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Let's go fly a kite...

posted 8 Dec 2020, 10:37 by Bethany Wells

In DT this week, Cedars have been bringing their kite designs to life with the range of materials provided for them. After a very productive lesson everyone had a kite to show for all their hard work with some great individual designs added to them. 

Tudor monarchs

posted 28 Nov 2020, 12:01 by Bethany Wells

Our writing focus for this week has been creating an advert for a new Tudor monarch, a lot of us are hoping the new King or Queen will be kinder than Henry VIII! We've also been comparing Elizabeth II's role of queen to those that reigned over England between 1485 and 1603. We were interested in the fact that she played a role in WW2 as a mechanic and truck driver as well as learning that she currently reigns over 16 countries. 

Topic Day

posted 8 Nov 2020, 11:03 by Bethany Wells

This week, Cedars have travelled back in time to 1485 to the start of Henry Tudor's reign in England. We spent time on Monday looking at Tudor coins and using our observations of these to influence our own coin designs. Some of us even challenged ourselves to include Latin writing on our designs and had great fun learning the Latin words for King and Queen. 

Autumn 1 Week 4

posted 4 Oct 2020, 06:30 by Bethany Wells

It has been a busy few weeks in Cedars as we continue to look at our Rainforest topic. We have written our own stories based on the animals we have learnt that live in the rainforest, after looking at lots of short stories to inspire us. This week, we have also put together an information guide about rainforests which include all of the interesting facts we have learnt since coming back to school in September. In our Computing lessons, we have been learning how to create a PowerPoint and adding in pictures and transitions to make our slide shows interesting to our audience. We have been continuing to learn our street dance in PE which is nearly finished and looking great! 

Autumn 1 Week 2

posted 19 Sept 2020, 09:33 by Bethany Wells

This week has been full of lots of exciting lessons for Cedars, with many of these based on our new topic called Rainforest. We have learnt where rainforests can be found in the world as well as how the weather is different from that in the UK and the different layers found there. We have started an art project based on the animals that live in the rainforest and enjoyed drawing and sharing our artwork with the class. A few of our other favourite lessons of the week have included our French lesson where we were learning members of the family and continuing to learn our street dance in our PE lesson. 

Autumn 1 week 1

posted 10 Sept 2020, 08:39 by Anna Rust

This week we have been settling back into school. We have enjoyed seeing our friends and getting to know our new classmates. We have started learning about our new topic, Rainforests as well as completing some maths and literacy activities. We have enjoyed getting to know our new teacher, Miss Wells and getting into a new routine around the school. 

Traders and Raiders

posted 13 Mar 2020, 06:40 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 13 Mar 2020, 06:41 ]

Our topic this half term is called Traders and Raiders. We have been learning about the history of the Vikings and Anglo-Saxons, researching what they were like, where they were from, where they lived and what day to day life was like for them. This week we have investigated the clothing worn by Anglo-Saxons and learnt about their travel from Denmark, Norway and Sweden in Longboats. We even created our own longboat in the classroom and used shields made in art/DT lessons to re-enact the arrival of the Saxons.

Misty Mountain Sierra

posted 15 Nov 2019, 04:12 by C Wallis

Mighty mountain peak above the morning mist, imposing and eternal, rocky outcrops at their feet. 

This half term Cedars are studying the topic 'Misty Mountain Sierra'. So far we have explored the different mountains around the world and found them on a topographical map. The children now know how to identify different mountain ranges using a key, as well as know which colours show the highest mountain peaks. 

This week we have started making an information booklet about four mountains that the children have chosen. Cedars are thoroughly enjoying this topic so far and are looking forward to using different mediums in art to produce images of a variety of mountain ranges they have studied.   

Gods and Mortals

posted 2 Oct 2019, 02:26 by C Wallis

From nothingness came chaos, from chaos came air and water, from air and water came life! 

This half term cedars have been learning all about ancient Greece, involving the fantastic mythical creatures, legendary heroes and who lives at Mount Olympus. The children have thoroughly enjoyed the topic so far and have produced some incredible art work which is displayed in our classroom, as well as around the school. 

This week we have looked at the story of Medusa and Athena. On Monday we watched a video on the story and created our very own storyboard. Tomorrow the children will be producing their own versions of Medusa and Athena, which they are very excited about! The children's stories which really capture this historical myth will be published on our class page. 

July

posted 18 Jul 2019, 03:50 by Anna Rust

Wow, I can’t believe it’s nearly the nearly of this academic year! We have concluded our Scrumdiddlyumptious topic by learning about teeth. We found out about the different types and what they are used for and then made a model using marshmallows. We have also completed art in the style of Kandinsky and revised maths concepts in order to solve mysteries. Tomorrow we are going to church for the Leavers’ Assembly.  

I hope you have a peaceful, relaxing break before returning to school on Wednesday 4th September. 

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