Thursday, 14 June 2018

Portraits are finished!

Amazing art work  - well done for following Mr. Lavis' advice and being brave!

Monday, 11 June 2018

Our special places

In preparation for our trip to the church next week we talked about the importance of special places in our lives and how they make us feel. 

The World Cup comes to Oak class

We started the week by choosing a country to follow during the tournament. 

Sunday, 10 June 2018

Welcoming our adopted animals

We were so excited to get a package in the post from 
Marwell Zoo. Inside were our adoption certificates for the 6 animals we had raised money to adopt. There were oohs and aaahs as we unpacked the box and the soft toys of Indeeva the snow leopard,  Wendy the Pygmy hippo and the other animals appeared. We are so excited that we are able to support endangered animals in this way. 

Self portraits . . . Let them begin!

As part of our art this term we are going to painting our own self-portraits. We asked Mr Lavis to share his expertise in this area to give us some tips. We have just begun work on our outlines so far. 

Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Violin performance

We enjoyed a violin performance from Maya showing us what she has learnt so far this term. It sounded lovely - well done! 

Translating bears . . . And shapes

We used bears to understand how we record moving something, translating, from one place to another. 

We are unique

Starting our Changing Me topic this week we began by thinking about how unique we are. Looking at different family photographs and trying to match kittens to their mothers we had great discussions about what might be inherited from the parents and then how brothers and sisters can be very different. Singing " I'm OK " we focussed on how unique and special each one of us is. 

Ask the expert . . .

Dylan was our exert on solving time p obsess this afternoon!