Today we have celebrated World Book Day in school. We each came to school dressed up as one of our favourite book characters. We went to a class in KS1 and shared stories with the younger children before coming back to class and completing some fun activities.
This week we have been talking about kindness. We have been discussing how important it is to be kind to one another and to treat each other fairly. We have made some beautiful bookmarks and wristbands, have a look at our pictures below.
As part of our Science we are carrying out longitudinal studies throughout the year. We will be observing the changes that we can see in the park such as habitats, plants and flowers and even animals that we may see when we are out.
PE - Some of the children in LKS2 were picked to represent Frenchwood at a sports event at Christ the King High School. The children trained, learnt some new skills and most importantly had a great day out. Well done to everyone involved.
DT - In DT we have been creating robots linking to our English text 'The Iron Man'. We created movable arms and legs and a 3d head and body. The children loved creating these and the finished products are great.
“We have far more in common with each other than that which divides us”. This week every child in school has been thinking about this quote and what it means to them. Thinking specifically about equality and diversity. The children have created some fantastic pieces of artwork independently to show what the quote means to them. The teachers of Frenchwood are so proud of some of the conversations that have been had in school as well as the amazing artwork produced.