Today we celebrated the end of our topic about Romans by inviting our parents in to make Roman Mosaics with us.
The parents said:
“I enjoyed the morning and seeing what my daughter had been doing”.
It was another enjoyable activity which the parents enjoyed.”
“It was a great morning with the children. I really enjoyed helping and seeing what the children have been learning about.”
Have a look at our photos and finished mosaics!
As part of safety week, we had a visit from the police. They brought the riot van, some riot gear the children could try on and talked to us about their role.
Have a look at some of the photos.
Today eye finished off out learning about Roman Gods.
We learnt about their powers, weapons, skills and importance. Then we scored these out of 10.
We challenged each other to see whose God was most powerful.
Which God did you think was the best? Which God was your favourite and why?
To end our topic called “Does everyone need the same food to survive?” our parents came in this afternoon to help us make crafts to decorate our room to celebrate the end of Ramadan and prepare for a feast to celebrate.
We made prayer mats, Ramadan good deed paper chains and Ramadan crackers.
Thank you to the parents/grandparents who came.
Their feedback said:
“It was lovely to do activities with the children and see what they have been learning in class.”
“There was a fun variety of activities, an enjoyable afternoon.”
“I loved spending the afternoon with my son!”
“A well organised afternoon that kept the children entertained.”
Have a look at some of our photographs of the afternoon together.
This week we have been writing puzzle poems.
We have recorded ourselves reading our poems.
Can you guess which body part the poem is describing?
Today we became scientists and learnt the scientific names for the bones in our body.
We used lots of strategies to learn for ourselves!