The children in Maple class looked brilliant in their costumes!
We had a fantastic day celebrating World Book Day at Gotham Primary! The children came to school dressed as their favourite character from a book and we had a parade in the hall to show our great costumes. After a day of fun book activities, we then had a shared read to finish the day where we invited friends and family to share a favourite book with us. It was a lovely afternoon, with lots of reading across school! Well done everyone!
Maple and Cedar classes enjoyed a visit from the RSPB when we explored our school grounds, looking at the different habitats we offered for wildlife. We then plotted this on a map and thought about next steps for helping out local wildlife. It was a wet and miserable day in terms of the weather, but we really enjoyed the activity!
Look at all of our fabulous costumes!
Continuing our theme of journeys through the air, Chestnut Class investigated how far ‘a sneeze’ travels through the air. We discovered that a sneeze can travel over a metre without a tissue but when a tissue is used it barely travels at all. We learned that to prevent sneezes/germs spreading we should always use a tissue and remember to wash our hands regularly.