Year 5 started workings as scientists by doing activities about earth and space. Yesterday we tested a variety of rocks using hand lenses and magnifying glasses. We went out on the playground and used chalk to map out the solar system. Today we watched a video about Galileo and Copernicus and had a vote about […]
Today in cooking Turner Class made yummy pizza. We all had lots of fun especially the eating of pizza at the end.
Year 5 pupils from Turner class received their own personal dictionaries today from Tony Darwood and Bridget Youngs (Rotary Club). All year 4 and 5 pupils will receive these over the next few days. Thank you very much.
Children from Year 3 and 5 catch up with their Eco Champs counterparts in Durban. Once we had overcome the inevitable technical difficulties the children presented an overview of the work they had been doing in their project and they heard back from the work the champs are doing in South Africa.
Year 5 bring their Working as Geographers project to an end by revisiting the city river walk they undertook at the start of the project. Much has happened since then; much learning has taken place, and this was evident in the informed way that talked on the walk. When they return to class they will […]
We were invited to attend a short ceremony at City Hall on Tuesday hosted by the Lord Mayor and Sheriff of Norwich. They were marking the end of another successful celebration weekend, presenting certificates to participants and prizes for the winners of the parade.
Updated gallery. A MASSIVE thank you to everyone involved in making yesterday such as special experience. It was wonderful to have Wensum right at the heart of the city’s biggest party. Fabulous atmosphere. Enjoy the gallery.
We returned to St Barnabas Church on Friday afternoon to mark the end of our heritage lottery-funded Working as Historians project. Our lads – heroes of Heigham was out summer term project last year that has continued across this year and ended with the visit to France and Belgium last month. The school community convened in cool […]
Thanks to Mr Swan, Andy, Michelle and Heigham class for getting stuck in in the garden. Bolted salad was picked, tomatoes thinned and staked, cabbages planted, and squash plants put into the the new bed outside the polytunnel. The crops in the keyhole garden are also coming on. Our main aim is to get autumn […]
Families are warmly invited to join us for the closing event to mark the end of our WW1 Working as Historians project: Our Lads – heroes of Heigham. The event will be at St Barnabas Church and will start at 1.45pm and will last approximately 45 minutes. You are welcome to take your children at […]