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Year 5 investigate forces

October 23, 2015
Year 5 took advantage of the sunny weather to get outside and investigate forces. They used balls, bean bags, hoops and ropes – and each other!  Can you tell which forces they are investigating?
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Y5-Caitlin-Maisie-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Connah-Mackenzie-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Hannah-Kelly-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Jess-Paige-M-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Layla-Amellia-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Lucy-Jo-Kacey-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Paige-F-Ellie-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Phoebe-Ben-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Phoenix-Syvania-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Roise-Lucy-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Sarah-Natasha-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Tazmin-Scarlet-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Tug-of-War-2-Investigating-Forces

Y5-Tug-of-War-3Investigating-Forces

Y5-Tug-of-War-4-Investigating-Forces

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Y2 Pirate Day

October 22, 2015
Yo-ho me Mateys.  Year 2 be dressing as Pirates!  Them scurvy land-dogs be followin' the treasure map to where the X marks the spot.  It's pieces of eight and a shiverin' timber all round, else ye'll be a-walking the plank!  Argh.
Finding-the-first-clue.

Making-Pirate-Flags

Off-to-find-some-treasure

Reading-a-clue.

Yo-ho-me-mateys

Rugby Homework

October 21, 2015
One of the tasks on this half term's homework pyramid was to make a rugby ball.  Simple!
We-made-rugby-balls

Afternoon Nursery get busy!

October 14, 2015
It's all learning in afternoon nursery.  All the time.  All learning all the time.  All the children, all learning in all the areas all the time.  Lots of busy learning!
Brothers-building-together

Busy-outside.

Busy-using-the-scissors.

Climbing

Counting-fingers

Counting-the-candles-on-the-cake

Making-a-model

Riding-the-bike

Threading-beads

Writing-a-list

Y4 Misty Mountains

October 9, 2015
Plate Tectonics comes to Y4. We took the land! We forged the land! Behold - we created… a Mighty Mountain!
1.-Flattening-out-the-layers

2.-Shaping-layers-of-rock

4.-Layering

5.-Layers-ready

6.-Creating-the-fold

7.-Creating-the-fold

8.-Pushing-the-folds-to-make-a-mountain-appear

9.-A-mountain-appears

October 2, 2015
Nursery have been busy!
Building-towers.1

Enjoying-snack-time-yum1

Learning-to-be-independent.1

Learning-to-ride-a-bike.1

Playing-in-the-lego1

Spinning-around-the-pole1

Taking-the-dolly-to-the-shops.1

Using-the-firemans-pole.1

Zooming-in-his-car-11

Y3 Cave Painters

October 2, 2015
Year Three have been learning about the Stone Age, and this week had a go at making their own cave paintings. They were excellent! So good in fact that maybe one day in 1000 years, archaeologists of the future will dig up Viewley Hill Academy and conclude that school dinners were Woolly Mammoth twizzlers.
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Y1/2 Trip to Danby Wood

October 1, 2015
Danby Wood, it's so good, the photos keep on coming!
1-Rob-from-the-Visitor-Centre-talked-to-us-about-he-animals

2-Finding-out-what-the-animals-felt-like-to-touch

3-The-owl-felt-lovely-and-soft

4-Outside-we-collected-leaves-and-feathers-to-make-a-natural-picture

5-This-is-an-owl-we-made-with-leaves-feathers-and-sticks

6-After-lunch-we-went-for-a-walk-in-the-woods

7-We-had-to-follow-a-map-to-find-clues

8-Then-we-went-on-a-minibeast-hunt-and-found-a-woodlouse

9-We-also-found-a-millipede

Y1/2 work with the Beebot

October 1, 2015
Miss Robson got the Beebot out.  Children had to find out how to get the Beebot from beginning to end over the mat.  Go go coding, Y1 and Y2!
2-We-have-pressed-the-buttons-to-choose-which-way-he-has-to-go

3-We-checked-the-number-of-squares-to-make-sure-we-were-correct

4-We-watched-him-move-along-the-squares

Y1 and Y2 trip to Danby Wood

September 24, 2015
Year 1 and Year 2 went to Danby Wood.  There were creatures lurking...
Anthea-was-our-teacher.-She-knew-lots-about-the-trees-and-animals.

Stroke-them-carefully

This-statue-could-talk.

We-hunted-for-minibeasts.

We-looked-at-lots-of-different-animals.

We-loved-it-in-Crow-Wood.

We-made-animal-masks.

We-sat-on-toadstools-to-listen-to-instructions.

We-used-a-map-to-find-our-way-1

We-went-on-a-Gruffalo-hunt.

We-went-to-Danby-on-our-trip.

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