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From Tiny Acorns, Mighty Oaks Grow

Celebration of Work

Seedlings children enjoying the last day of term - Happy Holidays!

Children enjoying Sports Day

Y1 Children have been playing forest schools in the woods!

Key Worker Group topic work is about Henry VIII and Tudors.
Issy encouraging us to wash our hands!
Myla Year 2 piece of art work inspired by Andy Goldsworthy
Ted Year 1
Update from Amber Year 1
Sadie Year 4
Isabella writing about her perfect pet
Isabella's building of The Ship Inn, Southfleet
Isabella's Bug Hotel
Spencer's Missing Treasure Y1
Amber B art work

Y1 Children pottering at Sedley's allotment

Y1 Children having fun watering the plants at Sedley's allotment
Y1 Children having fun watering the plants at Sedley's allotment
Y1 children digging for treasure at Sedley's allotment
Y1 children digging for treasure at Sedley's allotment
Crayon picture by Isabelle Year 4
By Lucinda in Year 5
Alchemical Symbols by Lucinda in Year 5
Hayden and Elliot's great home learning!
Hayden and Elliot's great home learning!
Hayden and Elliot's great home learning!
Hayden and Elliot's great home learning!
Hayden and Elliot's great home learning!
Indya and Leon taking a bike ride in the sun - Year 2
Georgia W Guru Nanak learning
Amber B identifying plants and trees
Amber B acrosticAmber B acrostic poem about whales poem about whales
Alisha's NHS Artwork - may it bring peace to those who need it x
Isabella's Minibeast Collage
Amber's ideal neighbourhood

Jude and Leah with more science.

 

We’ve loved it so much, here’s another! We had 7 glasses, we filled 4 of the 7 glasses with water and added food colouring, one red, one yellow, one blue and another red. Then we set out the glasses in this order; red water, empty glass, yellow water, empty glass, blue water, empty glass, red water. We folded a piece of kitchen towel and connected each glass with it. The coloured water travelled up the kitchen towel and across to the empty glass. The colours mixed to form new colours; orange, green and purple... the kids were amazed and they learned about how colours mix to make new colours! Here’s some photos.

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