Hazel Class Spring Term 2021

Take a look at some of the fantastic work our Hazel Home Heroes who have been busy completing their learning missions at home!

Our new topic for his half term is Changes, where we’re going to be exploring the wonderful changes that happen around us as well as to us.

In History and DT we’re going to be exploring the question, how have clothes changed?

We’re going to be travelling back in time to look at the types of clothes worn by people in different historical periods. Then we’re going to have a go at designing our own item of clothing and then creating it using our sewing skills!

In Geography, our key question is: ‘How does the weather change?’ To answer this, we’re going to exploring human and physical features of different parts of the world as well as the weather patterns.

In Science, we’re going to looking at nocturnal animals as well as the materials that surround us to help us answer the question: How do materials change? We’re going to take a look at colour, changes in materials as well as what materials are used for.

We’re going to continue our Computing, Music learning, thinking about how we can stay safe online and playing instruments in Music!

In R.E, our important question is: What does the Cross mean to Christians?.

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Miss Gannon

Take a look at what we did in the Autumn Term!

This half term our topic is Night at the Museum.

In Hazel Class, we’ve been exploring what museums are, whilst going on some virtual tours of museums, thinking about the things we’d find in museums as well as why museums are important.

What are we reading at the moment?
This is our class reader!

In our English Lessons, we’ve been exploring this book:

We’ve been writing persuasive letters, take a look at some here:

In P.E, we are going to become clowns! We’re going to be creating some performance dance, thinking about how we can move our bodies to create movements similar to clowns.

In Science, we’ve been learning about animals, including amphibians, birds, reptiles and mammals.

Take a look at some of the amphibians and reptiles we have created using playdough. Can you guess what animals they might be?

In Art, we’ve been learning about the primary colours and been mixing these to create our own colours. We then used these colours to create a piece of artwork inspired by Piet Mondrian named the Composition with Yellow, Blue and Red.