Hokusai Class Learning Story

Today, year 3 retold their recount of 'The Battle of Edington'. We had heard, stepped, mapped and spoke the recount but now it was time to retell as an epic blockbuster movie. In the year 878 AD a very important battle took place, which ensured the future of England....

Year 3 – Experimenting with angles

Year 3 – Experimenting with angles

Yesterday, was our unit immersion day in maths, and our new unit is angles! We sorted shapes that had angles and that did not, made an angle-finder to measure small or greater angles and made shapes on geoboards, and found out how many angles each shape had. We now...

Year 3 trip to the Horniman Museum

Year 3 trip to the Horniman Museum

On Tuesday, year three went on a trip to The Horniman Museum. The Horniman museum has a huge natural history gallery full of specimens, including lot's of taxidermy of animals from around the world. We had fun learning about the animals and also trying to mimic their...

Recreating the Iron Man fall…

On the last day of last term, Hokusai class decided to use all the knowledge they had learnt about magnets to solve the Iron Man's problem at the beginning of the story. In the beginning of Ted Hughes's novel, the Iron Man falls off a cliff and smashes into a thousand...

Hokusai’s Snow Leopard Radio Play

In English, we have been reading a book by Jackie Morris called 'The Snow Leopard'. To help us retell the story we decided to turn it into a radio play. We first listened to a radio play from BBC4 and watched a video of how sounds are made for radio plays, then we...

Length and Perimeter with the Iron Man

Length and Perimeter with the Iron Man

On Friday, we started a new topic in maths; length and perimeter! In the novel we have been studying, the Iron Man falls off a cliff and breaks into pieces on the beach. We imagined the Iron Man had done just that, but in our classroom instead. We had to measure the...

Google Virtual Reality!

WOW! What a day we had last Wednesday 1st March. Who would have thought that Google would come to our school? Well they did.. and they brought in their Google Cardboard Virtual Reality (VR) equipment to give us an experience of a lifetime. It was amazing! We went to...

Ironing out our new term

New term, new topic! This term, Year 3 will be learning all about The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. It's a fantastic story so we'd definitely recommend you reading it at home. To really get into our new learning, we immersed ourselves on a fun packed day full of super...

Artsmark

Artsmark

At Lansbury Lawrence we are incredibly proud of the opportunities and experiences we offer children within the arts. We regularly organise exciting trips around current learning themes, have visitors in to inspire our creative thinking, and provide continued...

Hokusai class singer songwriters!

Hokusai class singer songwriters!

Hokusai class had a visitor from Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Paul Griffiths. Through our partnership with Wigmore Hall, Paul came to our classroom to help us write a hunters song! In English, we had been writing stories about a stone age boy named Kroll who...

Stone Age Art

Stone Age Art

Year 3's theme for this half term is the Stone Age. This afternoon we've been having lots of fun making cave art! First we painted small rocks with acrylic paint. We used small paintbrushes and painted animals and people like the art found on the walls of the Lascaux...

International day

International day

Once again we had a fun afternoon at Lansbury Lawrence celebrating the cultural diversity of our school. Thanks to the mums who came and ran the stalls at the International Market. The variety of food made by the mums was delicious and everyone enjoyed tasting it. We...

Year 6 French Cafe

Year 6 French Cafe

Bonjour!!  Welcome to our French Cafe where you will find the most wonderful and delicious French snacks and cuisine. For a small cost of 20p or 50p you can enjoy the following: cakes, fruit, juice, croissants, biscuits, baguettes, ice cream and much much more!! All...

The Amazing Natural History Museum

Today, we met Mary Anning and she taught us about fossils, her life and to look for our own fossils. Mary Anning told us to look for fossils after a storm at the beach. We got to touch a devil's toe, which is  a shell and an ammonite. The fossils are 200 millions...

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