Maple compared how quickly we hear and see something to understand whether sound or light travels more quickly. Watch and listen out for when we banged a drum on the field last week!
Maple class began our RE unit on ‘Wisdom’ by exploring how moments of stillness, breathing techniques and mindfulness can open up our imagination. We reflected on how it made us feel and produced unique artwork to express our personal experiences.
We made sure Richard Whitehead could hear our cheers in Tokyo all the way from Rushcliffe!
Maple class made predictions about the shape and size of a shadow using black paper to represent the shadow. We tested whether our predictions were accurate and if the shadow matched the black paper.
As part of our build up for the Tokyo Olympics we have set up a link with a school in Tokyo. They have sent us films of life in their school and we are sharing videos of our school. We are learning about life in Tokyo and how it compares to life here.
Beech Class – Year 1 aged 5 and 6.
Beech class have created a few videos. The first one shows you inside their classroom.
Beech Class Outside
Beech class wanted to show you how they play outside at school
Beech Class Keeping Safe
We sanitise our hands to keep germs away.
Beech Class show you the reading area and the end of the school day.
Chestnut Class – Year 2 aged 6 and 7.
Chestnut show you all the fun they have in their class. there’s even a parachute!
Willow Class – Year 3 aged 7 and 8.
Willow Class show you around school and outline their day in school.
Sycamore Class – Year 4 aged 8 and 9.
The children in Year 4 filmed their own video. They had lots of fun!
Maple Class – Year 6 aged 10 and 11.
The year 6 children explain British Values.
Look round our outdoor area.