Peregrines are exploring the season of summer. We were using our sense to observe and identify different features of a summers day.
Peregrines were given the challenge of building the tallest tower they could. They had to work as a team to select the materials they wanted to use to create their own structure. The children had to make a structurally sound tower that could stand by itself using only one type of material. We had some brilliant attempts and all the children worked incredibly hard. Well done Peregrines!
The children were lucky enough to have Ms Worthing lead an art session for them. They learnt all about drawing portraits and then had the chance to try it out themselves. There were some brilliant pictures and we look forward to sharing them with you.
Yesterday, Peregrines were lucky enough to have Sean come in and take their PE sesssion. They loved working together as a team and enjoyed the opportunity to learn with their year 5 peers. Thank you Sean for a wonderful session!
Peregrines balcony has been transformed into a gardening area. We have lots of different activities for the children to use to explore the world of plants.
Peregrines have just started their investigation into what cress needs to grow. We are using our cress diaries to help us record how well each cress pot grows. Hopefully this will help us see what cress needs to grow successfully!
Peregrines learnt about deciduous and evergreen trees in science. We went outside to try and find lots of different types of leave. Using our leaf guides, we then tried to identify what they might be.