Month: March 2015

Toys of the Future homework

We have some very creative minds in P3C. Well done to those who completed the homework challenge of designing a toy of the future. There were some very detailed diagrams and descriptions. An extra well done goes to Peggy and Jaimee who made 3d models of their toys, what an impressive effort girls. We are currently making moving toys in science and designing a toy in class. What an exciting topic. 

Loose Parts

I think loose parts in the playground speaks for itself!

The kids got stuck in straight away. They worked together, problem solved, were creative and imaginative, learnt things and had an absolute blast! What could be more fun than trying to catapult your friend into the air on a make shift seesaw contraption!!!??”

Ten Pieces in P3c

What an afternoon! Today we listened to one of the ten pieces put together by BBC, Mars by Holts. First we listened to the piece of the music, then we wrote down a feeling that we felt whilst listening and then we worked collaboratively in our house teams to create an art journey.

The mess at the end, oops!

P3B World Book Day

P3B are having a fantastic time celebrating World Book Day. We dressed up as characters from different books and we hope you enjoy looking at our amazing costumes. Happy World Book Day! 


P3B are enjoying their weekly NYCOS sessions with Ms Clark. We are developing our our voices and learning about rhythm. First we sang an action song called John Kanaka and moved round the circle to meet a new partner. Then we had to pass a hot potato around the circle in time with the song. We started to look at different rhythms and tried to crack the rhythm code. We are looking forward to next week! 

Just a Drop

Finn’s Mum Caroline came into P3B to share her experience of recent visit to a Just a Drop safe water project in Uganda. The Just a Drop charity aims to provide local, clean water supplies and sanitation to communities all over the world. Finn was an excellent assistant and helped his mum to deliver her presentation. We hope you enjoy looking at the photos.