In art this week we were looking Jackson Pollock. We had to put our hands into a box without seeing and express in drawings how this made us feel. This was an interesting sensory experience for our senses.
Students in KS3P spent some time on the bikes again today. They really enjoyed getting out in the fresh air and showed good turn taking and sharing skills.
KS3 Progress had fun this morning going on the school bikes. We practiced turn taking and following a simple course.
KS3 progress a fun science lesson today. They explored solids and liquids by melting chocolate, spreading it on biscuits, and then waiting for it to return to a solid. Of course, they enjoyed eating the biscuits when they finished!
Key stage 3 progress learnt about the Islamic story‘Muhammad and the spider’. They also created spiders using hand paint. Take a look at our pictures to see how.
Key stage 3 progress had fun creating paper bridges in science today. They worked in teams and constructed four very different bridges, all of which were successful and were able to hold the plastic animals. Well done KS3P!
Mrs Darcy is really proud of Oliver's sunflowers. They are doing amazing! Well Done
One of our KS3 pupils - Sophie, has been busy planting sunflower seeds with her mum and dad. Her dad's sunflower has been the first to sprout so far, but we're sure yours will catch up soon Sophie! Keep us updated.
One of our KS3 pupils has been enjoying learning about WW2, he's also been completing some very challenging maths work. Well done - we're extremely proud of you!
Great work, we love your monster - it's so creative! We hope you had fun making it.