We had a wonderful day at Joss Bay!
What an active day 3B had!
We competed in lots of different events in the morning, testing our throwing, dribbling, running and jumping skills. In the afternoon, we took part in races on the track. Well done everyone for taking part!
Year 5 were excited to welcome pupils, teachers and parents to the first day of their Roman Museum today as they were able to show off all of their learning from this terms topic. Visitors had the opportunity to dress as both soldiers and Roman citizens, dig for artefacts and test their knowledge of Roman numerals. The children were in hand to share all of their knowledge and give an insight into life in Roman times.
If you missed out today, be sure to pay a visit on our final day tomorrow.
5C have been getting up close with the Roman empire in miniature this week through the use of augmented reality. The class looked at the features of a Roman soldier, as well as exploring a Roman villa and artefects, using iPads to see interactive 3D models in the classroom.
If you would like to have a go at home, pupils can download the app and triggers for free, using their LGFL logins, from the following addresses:
We have been planted sunflower seeds and thinning out our crops! Thanks for the great photos Paige!
Today, we went on a boat cruise down the Thames.
We travelled from Greenwich all the way to Westminster Pier, where we disembarked and had lunch.
Along the way, we saw so many landmarks and went under lots of bridges.