Lapwings

Abstract Art

February 4th, 2019

As part of our project this half term we have been looking at the work of Picasso and today we had a go at creating our own abstract faces. You will have to come and view the finished works in our gallery .

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Fun in the Snow

February 4th, 2019

We made the most of the snow today and the children had great fun learning to build snowmen , making  footprints, and generally having a great time ! 

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Clay Sculptures

February 1st, 2019

We had an artist  from Southampton art gallery visit today and we learnt how to make a head out of clay!

We carefully followed the instructions we were given and are very proud of our results.

You can come and see them at our gallery on February 27th.

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A Burglary!

January 21st, 2019

The children in Lapwings are very worried to learn the news that  portraits of the queen have been stolen! 

After discussing what we should do next, the children decided that they would come to the rescue and replace the portraits themselves!

This will mean lots of hard work learning all about portraits and how to draw them. 

We will keep you up to date with our progress . 

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PE

January 19th, 2019

We have had a lovely couple of weeks back at school! We have been working on using our apparatus safely and improving our balance. We really enjoy climbing the wall bars and walking along the beams!

 

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Merry Christmas!

December 21st, 2018

We have had a fabulous couple of days in Lapwings enjoying our Christmas celebrations. We enjoyed taking part in Christmas activities in our class and the Swallows and Kestrels yesterday. We had a delicious Christmas dinner and had a visit from Father Christmas! He brought us some brilliant gifts for our classroom and we have loved playing with them today!

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and look forward to welcoming you all again in 2019!

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Born in a Barn

December 19th, 2018

Well done to all the children for working so hard to learn songs and lines for our nativity  play Born in a Barn.

We hope you all enjoyed it and we wish you a very Happy Christmas!

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Project outcome

December 7th, 2018

Thank you so much to everyone that took the time to come and share their children’s learning today. The children were so proud to be able to show off their maps, writing, sketches, Victorian day photos and of course their giant hall map! 

Thanks too for finding the time to create the fabulous models of your homes. We were super impressed and it created a great opportunity for discussion about our area. We are delighted with your feedback and it’s wonderful to hear how many children have taken more interest in the world around them and have been sharing their learning at home with you. We look forward to more Jolly Postman focus and Christmas celebrations in the next couple of weeks!

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Open the Book

November 22nd, 2018

Reverend John brought his friends from ‘Open the Book’ to share a story from the Bible. We really enjoyed watching them act out the story and will be building on this story in the coming weeks…

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Victorian Day

November 15th, 2018

What an amazing day! We used chalk and slate for observational drawings, the girls did some sewing whilst the boys learned to recite ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’. We said ‘God save the Queen’ looking at Queen Victoria’s portrait. We practiced handwriting and did maths using the abacus. The Vicar came to pray with us and we did drill (Victorian PE). We read from the Bible and played a Victorian game. The children were very nervous when Mrs Daniel appeared to inspect their hands, lots were a disgrace! Most lessons were in silence and we were amazed at how well and seriously the children took part. We really loved the experience and the children seemed relieved to get back smiling happy teachers today….we were very strict! Please talk to the children about the differences between then and now and how things have changed at home since that period too.

 

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