“Gassed”

In Art this week, we looked at the World War 1 image “gassed”. We looked at how it does/doesn’t fit in with British Values and then we recreated the image in the hall. The children used toilet paper as lint, holding onto their partner in front to show their slow walk to death.

 

 

Constellations

The children have looked at all the types of constellations and learned their own star signs. We used pasta, black tissue paper and white-tac to recreate our own versions. Some will be shown in our class assembly tomorrow! We hope you can come to watch their learning in action!

 

 

 

 

 

Vast Space

To understand how small we really are on Earth, the children used glitter on black paper to identify all stars and solar systems in the Universe and put into perspective how many undiscovered things are out there! This helped the children with their introduction ready for our debate about aliens on Friday.

Ancient Greece

Year 5 finished off their Ancient Greece topic with a bang! They designed chariots inspired from that period of time in history. We began by looking at different chariots and designing our own before using shoe boxes/cereal boxes to create the body of it. They were extremely careful and resilient with their cutting, sawing, manoeuvring and painting. Great team work and a lovely way to end a topic they have been so hooked by!

 

 

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