What is art?

What is art?

Question of the week: what is art? Our teacher (Miss Drummonds) presented a famous painting by Jackson Pollock; we thought that it wasn’t ‘real’ art because it didn’t fit our idea of what art should be. However, after unpicking misconceptions,...

War Poems and songs

We created poems and songs related to WWII. Here are some examples: Life of an evacuee – Mehnaz “My theme is about the life of an evacuee, I chose this theme because children leave their families to live with complete strangers. This poem is from an...
French Fun In The Sun

French Fun In The Sun

Class 6B had an amazing time:  we played a game that was slightly different to our usual games… In French we played a fun game called “La Tomate”. We had to hit a ball and try to nutmeg the person we hit the ball to. Whenever someone got...
WWII – Fun and Games

WWII – Fun and Games

During WW2, children didn’t have iPads and mobile phones like most children today, Instead, they created their own fun – using paper and card because other materials were needed to make war equipment. We noticed that the games often required a team. For...
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