Welcome to Whitby Class!
Spring Term - 2020
This term our topic is H2O
In Science we have been really busy looking at how important water is to our lives and how it is cleaned so we can drink it. We have built our own water filters using empty pop bottles, stones, sand, cotton wool and paper layers. We filled them with muddy water from the field to see how clean we could get it.
Our class reading book this term was the Iron Man by Ted Hughes. In the first chapter of the book, the Iron Man falls down a cliff and breaks into pieces before rebuilding himself! We have written our own Haiku poems about this.
Later in the story, the Iron Man is trapped in a huge dirt pit by the local farmers. The children have written a first person account of how the Iron Man would feel after he had managed to escape the pit...
In History we have looked at Romans. We have enjoyed enrolling in Gladiator school during our Commando Joe lessons and have used roman artefacts to inspire our artwork. We have sketched each item in our sketch books, made coin rubbings from roman coins and designed our own mosaics! Take at look at our work in the slideshow below!
Autumn Term - 2019
Welcome to a new school year in Whitby Class. This term our school topic is Mission and we have been following the adventures of Ed Stafford who walked the length of the Amazon river. We have undertaken our mission to get fit and face our own challenges based on Ed's adventures. Here we are trying to cross the Amazon river whilst carrying our survival equipment!
Our class book is The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. We are busy writing descriptive pieces about Mr Tumnus the Faun and what it might be like if we were to travel to Narnia.
In RE we have been looking at homes and trying to answer the question: What makes a house a home? We have used one word to describe what our homes mean to us...
We have also looked at religious homes including our church. As part of Jewish week, we looked at the religious home for Jews - the Synagogue - and some of the items and dress they wear and use to worship.