Class Teacher: Mrs Luton and Mrs Lewis

And just like that, another term comes to an end! After a busy seven weeks, I think we are now all very much looking forward to the Christmas break!

Next term, our theme ‘Who Let The God’s Out’ will have a history focus. We look forward to learning all about the history of the Ancient Greeks and the rise of the Ancient Greek civilisation. We will learn about chronology and where this period fits within a larger timescale. During our English learning, we will be exploring Greek myths and using these to inspire our own writing across a range of genres. We will look at what artefacts can tell us about life like during this period and replicate our own Ancient Greek pottery using clay.

In maths, we will revise previous learning linked to calculation, place value and fractions and will also introduce ‘position and movement’ where we will learn about shape transformations and co-ordinates.

PE continues to take place on Monday and Wednesday. The PE focus for Term 3 is netball and dance.

You may have noticed a new adult in our classroom. Miss Seyers is a Bath Spa Teacher who will be with us for the majority of Term 3. The class have already enjoyed working with her and she is very excited to share her musical expertise with the class.

Medusa Portraits

Such a lovely day for some outdoor learning in Kandinsky this morning! They collected lots of natural materials to make portraits of Medusa!

Developing our Drawing

Developing our drawing skills in Kandinsky.

Making Greek Pots

Kandinsky are getting creative with clay and making Greek pots!

Family Day Preparations

Preparations under way for Kandinsky’s family day

Greek Myth

Kandinsky are retelling the Greek Myth of Perseus and Medusa

TimesTables Rockstars

Kandinsky are loving TimesTables Rockstars!

Who Let the Gods Out!

We have had some amazing home learning this week in Kandinsky based on our theme ‘Who let the Gods out.’

Kandinsky Displays, Children and Children’s Work 2018-19

Take a look at our artwork, our work and sometimes even us! Our Working walls help us learn – the content builds as the term progresses.