We checked our earwig houses for occupants. Then we made up mythical stories.
We made ancient-style coil pots from clay.
We created Andy Goldsworthy-style art using natural materials.
Visitors came from Derwen College to talk about Agnes Hunt.
Micro habitat - pond dipping
Teamwork makes the dream work!
We considered ivy as a habitat, and all the little animals it helps. Then we went looking for some!
“From Beach Ball to Banana”: a lesson in compass points and directions.
In the playground, we found acorns that had started to grow into oak trees.
A police officer came to talk to us about safety.
We examined real live woodlice, then sculpted them in clay.
We investigated the Forest School area as a habitat for animals and plants.
Y2 and Y3 worked together to produce entertaining and informative talks.
The boys thought about how they could use humour to engage a young audience.
We researched woodlice and their habitat, then scripted talks for younger children.
We made ’Fraction Museums’
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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