Egyptian scrolls (year 4)
These fantastic scrolls were made by year 4 to explain the journey to the underworld as believed by Ancient Egyptians.
Science week enrichment – year 3 and 6
Year 6 were visited by Bedford Modern outreach team to explore science experiments on Friday afternoon. Year 3 had the opportunity to visit Bedford Girls Junior School and experience Sophie the dinosaur (who was happy to receive pats!) Thank you so much to the schools for these experiences! We are very grateful.
Bedfordshire Festival Week
Year 5 and 6 children took part in the Bedfordshire Festival this week. Karol came third in the year 6 prepared reading and Lily-Mae second in year 5! Everyone in the school has been very proud!
Year 6 visit to the National History Museum
Year 6 had a brilliant day at the National History Museum on Monday. The following day there was some fabulous perspective art work created using the ‘into the earth core’ escalator image.
Riverside Tennis sessions
Thank you to Rob from Riverside Tennis Club, who came and worked with foundation stage and year 1 today.
Isabel Iguana – Imagination
Isabel was a lovely colourful iguana. She loved being a lizard and especially enjoyed playing with her friends. Sometimes though, she would feel sad when she would go to visit them because they had lots and lots of toys to play with. At her house, Isabel didn’t have very many toys, but she often collected boxes and other things to play with. One day, Isabel and her friends were all playing together with some cars and they wanted a garage to fix some broken cars. All her friends were upset because they couldn’t carry on their game, but Isabel showed her friends how to use a cardboard box to make and pretend to have a garage. All her friends agreed that they were glad Isabel had a good imagination so they could play their game together.
World Book Day
Great fun on World Book Day today! Costumes and shelfies! The children had a brilliant day exploring favourite authors and enjoying reading. Thank you to everyone for the costumes and all the great activities organised. ☺️
It has been very exciting in foundation stage and KS1 over the past two days. Foundation stage are reading The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle, year 1 had their egg hatch and year 2 have been transported back to 1666!
Kuba Caterpillar – Concentrate
This week the children are learning about Kuba caterpillar and how concentration helps learning.
Once upon a time there were a family of caterpillars – Mummy caterpillar, Daddy caterpillar and their son, Kuba the caterpillar. One day, Mummy caterpillar asked Kuba to go out and collect some leaves for dinner. As he set off he met his friend Tom, who wanted to go and play football. But Kuba said “No, I need to collect my leaves”. A bit later, he met his cousin Casper, who asked him to go to his house for lemonade, but again, Kuba said “No, I have to collect leaves. I need to concentrate on what Mummy asked me to do”. When he had finished collecting leaves, he went home and told his Mummy what his friends had said. “Well done Kuba for concentrating on what I asked you to do, now you have finished, you can go and play!”
March’s Value is Happiness
How could you spread a little happiness today?
Year 5 Art Work
These fabulous paintings have been inspired by The Great Wave off Kanagawa, also known as The Great Wave or simply The Wave, a woodblock print by the Japanese ukiyo-e artist Hokusai.
Pancakes for lunch today!
Thank you for all your wonderful donations over the past half term, both for the penny war and make the rules day! You have raised £850! Also a heartfelt thanks to the PTFA for organising! A very special well done to Ash and Rowan class for winning the penny war
Hazel class visited the library this afternoon and picked up this information about half term activities in Kempston!