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KS2 Maths Challenge

 

 

 

 

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 As part of their Blue Abyss topic, pupils have been producing artwork based around sea creatures.  They have worked hard and focused carefully on their observational drawing skills, and I'm sure you agree the results are amazing!!

 

Beech Class have produced some beautiful drawings this week based on the modern sculpture by Sir Antony Gormley . In RE  they explored the theme of peace by making paper doves and finding a peaceful state of mind by colouring detailed pictures.

 

As Tuesday was Internet Safety Day, children in Beech have this week been focusing on how important it is to stay safe online, and how they can make sure they are protected. They have also learnt what to do if they are worried, or encounter any difficult situations online. To help others, they have designed posters including some of the information they have learnt. We hope you like them!

 

To round off their 'Blue Abyss' topic work, children in Beech class have worked really hard to produce 3D artworks featuring the layers of the ocean and the creatures found in each.  They really enjoyed this activity, and the results speak for themselves!

 

 

This week in Beech Class, pupils have been learning persuasive writing. As part of this, they have written about Southend-on-Sea, with a view to persuading readers to visit as soon as lockdown ends.

Here are some of the - very persuasive! - results!

 

Since returning to school, children in Beech Class have been learning about where they live in Spanish. So far, they have learnt to write sentences saying what type of house they live in and where it is located, and they are currently learning the names of the rooms of a house. They are really enjoying broadening their vocabulary!

 

For Red Nose Day, pupils in Beech Class have been on the move! They did some walking and running out in the playground to increase their stamina this morning, and then a High Intensity Training Session in the hall this afternoon. I'm sure they'll all sleep soundly tonight!