We have been studying the Victorian artist, William Morris. We are now creating our our tapestries by weaving thread just like they did in the Victorian era!        … Read More

We are now in our third week of learning about the Latin language and culture. It’s been cool finding out the Latin origins of English words. We even picked Latin names for ourselves!… Read More

We have heard from so many different professionals about their jobs and their journeys to this point. Some of us didn’t know soldiers could be musicians or that women could be engineers. We’ve been inspired to think about what we might like to do in the future!  … Read More

Team 3 had a very interesting day experiencing school has a Victorian child. Some of us though it was very strict and boring just reciting times tables and wearing the dunce hat! We spent the morning copying from the chalkboard and learning about The Empire. We tried very hard to remember the names of all… Read More

We went to the Wonderlab at the Science Museum and had lots of fun trying, playing and exploring science. We went on friction testing slides, we went on pulley chairs and saw a show all about electricity.… Read More

We learnt that light travels in straight lines, reflecting (bouncing) off objects. Periscopes use mirrors to make things around bends or above water visible. We decided to make our own periscopes to see around corners!      … Read More

We started our new Science topic, light. We shared things we already knew about light then discovered we need it to see things.  … Read More

Yesterday, we learnt that multiplication calculations can also be shown in arrays. An array is when you show how many equal groups there are. We used counters to show different arrays and then created a ‘What Makes Good…’ checklist to use when we solve more multiplication calculations independently.  … Read More

Today, we learnt that multiplication is the same as adding the same number again and again. We used number beads to help us make groups of equal amounts and then combined the numbers together to find the total.  … Read More