonstrated some great organisational skills!
Have you heard about our summer TTRS competition?
Children in Year 5 put on a brilliant show after learning a song and dance in one of their village festival workshops.
Year 6 were very lucky to take part in a brilliant puppet making workshop at the village festival.
Children in Year 6 learnt three Maypole dances on Thursday before performing to an audience during the afternoon.
Children in Pioneers and Inventors enjoyed creating scrap book pages for the Village Heritage Project.
Children in Y5 enjoyed taking part in an Athletics Festival at TCS this week.
Today the Pioneers and Inventors were introduced to a wonderful book called 'The Lost Words', which we will be basing some of our literacy, topic and science learning on this term.
Yesterday saw Plym receive their reward for winning the TTRS battle of the houses earlier in the Spring term.