Blog Category: Kestrels
World Book Day
Lot's of reading for pleasure taking place in Kestrels today.
All of the costumes are great. We spent time thinking about the meaning of our vocabulary and using it in sentences to make these signs.
Kestrels Ribchester Roman Museum visit
We had an excellent day out in Ribchester, exploring the museum, handling artefacts and visiting some ancient ruins.
Living things and their habitats
In science this week we explored our school grounds for different plants and animals living in our habitat. We searched for evidence of hedgehogs and foxes too.
Show me how you know!
Kestrels enjoy showing their mathematical understanding in different ways and explaining their thinking to each other.
The Yogi Group visited us in school last week to show us how we can practise mindfulness.
How did the Roman's march into battle?
What kind of teeth do we have?
In our science lessons this term, we are focussing on the digestive system.
Kestrels started this topic by using mirrors to look at their own teeth and then making a set of teeth from playdough.
It really helped us think about the different shapes and types of teeth
Miss Brit is back
Kestrels were delighted today to learn that Miss Brit from Dance_Etc is back to teach dance this term.
They love her lessons. Today, we focussed on smooth movements between poses based on our topic The Romans.
For democracy day we created our own political parties. We created policies that we thought would make the world a better place. We then presented our ideas to Doves and Owls who voted on who they would most like to take on the job!
The children made their own version of Stonehenge last week. Can you guess they materials they used?