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Juniors (21-22)

In our Junior's class, we have 24 wonderful children in Year 3, 4, 5 and 6. These enthusiastic, amazing children are taught by Miss Parkin, Mr Layhe-Humphreys and Mr Ray. Keep checking out our page to see the fun things we get up to in our class. You will see wonderful examples of how the children are compassionate, demonstrate perseverance and support their community, as well as, the amazing learning that they do! 

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Spring Two 

DIGESTIVE DETECTIVES

This half term we will be learning lots of interesting things about the digestive system!

Autumn Two 

This half term, we are learning about SPACE

We have been learning about the solar system, including making the Solar System out of papier-mache. We are learning about the order of the planets, how they differ, what the solar system is and much more! 

Watch this space for some great work, from an awesome class!

Peter Thorpe

We have been learning about Peter Thorpe and looking at his artwork. We have recreated his artwork and now we have taken his art and used it to inspire our own space-themed work! We are very proud of the art we have produced. Take a look at the display in the Junior Classroom. 

AUTUMN ONE 

                                                                    

This half term, we will be learning about the historical event

THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC   

 

 

 

 

We will also be learning about 

Will it float?

 

To kick start our topic of The Titanic, the Juniors were given the task of building their own boats. In groups, they had to work together to construct a boat using only glue, paper and scissors. It was tricky but they all rose to the challenge and manage to create some amazing crafts. Then we tested them in the sink to see how many passengers (cubes) they would hold.

Bikeability

 

On 7th and 8th of September, Year 4,5 and 6 had the opportunity to undertake their Bikeability training. During the two days, the pupils learned how to ride their bikes safely, signal when turning and how to use junctions while riding on the road. All of the Juniors that took part did an amazing job as always and managed to complete both their Level 1 and 2 Bikeabilty training. 

 

Working Scientifically...

This week, we have worked hard to try and think about investigations we could carry out. To help our thinking, we looked at the types of scientific inquiries we could do and thought of some questions! These questions were based around investigations we could do with an assortment of biscuits... then we got to eat them! 

 

 

...Photos to come... 

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