After much measuring, cutting, gluing, strengthening, designing templates and nets, our lighthouses were ready to be lit. Pupils constructed circuits with switches to enable their lighthouses to flash on and off. We then photographed them using our stormy seascapes as backdrops.
Class Two have been finding out about different puppets that are used around the world. They have looked carefully at what puppets are made of and how the materials are joined. They have learnt how to use the overstitch and the running stitch to join fabric. Watch this space to see what they will be designing and making!
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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Class 3! A little early maybe, but pupils have been designing and making mini fabric Christmas jumpers, which will hang on candy canes for our forthcoming Christmas Fair on Tuesday 10th December 3:30pm.
They look beautiful and will help to raise funds for our PTFA.
As part of our work on the rule of law, Class 3 were lucky enough to have a visit from two local Magistrates. They explained to us the difference between the Magistrates and Crown Court and the reason why it is important to have laws. They also told us about what happens if the law is broken and a crime is committed.
It was a very informative afternoon and the children learned lots about our judicial system.
The children of class two are very talented. They shared their talents with the rest of the class during our class talent show on Thursday afternoon. The children showed what good dancers and singers they are and what fantastic basketball and diablo skills they have. They shared stories they had written as well as performing magic tricks and counting to ten in Korean!