Over at Mundford we have been working very hard to turn an empty space into a school garden for digging and growing. We have grown vegetables from seed and are looking forward to cooking with them in the summer term. We would like to say a huge thank you to all the parents and helpers who have kindly volunteered their time and resources to help turn our outside space into something “blooming” marvellous.
Hazel Class Home Made Birdfeeders
Elm Class Biomes
Key Assessment Checklists
I have thoroughly enjoyed looking at all the home learning you have been conducting as part of your Design and Technology curriculum. I have been pleased to see all the stages, from the designing and planning through to the finished product. I’ve also read the comments and conversations you have had with your teachers about how you have evaluated and improved on your design. Below are some photos of work that has really caught my eye – well done boys and girls. I will keep a look out for more inspiring design pieces, so check back to see if yours has made an appearance on the website.
Hazel Class and the Waterproof Cars
Here are some photos of the children using saws to cut the axles of their waterproof cars.
DT No Plan Day
Hazel Class enjoyed a DT themed no plan day, involving a teddy bears picnic. They wrote shopping lists, went to the shop, selected and paid for items, weighed and measured ingredients and made biscuits and sandwiches. All rounded off with a picnic in the (wet) woods!
Mad Hatters Tea Party Federation Day
We all thoroughly enjoyed our Mad Hatters Tea Party Federation Day at the end of last half term. We made mad head wear and decorations, aswell as many tasty treats to eat and share at our tea party. The children from both schools loved being together and had great fun playing games on the top field before coming together for the tea party in the afternoon. Thank you to everyone who supported and attended.