We had such a brilliant end of topic day celebration, thank you to all of the parents that helped make this happen!
We really enjoyed dressing up in our Roman attire and heading down to the field to hunt the Celt (thanks, kids!!)
In the afternoon, we were split into small groups and sampled some famous pizzas from around Italy, we even got to wash them down with some delicious dessert, tiramisu (yum!)
Check out what is coming up in our new topic, we can’t wait to get this started!
Twiggy the alien is off to Aldi!
Check out the videos of the erupting volcanoes this week!
Apologies for any destruction caused within your house!
This week, we have been learning about Dr Seuss – we have started writing a biography about his life.
We enjoyed reading our drafted versions to each other, it was helpful as we spotted mistakes in our sentence structure so we were able to green pen our edits in!
I can’t wait to see the final product.
We are so excited to introduce our new topic! What is the most important thing about Christmas?
Have a look at the topic map to see what we have coming up over the next 4 weeks in our runup to Christmas!
We have lots of exciting things coming up:
Meeting the Grinch!
It’s a Christian holiday
We are going to risk life, limb and laundry on our quest to find the Pharaoh’s relic…behold the tunnel of terror!!!! Somewhere in all of the gunk, leaves and creepy crawlies lies the relic that will help us unlock the chest!
Can I just say a huge thank you to all of our parents! Today was so much fun! The rain didn’t stop us and every single pupil went through the Tunnel of Doom. We had LOTS of squealing and screaming but all of them had a ball! Even the ones who were really scared before they went in wanted another go!
Thank you so much for sending their old clothes and allowing us to get them in such a state! We have been really frustrated that we haven’t been able to take them on a trip to the museum so it gave us the chance to end a truly fantastic topic in a way they will remember! Thanks again
The Pharaoh’s ancient stone tablets are littered around the school field.
The children will use all of their finely honed archeology skills to locate the tablets and decipher the hieroglyphs to crack the code. Once they decode every word and reassemble them in the right order, they will be able to solve the ancient riddle left by the Pharaoh centuries ago…
Why don’t mummies like holidays?
Well done everyone…I think most groups got most of the words (no thanks to the wind and rain doing their best to make all of the clues disappear!!!) The answer is…
They are afraid they will relax and…UNWIND!
Thank you for that one Mr Swallow 🙄