Welcome to the Juniors
In our class, we have 24 enthusiastic, wonderful and kind children who are taught by Miss Rouke; Mr Ray and Mr Swain.
We have a 'can-do' attitude, which means that we are always trying our best to be the best version of ourselves in everything we do. We are learning how important it is to tackle challenges with a positive mindset by using our school values in everything we do!
Keep looking at our page regularly to see the fun learning we get up to in the Juniors.
Into the Light
This half term we are learning about light; this includes learning about how it travels; different types of light - artificial and natural sources; the risks of sunlight and much, much more! Keep an eye out on our page to see what else we learn about light.
In Geography, we will be learning about some interesting geographical vocabulary - longitude, latitude, hemisphere, North, East, South, West, time zones and more.
We will also be learning about Kumi Yamashita's amazing sculptures using shadows. We can't wait to make our own!
During our first half term of the year, we learned all about Volcanoes and Earthquakes!
During this topic, we learned about famous volcanoes and Earthquakes.
Can you remember which ones we learned about?
We also learned about forces - friction, gravity, air resistance and water resistance.
Which force did Isaac Newton discover?
During this topic, we learned about Jackson Pollock's style of art - Abstract Expressionism. Then, we had a go at painting in this style, I think we got more paint on ourselves than the paper.
What an exciting topic!