Friday, January 12, 2018

A mysterious box!

Let's say Andy the builder and his team were working in London, in Axe street, when they found a strange box. Let's say they were digging some footings for a shed in the garden of a house that been demolished. They didn't know what to do with the box,so asked us to investigate. 

We had a bit of a dilemma as some children thought the box should be opened, but others didn't. Some thought there might be precious, special things inside, so we shouldn't touch them. Others thought we should open it, to see if there were special things inside. We had to make a decision, so we had a decision alley.

Lots of ideas were shared with reasons why the box should or shouldn't be opened. 

In the end, most of us decided to open the box...

But we decided that we should protect ourselves and the contents by wearing special gloves. 

Ask us at home to tell you about what we found inside the box! 

We have had to do some BIG thinking today!

Friday, January 5, 2018

Super history investigators

We have been wondering lots of things about Samuel Pepys. We used the computers and iPads to find out the answers to some of our questions.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Brick layers!

Look what we have been learning to do at school today! Move over Gill, there are she new builders in town! 

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

The Great Fire of London

Have a go at this great game and learn all about the Great Fire of London. When you have done that, test your learning by having a go at the quiz here.
Get your family to help you!

You could also take a look at the information about the Great Fire of London in this infant encyclopedia. You will learn lots of facts!
If you want a challenge, you can find a lot more facts here, but you might need some help reading them.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Elephant trail

What a brilliant job Rowan and Holly class did with their elephant sculpture trail today! They really enjoyed showing them off and having lots of families hunting for them.