Please look out each week for pictures of the work that children have been doing in class throughout the school.
28th April 2017
PERU CLASS VISIT THE IW COLLEGE
On Thursday morning, Year 5 visited the Isle of Wight College’s STEM (Science, Technology, Education and Maths) Centre. For our first session, we worked on robotics and learnt how robots can self-program to find the shortest route between two points. In our second session, we looked at a rig which measured distance and temperature. We investigated whether it was accurate and how we could change the programming. We all had a good time and enjoyed our experience.
7th April 2017
KENYA CLASS DANCE
In Kenya Class as part of our P.E, we have been doing dancing with our dance teacher, Leigh .We have been learning lots of fun dance routines. Leigh has taught us awesome dance moves and how to put our bodies into different shapes.
We took part in a very exciting warm up. The class had to get in a circle and put our feet in the middle, and kick our legs up in the air, like a Mexican wave. It was great fun.
Leigh, also taught us four different dances and lots of fun activities. She lets us make up our own dance routines and create some moves with a partner. We were really impressed with some of the routines our classmates created.
Report written by Zane, Holly, Ruby, Hannah, Faith, and Alfie.
31st March 2017
In Maths, Year 3 have been playing games to practice doubling numbers.
24th March 2017
China Class visited Pan Mill Nature Reserve.
17th March 2017
India Class have been looking at Indian patterns. Here are a few of their designs.
10th March 2017
In England Class we have been reading The Blue Penguin. We used blues and white to make icy pictures and then added our penguins.
3rd March 2017
Polly Ho-Yen’s Visit
On Tuesday 14th February, Year 6 were lucky enough to have the author from our favourite book of the year come in to talk to us about writing. Her books were ‘Boy in the Tower’ and ‘Where Monsters Lie’, but she mostly talked to us about ‘Boy in the Tower’ because that was the one we had read as a class.
She showed us how she planned for ‘Boy in the Tower’ and gave us some top tips on how to be epic authors. Most people would say that the best part of the day was when Polly Ho-Yen signed everyone’s books. I think everyone would really like to do it again.
Written by Macey
17th February 2017
On Wednesday, Year 5 presented their class assembly to the school, friends and family. The assembly was based on a book they had been reading as part of their English topic. The book was called The Viewer and was written by Shaun Tan and Gary Crew. Our assembly was a mix of the story and some of the work we had written ourselves. We were very pleased with how it went because everyone performed confidently and remembered their cues.
Left to Rust
The city dump stretched over the drifting sand,
A vast crescent littered with the detritus of a carless people.
A grandfather clock, run -down watch, clutters the dump and dirt
Springs strewed all around, a toaster laying on the ground
A high pitched horn hidden in, the sand
A vortexes nose-dived in, the ground
A worn out coatrack, a batted hat, standing by the spray
A half-buried tea pot, a chipped lid to match.
10th February 2017
Kenya Class have been very busy out and about on a geography field trip. We travelled on a bus to get us to the car ferry. We wanted to ask the public about “Why are you on the ferry and where are you going?”. As a special treat the Captain let us all go on the Bridge!
3rd February 2017
This week, Australia Class have been learning about mass, and weighing objects using scales.
27th January 2017
On Monday 23rd January, the whole school went to Barton Primary to watch a performance of Cinderella. China Class told us their favourite bits!
20th January 2017
On Monday 16th January, Chloe Inkpen, the author and illustrator, came to Summerfields to talk about her stories. This is what India Class thought about the Zoe and Beans story “Pants on the moon”!
13th January 2017
Here are some poetry journals (pictures below) drawn by children in England class.