R Charlesworth: April 2018
Another busy week has flown by in Base 4. This week the children have combined their work in English with their science- now planting a range of items in the school gardening area to see which, if any, will decompose. The children selected their materials with care, they then measured and weighed them before they were taken outside to be planted. Base 1 have also been interested in this topic so they came to join us- helping us weed the flower beds and then plant our items. All the children really enjoyed this, working with friends, outside in the fresh air, while carrying out a science project- wonderful. We will come back in 6 weeks to see what is left!
The children have also been busy developing their skills in geography- they are planning a route for the city of London to make its way across Europe. The children have been looking at the land and vegetation features of the landscape to plan their journey — however they have to be careful as other cities will be chasing them, should they hide or make a run for it? This is just a snippet of what we have been busy doing this week- I'm excited to begin our work next week...what will Base 4 get up to?
popular recent articlesAlso in the news
Hello,I wanted to email to say thank you for a wonderful harvest celebration that I was lucky enough to be able to attend on Monday! It was lovely to be in the decorated church and be part of the school community. All of the children sang beautifully and I could see how hard everyone had worked towards it (especially with the Harvest Samba which I'm currently very familiar with!!)Thank you...
John Lupton is Regional STEM Co-ordinator and joined us in school yesterday to work with Base 5 as part of our STEM week focus. The following is part of an email he sent to school this morning.'I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and all other members of staff who supported the workshop delivery, especially Debbie for her directions, it was very much appreciated and...
What a lovely email to receive!Hello Wrenbury Primary School, It's Ellie from Sportscape here. I used to do the 1:1 Friday sessions with X. As he is now in Year 7 and I'm back from America I thought I'd send an email to say THANK YOU! Everyone at your school who I spoke to and interacted with was amazing, and the environment and community you have at your school is incredible! I...