Today we brought in space helmets that we made at home and we imagined what it would be like going to the moon. We listened to music and walked around to show off our shiny space helmets. They were all so amazing!
After that we started eating our space picnic. We could eat jam or cheese sandwiches, chocolate biscuits and had a lovely hot chocolate. One child loved drinking her hot chocolate because it was so tasty and warm.
Another child said their favourite part was when the space music was on and we walked around the moon because it was so special to imagine what it would feel like. We were floating in the sky, jumping over huge crators and riding in moon buggies.
To end our space picnic we read a story about the moon and what you would find there.
Here are some pictures of our space picnic.
Today Year 2 had a very special space picnic. We brought our shiny space helmets and imagined ourselves going to the moon.
In our picnic we had cheese or jam sandwiches, lovely hot chocolate and a yummy chocolate biscuit. One child really liked his jam sandwich because it was very delicious. Another child enjoyed her hot chocolate drink because it made my mouth water!
Afterwards we put our space helmets on and pretended to walk around the moon while listening to a song. we really like this because we could see all the other children also walking around and we were jumping over the craters.
We all loved our space picnic! Here are some photos of our day!
Today Year 2 went on a space picnic to the moon. We wore space helmets that we created at home. First of all we walked around and showed off our cool space helmets. They were all really amazing!
After that we had our space picnic. We ate yummy cheese and jam sandwiches, a delicious chocolate biscuit and the tastiest hot chocolate drink ever! One child really like the jam sandwiches because they were her favorite sandwich. Another child loved the biscuit because it all crumbled in his mouth when he was eating it!
We also watched Neil Armstrong landing and walking on the moon! It was incredible to see!
We ended our space picnic with a lovely story about the moon and what it would feel like to be on the moon.
Please enjoy our photos of the day below!
In year 4 we are learning all about how our bodies work to digest food we eat.
We have had great fun watching clips on how the food we eat travels through our digestive system, whilst also doing some interesting activities to put our knowledge to the test.
A interactive board helps us to identify the key parts of the body whilst letting us scan a code and watch a few short clips of what the Digestive system does.
Our Interactive display board.
The Autumn term at St Edward’s has come to an end! Over the last four months, many, many children have created some fantastic pieces of work and represented themselves and their school to the best of their ability. We’re really proud of each and every one of them and we’re anticipating even greater things in the terms to come.
We would like to honour the achievements of some of the pupils who have covered themselves in glory at different points this term.
At the end of the week, each teacher chooses two children who have worked their hardest, performed beyond expectations and generally been a shining star.
We have also seen people working fantastically hard to improve their handwriting, making their work look more beautiful than ever. It’s been really gratifying to see such hard work and determination to improve; in recognition of this, here are the people who have earned their Pen Licences. Keep it up!
WRITER OF THE WEEK
One of the highest honours is the weekly recognition of one pupil from each year group who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to improve their writing. Not only have they met the success criteria for a piece of work – they have done it with flair, panache and a swaggering, flamboyant vocabulary that has delighted their target audience: their teacher.
Finally, entering the pantheon of greatness are those who have reached the highest echelons of achievement by obtaining the Gold Award. This is given for a level of meritorious, valorous, phenomenal behaviour beyond the expected standard. These children have met every challenge whole-heartedly and demonstrated the core values of our school in ways that we are incredibly proud of.
We are pleased to announce the genesis of the St Edwards Creative Writing Club! On Tuesday evenings, Miss Smith and Mr Groome are giving a group of Year 6 pupils the chance to express themselves creatively in different styles and genres of writing.
This documentary is based on every single juicy detail about swimming.
We have been spending every second perfecting every detail possible for our upcoming one and only swimming Gala. We have all decided that this is all because of our wonderful coach Mrs Sales.we,ve learnt so much and we,ll hopefully learn so more in
This has been a lovely opportunity and hopefully you have enjoyed it.
From Audrey Sharon and Estelle.
Hey guys,we’re here to tell you about our new book;Way home! It is about an boy and he goes to a secret hideout and he meets a black and white cat!!! They match so much,it’s like Shane was meant to find him;Aww! We don’t know all about the book but;there was a shadow following that boy and it is not his!!! We’re positive that Shane is running away,and I personally believe he’s running to save his mother!!! But he is very tired running for his great destiny!!!
Thank you for reading:Megan and Joella