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Spring 2: Splendid Skies

Week 1

This week in our Computing lesson we have been learning all about how to copyright our digital work. We used an app called Doodle Buddy to draw self portraits and we made sure we wrote our names and date on our work. All of the children enjoyed doing this.

Week 2


This week in our Art lesson we have been experimenting with colour and learning all about primary colours, secondary colours and shades of colours. We really enjoyed experimenting and mixing lots of different colours.

In our Science lesson this week we have been investigating shadows. We used torches and different objects to make the shadows and concluded that we need light to make shadows.

In our Computing lesson this week we have been learning how to safely search for images online. We used 'safesearchkids' as a search engine to search for images of animals.

Week 3


This week in our Art lesson we started creating a painting in the style of a famous Japanese artist called Hokusai. The painting we are using to inspire our work is called 'The Great Wave of Kanagawa.' This week we used colour mixing to make a grey colour paint and then used sponge printing to paint our sky. We then used lines to design our waves.

In our Computing lesson this week we learned all about staying 'SMART' online. Speak to a member of Hazel class to find out what each letter in the word SMART means to us.

Week 4

This week is British Science Week! We have been celebrating all things Science! The theme this year is Connections and so we learnt all about fingerprints and how they are connected to us. We then went on to print our own fingerprints and looked at the patterns that were made.

Week 5

This week we have been measuring in Maths lessons. We have been using the words longer, taller, and shorter to compare lengths. We have also been measuring length using cubes. 

Week 6

This week in Maths we have been comparing weight using our hands and the more accurate method of balancing scales! We learned that the heavier the object, the lower it sits on the balancing scales.