What a brilliant year it's been! Here is a snapshot of it:
Horrible Histories: 'Ancient Greek Olympics'
A new year and a fresh set of faces!
Reading in the sunshine
Inspired by the Winter Olympics, we visited the Chill Factore in Manchester to experience some snow sports for ourselves!
Our adventure to the Glasgow Science Centre!
Investigating the intestines:
Making clay faces for our trees during Forest School!
Investigating our taste buds!
Drama based on our class book: ‘The Incredible Book Eating Boy’
Snow Play ☃️❄️
Some of our New Years Resolutions!
Forest School Scavenger Hunt
Published Christmas Books
The pupils have independently written their own Christmas stories. They have worked their socks off to draft, publish and format their stories into little books. Keep an eye out for one under your Christmas tree this year!
Class 2 had a magical time at Hayes Garden World this morning!
After some plant shopping and decoration browsing,
the children were treated to a hot chocolate!
Class 2 are completely absorbed in their current writing. Stay tuned for their finished copies!
Borrowdale's Community Tree
Garage Band Projects
This term in our Learning Challenge, after covering the science objectives, the children decided they wanted to learn how to play an instrument. After 4 mini lessons on the piano (thanks to Maisey!) and then the recorder, the children then used Garage Band on their IPADs to compose a piece of music. They layered different sounds and used instruments and effects to bring their version of 'Jingle Bells' to life!
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Carmel-grace and Violet 2.wav
This week, in Showcase Assembly, Maisey performed 'Jingle Bells' on the piano! It was beautiful and the children loved singing along.
On Friday, we set up a super comfy reading corner in our classroom and really enjoyed reaching Michael Morpurgo’s version of ‘The Pied Piper’ together. Molly directed and led a freeze frame which can be seen below!
Christmas is coming!
Today we went to Alhambra Cinema in Keswick on our school mini buses to watch a movie as part of the INTO Film Festival. We loved watching a movie with our friends in our own private screen!
We love cooking at Forest School!
Our Ancient Egyptian Museum
Class 2 Fish!
This morning Class 2 went to Penrith to buy our class fish! While there, we nipped into Aldi to get some vegetables so we can make soup at Forest School tomorrow. 🚌🐠🥕
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