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  • 28
    Feb

    History - Benin

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    The children were representing the city of Benin in their own way. I love this one from Jasmine made out of Lego! The fences represent the walls and there are roads made of 'sand'. There is the central courtyard housing the palace with turrets and other houses and surrounded by walls. Outside is the rest of the city with walls, sandy roads and houses. Well done Jasmine!
  • 28
    Feb

    History - Benin

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    Jasmine's from another angle.
  • 24
    Feb

    Art - Gustav Klimt

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    Year 5 have been looking at the work of Gustav Klimt and trying to recreate his art for themselves.
  • 24
    Feb

    Art - Gustav Klimt

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    Year 5 have been looking at the work of Gustav Klimt and trying to recreate his art for themselves.
  • 24
    Feb

    Art - Gustav Klimt

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    Year 5 have been looking at the work of Gustav Klimt and trying to recreate his art for themselves.
  • 11
    Feb

    English - Newspaper writing

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    As part of our new topic on recount writing, year 5 had a zoom call with a special visitor. This is Elizabeth the goat who is 3 years old and from a farm in Lancashire. The children then wrote a newspaper report about the event. Elizabeth was obviously very hungry as all she did was eat throughout her time with us on the call!
  • 09
    Feb

    DT - cooking

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    Well done Frances, these cakes look great.
  • 08
    Feb

    DT - cooking

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    Jude made an amazing rocky road as part of his DT lesson today. Well done Jude.
  • 08
    Feb

    DT - recipe design

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    Mason designed an amazing looking cake today - I only hope he gets to actually make it!
  • 05
    Feb

    History - Benin

    Posted by Mrs N Lawday
    Year 5 and 6 are learning about the history of art in Europe and West Africa, and how the appearance of looted Benin art in Europe and America influenced western artists. Well done Jasmine!