I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down…

We have been learning all about Materials in Science and after listening to the story of, ‘The Three Little Pigs’, the children made houses out of straw, sticks and bricks.  We predicted which house would survive the blast of the wolf (Mrs Clark’s hairdryer) and used scientific words to explain our ideas. Which house do […]

Our Fireworks WOW Day!

In our topic, ‘Treason’ we have been learning all about Guy Fawkes and why we celebrate Bonfire Night with fireworks. We ended our topic with a whole day full of fun activities.  We baked pinwheel pastries, tasted hot dogs and hot chocolate and made our very own Guys. The Guys were placed in the playground […]

Drawing Club

In Terms 1 and 2, children were given the opportunity to join our Drawing Club. We watched tutorials on Youtube (Using Art for Kids Hub) and created some amazing drawings. Here’s a few examples of the work that the children produced.  I’m sure you’ll agree that these drawings are really rather impressive!

Cheesy Nachos

On Tuesday 21st June, Maple Class pupils prepared and tasted nachos with salsa, sprinkled with cheese. It was a great success. Everyone helped and everyone tried this Spanish snack.

Maths on the field.

We regularly go up onto the field on Friday mornings for our Maths lessons. Jacob said ” I liked making clocks on the field using sticks.” Hayden said “I have enjoyed making arrays with the hoops and being in a team.”

Mad Hair Day

On Red Nose Day Borden Pupils came into school with Mad Hair! Jess said “I put balloons in my hair it was fun, but at playtime one blew away and I cried.” Amanda said ” I wore my hair so that it looked like a birds nest- it took mummy ages- we were raising money […]

Easter cards for village elderly.

Maple Class made Easter cards to be delivered to the elderly villagers of Borden. Poppy said “When we talked about making cards for the old people it made me feel happy to help lonely people.” Evie said “We made a little chick that said ‘Easter Tweetings’ for the old people in the village.”