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Summer 1 - Heroes and villains

Celebrating the Queen's Jubilee

As part of our topic this week, the children have been exploring how to make secondary colours by using primary colours in preparation for their Andy Warhol inspired art work.

Colour mixing

Children enjoying their weekly chess lesson

We had fun investigating the strength of different magnets

Singing and dancing to Heads Shoulders Knees and Toes in French (Tete, epaules, genoux et pieds)!

Welcome back! Our topic this term is Heroes and Villains.                     

There are many heroes and heroines, including Mary Seacole and Martin Luther King, but who do you admire the most? Learn and sing songs about the infamous villains, Bonnie and Clyde and Cruella de Vil. Write a riddle, a comic strip and change a traditional tale, develop dialogue and character and a biographical article.  Can you do a good deed that changes the world? Perhaps we can be heroes, just for one day?

This week in English, the children have been really enjoying reading a wide selection of traditional fairy tales, ready to create their own twisted version of the story.

Children enjoying reading the traditional fairy tales

In maths, the children have been using their rounding skills to firstly round and then estimate a range of addition and subtraction sums.


Can you answer the sheet below?