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November 22, 2017: Story Mapping
In our English today we were looking at the story of 'The Quest' and creating a story map of the key points in the tale. Instead of drawing each part of the story we thought we'd use emoji.



November 21, 2017: Acting an Emotion
Class7 were acting out scenes from "The Quest" as part of their English work. We froze them at certain parts and asked them what emotion they were showing.



November 16, 2017: A Quick Quiz
Here's a quick science challenge for Lower School; If you put your hand up in front of your mouth, about 10cm way from your face, and then whisper the word "push", what can you feel and why? Click on 'comment' below and leave a message explaining what is happening.



November 15, 2017: Scarlet's Story Book
Scarlet, in Cl7, has been busy creating her own little story book at home that she is really proud of. Class 7 listened to it and they loved it too.



November 10, 2017: Seven's Super Scientists
Superb scientific research, from a collection of crazy scientists in class7.



November 9, 2017: Kandinsky Creations
We've been creating our own versions of famous art using concentric circles for lights in the sky, and cross hatch patterns drawn to represent the buildings of a city.



October 24, 2017: Maya's Stone Age Maze Game
Maya has been helping to test a new version of a maze creator* within PurpleMash, and she has designed a brilliant game based on our topic. Try out her Stone Age maze game and see if you can collect all the shells... Click here to play *there may be some bugs that are still being ironed out.



October 20, 2017: What a topic!
Well our first half term topic has come to an end. We started by asking the question "Did the Flintstones get it right?", and now we can answer that question. There was lots of fun, creativity and of course writing over the last 6 weeks.



October 18, 2017: Stonehenge Sunsets
As we come to the end of our half term project, we have created some wonderful artwork of a Stonehenge silhouette in front of a stunning sunset. Here are just a few examples of their creations.



October 13, 2017: Stonehenge never looked so tasty...
Today, class 7 built models of Stonehenge using biscuits. Never mind sarsen stones, we had complicated custard creams, pesky pink wafers, baffling bourbons and strangely difficult shortbread biscuits to make our Stonehenge models with. We followed our class instructions, which we had written earlier in the week. Class 7 were amazing at working in teams and evaluating their designs. They were also brilliant at resisting the temptation to eat Stonehenge whilst it was being built! Well done everyone! Biscuit Stonehenge


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