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Welcome back after a lovely Easter break. I hope you all had a good Easter :).  This term we will  be writing letters based on the text 'The Day The Crayons Quit' and have been writing persuasive letters to our class glue sticks who are currently on strike!  In Maths our focus this term will be on preparing for SATS (Special Agent Training) and we shall cover shape, measure and time.  We will continue with our learning on Egypt and the River Nile, and will be producing some different pieces of art related to this. Please see our Yearly Overview tab below for a outline of what is being covered in all lessons. Please also see the 'Remote Learning Tab' for lessons to access when you are absent.


Please note: Stone Age to Iron Age will be taught in the last term after May half term to allow us to prepare better for SATS. 


Please click on the 'Remote Learning' tab above for lessons and activities If your child is absent from school or isolating at home. 

Monday Stick Insect Antics!

Counting Money with Fruit Kebabs!

Today we were set the tasty task of designing, drawing and labelling our own tasty fruit kebab! We labelled our kebabs and chose different pieces of fruit that were worth different amounts of money. Then, we added up how much each of our kebabs was worth to test our money counting skills. 


What a healthy and tasty breaktime snack! The raspberry macaroon treat was obviously an added bonus! wink

Our finished dragon eye clay sculptures!

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Faith, Hope and Love in Rowan Class

Our Stinky and Tasty Adjective Hunt today! What other foods would we find in Little Red Riding Hood's forest?

Today we became parents to some Jelly Babies! We were set the challenge of naming them, giving them an identity and designing and building homes for them! We also designed a healthy lunch for them and some of us took our babies to playgroup! Emily set up a whole nursery of Jelly Babies and routinely checked on them throughout our break times. Bradley had a very naughty baby who needed lots of body guards to keep his baby safe! Some babies had caravans and various modes of transport created, such as Raffey's Jelly Journier'! 


Sadly parenthood in the heat took its toll on our Year 2 and 3's today, and some babies may have been eaten in the process by 3pm. We still had a wonderful time and lots of fun! 

What a super day we had at the SeaCity Museum in Southampton! Our tour guide Andy taught us lots of new facts about the Titanic and we impressed him with our lovely listening, knowledge and enthusiasm too! Highlights included the artefact guessing game, the ice cube sinking challenge, the lifeboat passenger debate and our sound map building activity. We also enjoyed the Titanic steering game and stoking a fire for the engine room! We learned that the White Star Line always named their ships with 'ic' at the end, and that the dummy funnel played a huge part in one mans fight for survival. A BIG thank you to Mrs Dorans and Mrs Cooke for being designated drivers and helpers, and for Stella's mum for our radio shout-out that made our journey back in the minibus just that more exciting! Well done to the children for such a wonderful day out yes.

Terrific Titanic

What a wonderful day we have had outside! The sun shone all day for us as we weeded, dug up the veg patches, made bug hotels, planted seeds and enjoyed a nice biscuit (or two!) and lunch outside. We enjoyed making our own mini hedgehogs out of clay and the twigs we collected on the field. Then, we finished off the day discussing how we were going to care for our new stick insect eggs! We will be keeping an eye on our new creepy crawly pets and their habitat as they hatch into nymphs.  It has been so special to have everyone back together. Great gardening Rowan class yes

Lest We Forget

To remember those brave soldiers that fought for our country, we have created some beautiful soldier silhouette art. We started by ripping and tea staining the poem ‘In Flanders Field’ so it looked like it had been tucked into a soldiers pocket all through the war. Then, we designed and filled in our silhouettes with markers before getting messy with paint and oil pastel poppies.  Please see photos below to check out our outcomes!



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Binsted C of E Primary

Church Street, Binsted, Alton,

GU34 4NX