Each class has taken a turn at sharing an activity with family members as part of our Curriculum Sharing Week.
Reception used the book “Whatever Next” by Jill Murphy to create junk model rockets and out of this world treats! Year 1 continued the space theme, creating paper plate planets, followed by Year 3 who designed and made animal puppets.
Year 4 used cutting, drilling and other engineering skills to construct fantastic Viking boats, then on Friday, Year 2 designed beautiful rangoli patterns after learning all about Diwali in their “Celebrations” topic.
Headteacher, Aaron McDonagh said: “Thank you to everyone who supported the children, it was lovely to welcome so many into school and to share the really wide variety of subjects and ways of learning that go on each and every day!”
To round off their Stone Age topic, Year 3 went a step further (or should we say, back?!) as they enjoyed a day packed with hands-on activities that brought history to life.
Children took part in a range of activities; crafting their own fossils, making salt dough and clay teeth and bones to adorn their own Stone Age necklaces, crafting miniature ancestors out of toilet rolls… complete with fur robes and spears!