Terrible Twits!

Friday, September 18th, 2020

This week, Lobsters were visited by Mr Twit! He told the class all about the disgusting pranks he plays on Mrs Twit and he gave us a secret mission to create a prank for him to pull on Mrs Twit. He also set us the tasks of creating a revolting beard and turning ourselves into Twits!

The children were really engaged and are excited to start their new Art and Design and Technology topic, Terrible Twits!


Seahorses and Lobsters #freetobeme

Friday, February 14th, 2020

Seahorses and Lobsters have been busy making their own safe online identities. They have been discussing what information is safe to share online and what we shouldn’t share. They have learned how to be creative and unique online whilst staying safe. Here are some of their online identities…

Friday, November 29th, 2019

Last week we finished our History topic about the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings. The children enjoyed learning all about life during these periods. They had fun out in our forest school area becoming Vikings for the afternoon and even trying some of their food.

This half term, we will be learning how to sew and will be making our own fabric bookmarks. We look forward to sharing them with you.

What a busy half term!

Friday, October 18th, 2019

This half term, the children in Seahorses and Lobsters have been very busy!

First, they became Artists. They learned lots of different sketching and shading techniques and created their own sketch of Brunel Manor which will be displayed at the Manor.

Now, they have become Historians. They had a visit from Clive Pig to hook them into their new topic ‘Smashing Saxons! Vicious Vikings!’ They are going to be learning all about life during the Anglo-Saxon and Viking period and will be having an exciting afternoon in the forest school area becoming Vikings for a day.


Chocolate Rocks!

Wednesday, May 1st, 2019

Last week, we started our new Science topic off by making Chocolate Rocks. We will be learning about how rocks are made, the 3 different types of rocks (igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic) and how fossils are formed. We will be using chocolate to explain the rock cycle which the children are already excited about of course!