A fabulous evening!
In 5E we have being making pointillism pictures, a very hard art to master. It was inspired by two famous artists called Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. Our pointillism made a great addition to Mr Ellison’s classroom tree (top). All the best 5E.
Firstly, I would like to raise the point that all men and women should have equal rights because at the moment< some men and women have the same job and men are getting paid more Such as: surgeons, financial managers, retail salespersons and instructors. These are just a few of the jobs with gender pay […]
Our Year 6 choir members worked with the CBSO on the Spirit of Birmingham music project follow the link to find out more. The choir have some exciting projects coming up, we will do our best to share these via the blog!
We had great fun today combining our maths, computing and art skills to write code that would create images inspired by our new learning adventure: The Golden Age of Islam. Why do you think symmetry is important in Islam? What do you think the code for these images would look like?
In 5E , we have being learning about South America. We have really enjoyed finding out about all the flora and fauna of this wonderful continent. We have also enjoyed looking at all the interesting facts about South America. And we also helped Mr Ellison make a wonderful tree for the wall All the best, […]
Homework – Due in 5th June 2017 After half term our Learning Adventure topic will be North America. For your homework, we would like you to read the poem Human Family by American poet Maya Angelou. What message do you think Maya Angelou is sending with this poem? Draw a picture of the image that […]
Recently, we have been writing police reports and transcripts of police interviews inspired by the storyline of a fabulous book called, ‘The Viewer’ by Shaun Tan and Gary Crew. Today, we were fortunate enough to have PC Andy Holder from Bournville Police Station visit to give us feedback on our work. He also explained some key […]
This week, we enjoyed a trip to Central Mosque in Birmingham to prepare for the start of our final learning adventure – The Golden Age of Islam. Can you answer our quiz based on the photos we took? Why do the clocks all show different times? Why do many mosques have a large, domed […]