What an exciting week we had last week in 2WH. On Wednesday, the children were invited to Rushcliffe School to take part in a gymnastics festival with some friends from other local schools. The children had lots of fun rolling, jumping and stretching and most importantly, working together as a super team. [...]
The children looked amazing in their red clothes for Diwali day. They did some super writing retelling the Diwali story and were busy making colourful Rangoli patterns, mehndi patterns and collages of Lakshmi. The children also enjoyed making clay Diva pots which will be coming home shortly! The classroom walls look lovely with all [...]
To mark the centenary of the end of World War I, we have devoted time to learning more about the people from West Bridgford who lost their lives during this conflict. All children in school have made a poppy in memory of the fallen and 'planted' them outside on what has become our hill of [...]
Year 3 were introduced to The Stone Age. We made shelters, fires, asked questions and re-created cave art!
The children learnt about the traditional fabric of Ghana - Kente Cloth. They made a paper version by painting coloured patterns and black stripes. After everything had dried, they wove the black stripes between the coloured patterns - making their own Kente Cloth.
We had a spoooooky week in Foundation! The children made magic spells to turn their teachers in to witches! Luckily, the magic didn't last for too long... Pumpkins appeared in lots of our challenges this week. They included; Reading the numeral on the pumpkin and counting out the [...]
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As well as meeting an 'Anglo Saxon' year five had a great day learning all about Anglo Saxon clothing, weapons, trials, runes and games.