A creative start!

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Picasso class have had a creative start to the year, drawing self portraits and exploring modelling clay. They have started their Science unit by showing that they know about light. Hits: 13

Land of Neverbelieve

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For home learning, we had 2 weeks to make our own magical tree. We have been reading The Land of Neverbelieve by Norman Messenger. We imagined, designed and annotated our own islands inspired by the book and the tree features … Continued

RE in Picasso

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In RE, we have been looking at the Bible, the New Testament and the parables told by Jesus. We started by writing what we thought we knew about the Bible and then writing what we wanted to find out. We … Continued

Pop art

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Picasso class have created pop art pictures in the style of Andy Warhol. They had a bowl of fruit to observe and created their own pattern underneath the bowl to make it pop! They drew their pictures, added colour and … Continued

Super Science

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In Science we have been learning about the body. In our first lesson we worked in teams to put skeletons together, naming the different parts (e.g ribs, collar bone). We then added organs: lungs, kidney,  heart, liver, stomach, small intestine and … Continued

PSHRE in Picasso

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This week we have started our new PSHRE module of Valuing Difference. The children worked in small groups of two and three – each group had a different scenario with a problem to sort out and one in which they … Continued

Legendary Longhouses

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This week, Picasso class have wowed us with their home learning by creating these well-crafted longhouses. They have taken pride of place in the front entrance to the school. Back in school, the children wrote instructions on how hey were … Continued

Shape Poems

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This week, Picasso class have been busy writing shape poems. “We chose an animal or a food and wrote descriptive language about them. After editing, we wrote the poems in the shape of that animal or food.” Roman and Kaya. … Continued

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