Kahlo Class Learning Story

Our Last Day in Suffolk

Today,5A went to the Suffolk Punch trust.They fed and saw a few animals such as,guinea pigs,goats and chickens.They also learnt about farming in the past.Additionally,they  rode on a cart which was pulled by a tractor.After that,they also saw big horses and a few...

5A at the Spectacular Seaside

As we entered the seaside we stopped to get some ice cream.It tasted like whipped cream and it was really nice.In the beach the tide was already close in,we had so much fun playing in sand and splashing around in the water.We also found something buried in the sand it...

5A at Minsmere

We're speeding back to London...so here is another blog post! Eventually, we arrived at the bird sanctuary and two bird specialists showed us around the Minsmere marsh. Soon after , we were given binoculars to search for special birds . Then , we went pond fishing and...

Den Building in Rendlesham

We're writing this on the coach on the way back to London! On Wednesday afternoon we built dens in Rendlwsham Forest in Suffolk. Our guide Bev showed us how to make our den and what we needed. We explored the forest for different materials. Then we split into groups...

5A’s First Morning in Suffolk

We all started off by going to the Rendleshm Forest. We then went to a playground in the forest. There were all sorts of things to do, for example an obstacle course, different types of swings,a zip wire etc. We played around for a good hour and then started exploring...

5A in Suffolk

Sorry for the late blog post! I'll have to wait until we are on the road tomorrow to blog all of the pictures. Finding an internet connection here is pretty tricky.  ...

Sew Amazing!

Year 5 are developing their sewing skills in art this half term, with Kahlo Class producing these fantastic houses today. They are going to be sent to a national art charity to be added to a collective 'village', made by children from all over the...

Poplar Partnership Spelling Bee

Yesterday afternoon Tanvir, Abdullah and Tasnia from Year Five competed in a Spelling Bee at Manorfield. They competed against all of the other schools in the Poplar Partnership and were excellent ambassadors for the school. All three worked together as a team, kept a...

Angel of Poplar

Yesterday we went on a local area walk to the Angel of Poplar statue at Poplar Recreation Ground. We visited the site of the original Upper North Street School and stood where the bomb was dropped. We all found the experience very moving and touching. We couldn't...

Poplar during World War 1

This morning, Year Five were lucky to have a visit from Dee, the Head Teacher of Mayflower Primary School. She talked to us all about the bombing of Upper North Street School during World War One. In 1917 a bomb fell on the school and passed through three floors...

Kahlo to the British Museum

Kahlo Class had an incredible trip the world famous British Museum today! We learned about mummification, and got to see some real live mummies! Amazingly, the British Museum never unwrapped the mummies first brought to England in the early 20th Century. This means...

Snails in Kahlo

This morning, Alicia found a snail in the Secret Garden and we named him Herman. We brought it into the classroom and put it into a small tray as a habitat. Fortunately, Mr O'Regan warned us snails like to climb around and Herman would probably try to escape. We...

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...

Pyramid Construction in Kahlo

As part of our new theme on Ancient Egypt, we have been busy transforming our classroom. We made giant textured pyramids using rolled up newspaper covered in tissue paper and PVA glue. Next, we did some colour mixing before covering our creations with sand. Come by...

Kahlo Class Charter

This week we have come together as a community to create an updated Class Charter. We discussed what it means to be part of a community that cares about, respects and looks after each other.  ...

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...

Wiltons Music Hall

As part of the Charles Dickens Museum / Wilton's Music Hall partnership, Year 5 visited this wonderful building to take part in the second part of their Charles Dickens workshop. Each group presented scenes and used dramatic conventions such as mime, tableau, scenes...

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