The homework project winner in Buttercup Class is Dansen. Dansen told his peers all about the insects and stones he found in the garden. Dansen decorated the insects and stones all by himself.
The project winner in Bluebell Class is Nina! Nina created a ‘bug garden’ using lots of different materials. Fabulous effort, Nina!
Daisy Class project winner is Eleonora. Eleonora told Daisy Class how she created her minibeast garden, she used real plants and little stones decorated as minibeasts. Great job Eleonora!
The project winner for the topic Our School and Local Area this term is Jordan! Jordan has created a beautiful poster with all of his favourite places in Havering. Some of these local areas included local parks, Romford market and Havering Museum. Well done, Jordan, what a super effort!
Sunflower Class have been super busy creating marvellous collages of the Romford area. We have learned so much about each child’s favourite places to go and visit as well as locations they think are important, such as Concordia Academy and Queens Hospital! It was very difficult to choose a winner but Caiya blew us away with the amount of detail she included on her collage. She wrote lots of information about each place she featured and was able to tell us all about these locations. Excellent work, Caiya!
In Poppy Class, we were very impressed with Clara’s cloud and rainbow experiment, which she conducted in front of the whole class! Poppy class were treated to a recreation of a rainbow using card, water, a glass and a torch; as well as showing us how rain forms in clouds. Clara accompanied this experiment with detailed diagrams. A scientist in the making!
Shirhan has completed three wonderful projects about the Romans. He made The Colosseum out of cardboard, created a fact file about Roman life and a sheet teaching us about the different Roman numerals. Excellent job, Shrihan!
The project winner for this half term is going to Daniele for outstanding research into the Vikings! Daniele researched into the types of foods that the Vikings would have eaten and made one of their stews! I hope it tasted yummy, Daniele! Well done!