You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think and LOVED more than you'll ever know. - A.A Milne Look after yourselves Giraffes, I'll see you soon x
Roman Workshop - we had our very own Roman soldier come and visit us this week and teach us all about the Roman times. We really enjoyed all of the activities and the group sessions as we trained to be Roman soldiers.
World Book Day - We dressed up as characters from the books we've read in class and had some fun activities to do.
Stone Age Workshop at Gunnersbury House - we had a fabulous trip and learnt how to survive in the Stone Age! Thank you to the parents who helped us out, we all had lots of fun.
Stone Age cave paintings
Skara Brae - this week we were able to find out all about a little Stone Age village in the Orkney Islands on the coast of Scotland. These 9 houses were discovered in 1850 when a heavy storm moved the grass and sand off the dunes and revealed a Stone Age village. The children can tell you all about it!
World Religion Day - for RE this week we learnt about the Hindu Creation story. As the theme for World Religion Day is Nature, we decided to use the symbols of Hinduism to create an elephant. We even decorated it with shiny gems too!
It's Christmas Time at Isleworth Town! Thank to everyone for all your kindness and generosity, we had an extremely fun week.
Design & Technology - Chocolate Making (steps for making chocolate bars with our own toppings)
In music this week, we learnt how to play the note 'E' on a Glockenspiel. Did you know that it is similar to a Xylophone, however the bars are made of metal whereas a Xylophone's bars are made of wood?
Computing - this week we learnt how to use Google forms and we created questionnaires in order to collect, analyse and present data for our D & T lesson.
Anti-Bullying Week - for PSHE we paired up with our buddy class (Hedgehog Class) and designed some anti-bullying awareness posters together. CHANGE STARTS WITH US!
Estimating, measuring and comparing the lengths of our jumps in Maths, using a metre stick.
Fairtrade- In topic we have learnt all about Fairtrade products and how important it is for us to support farmers in other countries by buying their products. They are able to get a fair price for their hard work and they can use that money to support their families by buying clothes, food, houses and to pay for their children's education. We made these posters to persuade people to buy Fairtrade products.
In art, we learnt about Vincent van Gogh and his famous painting (Starry Night). We tried to draw our own Starry Nights using pastels and they came out beautifully.
Mayan Workshop - we learnt about the Mayan people, where they came from, what food they ate, what they did and how they lived.
PSHE - We have been learning about feelings and how they are identified through facial expressions as well as body language.
RE posters: learning about the Rites of Passage of different religions (Hinduism and Judaism)
Shadow investigation - we recorded our shadow lengths using a measuring stick, to tell how our shadows changed lengths throughout the day (morning, noon and afternoon)
Shadow length Experiment - we wanted to see how shadows work when a light source is closer or further away from an opaque object...
RE: Rites of Passage -Christian Baptism still image
Brainwave challenge on the trim trail - we all had a chance to go on the trim trail and to see if we improved from our first try by practicing and learning ways to tackle it differently the second time.