The boys and girls in Room 15 were learning all about sound and how it travels. They were learning about measuring sound and decibels.
They made really super string telephones and were able to communicate with each other down the string telephones using vibrations through the string. The sound that was created by the string was then amplified through the cups at either end.
They could pass messages to each other clearly!
It was great fun.
We really enjoyed our first trip to the computer room! This week we were busy working on our mouse skills.
The boys and girls in Room 1 have been sharing special memories from when we were younger. It is so interesting to see how much we have changed!
Well done to the St. Louis Senior team that were victorious in their previous game.
Good luck in the next game.
The pupils in Room 15 were learning all about drawing portraits. We were focussing on facial features and were studying our partners faces for this exercise. We were working hard with only our pencils. It was a tricky lesson but they look great!
The pupils in Room 15 were learning all about a time in history called The Renaissance. This time was famous for new inventions and famous artists.
One of the artists we were discussing was Leonardo Da Vinci. He painted The Mona Lisa.
The pupils took inspiration from the painting and created their own versions of the famous painting.
We brought in items from our past for show and tell in history class. We really enjoyed talking about our past!
Roald Dahl would have celebrated his 100th birthday on the 13th of September if he was still alive.
To celebrate his work some pupils decided to dress up as their favourite Roald Dahl character.
In Room 15 we had Charlie Bucket, Matilda, Mike Teavee, The Grand High Witch, Veruca Salt, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Danny and even some Oompa-Loompas!
It was great celebrating Roald Dahl and his wonderful books.
We drew self portraits and thought of some amazing adjectives to describe ourselves. It was great fun!