Impact Report 2019-2020
Year 1 D&T Design and Make process
Y1 D&T Research process
Year 2 D&T - Pancake Making: Food and Nutrition
Baking in Year 6
Firstly, we worked in groups to discuss ideas of how we could raise the money. Eventually, we all decided on baking treats which we could sell to the rest of the school. Each table then began researching ideas for healthier treats to link to our Science unit about the importance of a balanced diet. The final products agreed were: raspberry oat bars, raisin flapjacks, cherry flapjacks, banana and strawberry smoothie and mixed berry smoothie.
On Wednesday 12th February, we spent the day preparing the oat bars and flapjacks. We used our mathematical knowledge of ratio to double the recipes to ensure there would be plenty to sell! On Thursday 13th February, we prepared the fruit for the smoothies - we wanted these to be as fresh as possible.
At playtime, we invited all the classes to come and purchase a treat - it was a huge success! We quickly made the 10% required for our Macbeth day and also made an additional £80 which we are going to donate to Wheatfields Hospice. Well done Year!
Year 4 Tudor Collage
Year 4 Weaving Wheels
Year 3 Clay Stone Age Necklaces
Year 3 clay work
Artwork inspired by Geography!
As part of Year 2's Geography learning, "Which countries make the UK?", Mrs Gledhill and Y2 hosted an English afternoon tea. During this afternoon, Y2 worked alongside their parents to create wonderful artwork inspired by their learning about England. They created English roses, the England flag and sketched portraits of the Queen. Take a look at some of the artwork which took place on the day.
If you would like to see further activities from the Afternoon Tea, please visit the Year 2 class page!
D&T - Cooking and Nutrition in Year 2!
Next, we designed what we were going to have on our Christmas dinner based on our research. We used our Science knowledge of where food comes from and what is needed for a healthy, balanced meal in order to make our plans.
After that, we prepared all of our food from scratch, learning how to do this is a safe way! Finally, we got to eat and evaluate the Christmas dinners we had made!
Have a look at our Research, Design, Make and Evaluate process to make healthy Christmas dinners in the photo story below!
Finished Mayan Masks!
In support of Year 5's History topic, "Who were the Mayans?" Year 5 researched, designed, made and evaluated their own Mayan masks. Take a look at some of their inspired, creative and purposeful masks they created which they used in order to share information all about the Mayan way of life!
See their wonderful creations below!
Year 5 - Building Structures
Year 5 is clearly full of future engineers - well done! :)