Key Stage 2
EASTER EGG COMPETITION
Look at these amazing entries! Keep your eyes peeled in Brungerley Park. One of these beauties will be part of the Spring Surprise Trail! Let us know if you spot it!
CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH WEEK AND ORCHARDS FOR SCHOOLS
Next week is Children's Mental Health Week. On Wednesday 3rd March we are taking a break from our screens and heading off into the great outdoors to plant trees and spend a bit of time with mother nature!
WEAVING - WAS IT GOOD FOR OUR MENTAL HEALTH?
Yes! Look at us having a go at weaving using scraps of wool and old bits of card. We found it very relaxing and are really proud of our results!
THE RSPB BIG GARDEN BIRDWATCH
We have loved designing and making our bird feeders and they are now ready to be hung on the trees in the school grounds. Both the in school and at home learners will be birdwatching on Friday 29th January from 2:00 - 3:00pm - weather permitting. Happy twitching everyone!
CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION ZOOM!
We hope you all enjoyed the Y5 and Y6 performance of the famous poem! We all enjoyed performing it for you! Merry Christmas!
KINDNESS DAY 2020
In a world where you can be anything.....be kind!
CHILDREN IN NEED 2020
Thankyou to you all! We reached our £70 target! The children all looked so cheerful in their colourful clothes and the duck designs were fabulous! Can you see yours on the picture below?
WHAT STUCK WITH YOU THIS HALF TERM?
To finish off this half term we have all been thinking about what we can remember learning. There has been so much!
HARVEST CELEBRATION WORSHIP
A huge THANKYOU for all the donations for the foodbank. Harry's harvest box is full to the brim!
Year 5 and 6 performed a poem and some Class 2 children read out their acrostic poems during our worship. Thankyou!
We had a very exciting morning today! Gemma came in to teach us all about the importance of having a positive growth mindset. We all have some practical ideas that will help us deal with negative thoughts. Thankyou Gemma!
We have been busy finding out WHERE people have been during lockdown. We really enjoyed using Digimaps to find our favourite places!
We have been busy finding out HOW everybody has been during lockdown.
THE ART OF THE BRICK ART EXHIBITION IN MANCHESTER
We really enjoyed our visit to the exhibition. Everything was made from LEGO. It was amazing!
We analysed different portrait styles and discussed the use of colour. We then adapted our pencil portraits to create some fabulous effects. We are getting very good at mixing our own shades and colours now!
We used an atlas to locate and name countries in the 'Ring of Fire'. We used lines of latitude and longitude to find exact locations. We are getting much more confident when presenting our finding to the class.
We had great fun developing our fieldwork skills in our local environment.
We made the water cycle out of LEGO! Can you see our labels for the different stages of the water cycle?
We have worked hard to develop our chronological knowledge of the British Timeline. We have a very clever way of remembering all the main time periods and enjoyed presenting this to parents!
We invited Mr Darlington into school; he is a local history expert. We asked him lots of questions about the history of our village and presented our findings in the form of a booklet.
We have looked at what makes a community and we appreciate that there are a range of identities in the UK. We enjoyed looking at the Divali celebrations around the world.
We had a sneaky peek inside the Bolton - by - Bowland polling station on election day; we found it really interesting and it made learning about democracy relevant.
We celebrated mental health awareness day by wearing yellow.
KS2 DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
We designed and started to make our BbyB bunting just before lockdown.
We represented physical features of our local landscape using felt and other materials.