KS1 – Chestnut, Birch and Holly
Weston Super Mare
In our Mantle of the Expert, we have been looking at the seaside in the past. We visited Weston Super Mare and created our own video of the seaside from the past. Check it out here.
KS1 had a visit from Artist Susan Hartry
The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves, and produced some fantastic pieces of artwork. Some children painted pebbles that will live in our Outdoor classroom, and other children created Mood Art using colours that reflected their mood. Susan has a painting of Concorde that is on sale in the Aerospace Museum, and a few children had a try at replicating this. Other children drew their favourite things using techniques taught to them by Susan.
A fabulous afternoon – thank you Susan, and well done KS1 J
Quotes from KS1 children-
Tell me your thoughts on the visit from the Artist:
Matthew – You know the pictures she drew? They were so amazing weren’t they!
Megan – The seaside picture was amazing.
Diana – The artist practised all the time, even when she thought she couldn’t do it. She got lots better.
Penny – I liked it when she showed us the drawings that she did when she was young. She was the same age as me when she started.Alexia – She did lots of artwork by herself and I think it’s amazing that she works by herself and not for a company.
Mikey – I liked that she was doing lots of different kinds of Art. It’s really hard to draw but she did beaches, flowers and birds.
Mia – I liked the picture of the airplane best because I love the colours she used.
Daniel – I liked all of what the artist did, it was so nice.
Grace – It was really good, I really liked it.
Tanvi – I made a pretty pattern on a pebble. I enjoyed it because I made it look really nice. I am proud of myself.
Kobi – I wish the artist could come in every day or every week. It was really fun.
Olly – I painted a pebble with the artist, and I really want to take it home to show everyone because it was such a good thing to do.
KS1 Term 4 dance video
In Key Stage 1, we have been getting in touch with our emotions. We have focused on a different emotion each week.
The children have thought about how their bodies react when feeling these different emotions, and also of a time when they felt that particular emotion.
So far we have looked at feeling:
Coming up over the next few weeks will be jealousy, excitement and disappointment.
We are a group of emotionally literate children. Our teachers have been very proud of the way we have spoken so openly and honestly.
KS1 Term 3 dance video
KS1 One Dance Video
Flight of the Concorde
Emma Jones needs our help!
Emma wants us to create different aeroplanes so that we can help impress her boss. Follow us on our journey as we research different aeroplanes and make our own!
Here is Emma Jones sharing her story with the children.
WE ARE READY FOR THE CHALLENGE!
Bob the engineer
Bob worked on the first ever Concorde in Filton and he came in to tell us all about it.
After he told us all about how the Concorde is made and when it first and last flew, we got to ask him some questions of our own. We then made a fact file all about the Concorde.