Being very careful scientists, the children of Owl class have been dissecting flowers, drawing them and identifying all the different reproductive parts. There was a lot of very careful observing followed by drawing and labelling of the flower.
Here are a few pictures that you are welcome to download of the Christmas Plays that took place in December. Butterfly and Ladybird Classes Ladybird Class Penguin Class 1 Penguin Class 2 Parrot Class Koalas Class 1 Koalas Class 2 Koalas Class 3 Koalas Class 4 Wombat Class 1 Wombat Class 2 Wombat Class 3 Wombat Class 4 Owl Class 1 Owl Class 2
In dance, Owl class has been learning the Haka. Inspired by watching clips of this performed at rugby matches, this week, the children have been creating their own Hakas. They look pretty scary to me!
In the run up to Christmas, Owl class turned their hand to baking. Pastry was rolled out and mince pies made, along with different shaped Christmas cookies. These were all enjoyed at the Christmas carol concert. The children also made individual Christmas cakes which they expertly decorated before taking home to (hopefully) share with their families.
In Owl class we linked our art and DT together to make Christmas stockings. Inspired by the work of William Morris, the children sketched ivy and poinsettias. They then simplified these sketches to create a design for a lino cut. Once the lino cut was carved, the children carefully printed onto white fabric. A template was drawn and the stockings were cut out. After
For our Victorian school day Owl class transformed into the girls classroom. Both year 5 and 6 girls came together (once they had paid for their education that is). The girls enjoyed Mrs Beaton’s (A.K.A Mrs Christopherson’s) baking session which was followed by music and a good old fashioned rendition of all things bright and beautiful. The girls then went out for some fresh
Owl class has been investigating materials and their changes. We have completed many exciting practical investigations, including an investigation into how to insulate ice hands. The photos show children exploring the materials they chose to wrap the ice hands in, and how well they were insulated. We have loved this science topic so much and are so pleased that it will continue into next
Owl class has loved working with Luke this term, we have been learning new rhythms and breaks on the Djembe drums (you may have noticed tapping and clapping at home as children have practised the breaks). Our favourite break to learn this term was the Mozart break, which fitted into our Victorian topic beautifully. The Masha rhythm was tricky but most of us mastered
Despite the weather we are having a great time.