It was Careers Day at school today and so the children got to meet and question professionals including an architect, policeman, scientist, solicitor and doctor. They also completed a design and technology challenge, experienced a day in the life of a CSI Investigator and considered the skills that are required to achieve their career goals. There was a special treat in the afternoon when Dr Matt did a workshop on what to do if somebody is choking! Here are some pictures from the day –
When were Tudor houses built?
What were Tudor houses made from?
What do Tudor houses look like?
What was inside a Tudor house?
Are there still Tudor houses today?
List three interesting facts about Tudor houses
Do you have any interesting plans for the half term holiday? Are you going away? Staying local? Do you plan to see any friends or family? What are you most looking forward to during the week off?
Best response will win 5 dojos!!
Last Friday the class used different resources to find out about Michael Rosen as part of our Slam Poetry module in Literacy. Here are some pictures from the lesson.
By the end of the week the children will have written and performed their own poems!
What did you get up to at the weekend? Did you do anything interesting? Anything fun? Or did you just spend most of the weekend in bed, getting some much needed relaxation?
Best response wins 5 dojos!
What is your favourite subject at school and why?
As part of Roald Dahl week the class designed their own Dahl-inspired characters to present to the Year One children. Here are a selection of some of their creations!
We recently began our topic for this term which is Tudor history. We managed to borrow some Tudor artefacts from Warrington Museum and the children got to touch objects that would have been used in Tudor households. Here are some pictures of the children with the objects!
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