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Blog 2018-2019


As part of our new topic the children went on a plane journey to France. They came with their passports and suitcases ready to board the flight. When we arrived in France the children were challenged to recreate the Eiffel tower in teams, we then headed over to the Lascaux caves and made our own cave painting. We finished the day learning some French mime techniques.

Greek Myths

The children received an email from Zeus and were tasked with writing a new selection of Greek myths. We sent them off this week via Hermes, we hope he likes them! The children did a fantastic job.


Ancient Greek Bake Off!

The children in Blue class have been busy designing and making cakes that show what they have learnt about the Ancient Greeks. They were all amazing and tasted delicious!

What do your teeth look like?

To start our topic on teeth and digestion we made our own teeth out of play doh. How many teeth do you have? Do you know what each one does?



Victorian School homework 

Written by members of Blue Class 

For our homework we had to either make a model, draw a picture or write a description of a Victorian classroom. If we made a model we had to take a picture and stick it in our homework books and we have to bring our model into school. 

 I chose to make a model and I even made a Victorian teacher because our topic is the Victorians. I did a model because I had more time and I’m more creative. 

I decided to make a model because I quite like making things at home I am okay with making models at school I just like it more at home for some reason. We all had fun doing that homework.


 Most of the people that made models used cardboard to make the walls of the model.I have made my model out of cardboard too, this is how I made it: first I cut the top off a small cardboard box, then I painted the box and made some people out of cardboard and paper while I waited for the paint to dry.


Some of Blue Class have been busy making models of a Victorian classroom.

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