When given the choice of how to spend their final session of the year, Kestrel class went for chess! Well done to all the children for an excellent year – they’ve all worked really hard.
had a great time at Longleat….
This morning we met as a new class, in preparation for next year. The children learnt about the French artist, Henri M
atisse and had a go at paper cutting.
Yesterday the Yr 4, 5 cricket team enjoyed a day at the Sulis Club. We ended victorious with a victory over Oldfield Park Junior School with an excellent over from Samuel Taylor-Weekes. Well done to all the boys who played.
This morning, Kestrel class braved the rain and headed to town where we had the most fascinating tour (thanks to Adrian) of the city. He interweaved the history of the buildings with the dramatic events which unfolded on the third weekend of April, 1942. A fantastic morning was had by all.
Today John and Yvonne from the Robotics team came in and led the class through a computer programming activity based on a farm. The children had to programme their machine to operate different types of energy: coal, wind and
solar to name three.
The children of Kestrel class proudly present:
This morning Mr Taylor-Weekes (Charlotte’s Dad) came in and led the children through the programme ‘Garage Band’ on the iPads: the children really enjoyed it!
This morning Kestrel class created jinx frames in preparation for their ‘railway station’ design. The children will aim to re-create a model of the Bath Spa
railway station and are looking forward to showing off their progress with this to their parents next Friday.
Note to parents – all are welcome to come in and see their children’s art/DT work next Friday 24th May at 2:45pm