Ospreys have been learning all about Rounders with Sean from Atlas Sports. They have been throwing and catching but this week they learnt how to use the bat in rounders.
Look at the fantastic pictures below.
A new sign is being created to go outside the front of the school. It will be a huge Kestrell with lots of things on it to represent what goes on in our school. This week, Ospreys made their contribution by drawing cakes and making planets.
In art, Ospreys learnt all about the work of American artist, Georgia Okeeffe, who was famous for painting still life in extreme close up. We painted our own pictures of bright and colourful flowers, inspired by her unique style.
In our ICT this term, Ospreys have been learning about control, by putting algorithms into the Bee-Bots to make them move. We also drew roads, so next week we will see if we can make our Bee-Bot travel along the road without getting lost!
Ospreys have been learning about 3D shapes and these are some shapes we have found around school.
Can you name the shape?
This morning Ospreys burnt down their Tudor houses. It was amazing to see how quickly Fire can spread. This will help the children to write a letter home, from the point of view of someone who was living in London in 1666, during the great fire.
Ospreys would like to thank Carolina for coming in to show how to make our special sewn Easter egg. We had lots of fun sewing the eggs and decorating the card inside. If you haven’t collected your fantastic Easter gift, they are in the office. Lots of lovely pictures below to show how much fun Ospreys had making the cards.
Today in Ospreys class we started painting our Tudor houses, in preparation for the great fire.
Ospreys had an interesting lesson before going swimming yesterday. Mrs Weeks worked with Ospreys on relaxation techniques that they could use at school or at home. Look at the pictures below to see how much Ospreys enjoyed the session.