Spring Term 2019
Swallows class are well underway with our Anglo-Saxons and Vikings topic and have been enjoying a variety of activities linked to this.
We are particularly looking forward to working with Julian Richards and Claire Ryley later in the term to look at our local history and explore some of the wonderful links our part of Dorset has with the Saxons and Vikings.
Below you will find some photos of the things we have been up to in class. Our focus for the first few weeks in English has been the Viking Saga of Beowulf. We have enjoyed lots of drama activities linked to this and have created a re-enactment of one of the first Viking raids on 'Holy Island' in Lindisfarne,
As always, please do not hesitate to pop in if you have any questions.
NSPCC Number Day. Friday 8th February.
Today we all dressed up with our favourite numbered tops or cool spotty or stripey clothes to celebrate number day. We raised over £115 for the NSPCC. Year 5 mixed with year 6 for fun maths games and challenges. Here are a few pictures from our day.
Safer Internet Day 2019
We had a great day talking about how we can keep ourselves safe on the internet. We asked the question "What is the internet" and tried (with some success) to draw the internet.
We then devised our own Safer Internet Pledge and agreed a series of statements which will help us to keep ourselves and our friends safe on the internet.
We hope you enjoy looking at some of the photographs below.
The children have worked so hard over the holiday producing some amazing space related homework projects. Below are some photos of the wonderful creations!
Peter Thorpe is an American artist, obsessed by space. He creates amazing abstract pictures and collages using a variety of mediums.
Swallows were inspired by his art, and decided to create their own version of his work. The results are stunning!
We have had a great week discussing our topic - Space.
We were interested to know how far away from the sun the planets are, so we went outside armed with toilet rolls and chalk to recreate the solar system on the playground.
We were all very surprised to see how far away the planets are, particularly the gas giants.