Over the past three of weeks 1G have been working on their fruit kebabs. Our first step was to design the fruit kebab. We chose the fruits we would put on them and which order they would be in. Next we used this design to make a prototype of our fruit kebab. We used coloured card and skewers and we were careful to follow it exactly. For the final stage we made the kebabs out of fresh fruit and skewers following the prototype.
We are now ready for our ‘Memorable Event’. We will make the fruit kebabs with our parents and carers on Thursday 7th July at 3:45 in 1G’s classroom.
We look forward to seeing our parents and carers there!
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The mat challenge was pretty tricky at first, but we soon got the hang of it!
We were lucky with the weather and managed to get all the races run. My favourite race was the dressing up relay : )
Thanks to all the parents and carers who made it along after lunch for the year group races.
This week in 1G we have been doing lots of exciting activities in the afternoon.
Children have been very busy on the Junk Modelling table making the strawberry fields we explored on our educational visit to Stonepitts Farm last week. We have been making a painting of the life Cycle of a French climbing bean using ICT. On the Writing Table we have been making a wanted poster for the elephant from Handa’s Surprise. Some children have been playing customers and shop keepers in the Farm Shop. In our Book Corner there is always time to share a story with a friend. We have all made a prototype of the fruit kebab we have designed and will make next week.
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KS1 7th July 9:30 am at school
KS2 29th June 1pm at Goldsmiths University playing fields.
Your child will have brought Sports Day letters home in their book bags.
You can also access them here:
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There is just so much to communicate at this time of year: irresistible topic-based learning, tickets for the Summer Concert and the Summer Fair tomorrow. You can find out about this and more on the school newsletter here.
So last week i wrote about my crazy pancake challenge which was AMAZING!!! and so yummy. But this week i'm talking about what i did the day after the crazy pancake challenge. so me and my friend went into town and went to a very popular Japanese shop called ART BOX!!!
so we went in and bought the first Japanese sweets we saw.
BUT i could go on and on and on about the shop BUT i will NOT. lets get to the point. we got home and started filming. some of the sweets were super nice and some of them were SUPER SUPER SUPER gross... (YUCK!)
so we started with these tinny SODA balls that were mould-able and squishy and so cool!!! (i literately fell in love with them)
they looked cool but tasted weird, like SUPER WEIRD. they sort of tasted like water mixed with a tiny tiny bit of soda. it was kind of gross i have to be honest. but lets move on to the next one.
so this one looked SUPER COOL it was a packet of tiny chocolate puzzle pieces that you could actually putt together it was AWESOME!!!
they basically tasted like normal chocolate.. So yeah.
that was only some of them but i couldn't write all of them.
thank you so much for reading :)
hope you enjoyed!!!
Well I think that’s what you say I have only ever written a dairy at school, you know the ones were you have to be someone else or as teachers call it ‘to step into someone’s shoes’ personally I think that’s very unhygienic. Well this blog is not about anyone else but me: Faith Wood. Well I probably should tell you about me. It’s kind of strange calling a piece of paper binded by leather ‘you’ so I’ll call you Fantasy as I will be telling you all my fantasies of the world I ashore you there’ll be loads. Now this is everything about me:
My favourite colour is: This colour I know it may look the same but trust my it’s not.
Best friend is……….: AVA DEVON or the rebel of Blockwell high. A quote from her: “when life gives you bullies beat em’ up bad”.
My personality (from friends and my nemesis):
This is Ruth, my princess perfect sister (but she is kind of nice) no one heard me say that! Her righting’s in Pink although she insists it’s purple. That’s up to you, fantasy.
Well I suppose my sisters nice and sporty (you will never see me do sport it ruins my clothes) though she’s a bit of a nerd (no offence sis) – none taken L – she takes after me with her looks though perfect as a picture as I say, anyway byeeeeee.
Hi I’m AVA, I don’t need an intro because I’m just to cool. Yeah she gets a bit ahead of herself. Well how do you explain everybody gapes at me when I pass? No Ava, they open there mouths in sheer terror. Same thing loser. Anyway she’s a good friend I suppose a bit to nerdy for my likening but cool all the same. Thanks bestie. NEVER CALL MY THAT Ava is fine. Ok ok fine.
Next is my nemesis Veronica she doesn’t even need a drum roll. Her colours bogey green like her (I sussed out she was 100% bogey the day we met). Hello I’m Veronica, I don’t get why I’m writing in Faiths boring, nerdy diary. Anyway don’t listen to them ^ it’s all fake, all to get you tricked. It’s not. She’s kind of nice. She’s horrible and she bully’s meL. OMG you bully me! Don’t listen to her it’s all fake. Ok times up Veronica, Byeeeeee. Ahhh few she’s gone, finally!
Anyway thank you diary for listening to me. BYE! Heidi.
Hey, it’s me again. So, now that you know the facts about mwah… let’s get into the most AMAZING (not) life in the WORLD (I know, it isn’t very dramatic, but you will have to do). Okay, to get things straight, I will always type in Blue (unless I put emphasis on a word like the above^^^). So if there is a whole paragraph in any other colour, it is probably not me HINT: BLACK is probably my Goth sister (Lily, age 14), try not to read her, she probably is only writing because she stole my diary.
Today was the most unfair day in the whole of history:
- My sister ate my Choco Munches (my favourite type of biscuit).
- I got sent to head, Mr. Rayfault, just because when he asked me what the capitol of Spain was, I said S.
- Mum said that she would take Lily to the cinema THIS WEEKEND, then she remembered that she was going to take ME to the circus. But, instead of telling my sister that she could wait, she said I couldn’t go! then Lily told me I was young and greedy, even though I am only 2 years younger than her.
- My BFF (Yazzy, the same age as me, might wright in Red), dumped me on a dare that Louise(the school BULLY, purple kinda gal) dared us to do. she dumped me so I flunked the dare to.
Bye Suckers, see ya next time.
Helloo everyone, sorry I haven't blogged in a while but this time I’ve got my favourite BUCKET LIST!
I am going to talk to you about something I have always wanted to talk about, it is very important it is very dangerous. But it is still really cool it is of course RISKING MY LIFE FOR SOMEONE ELSE... Now this may seem awesome and exiting but I don't think everyone would be able to do this because a lot of you may think "I don't think I could risk my life for someone else I'm a very self-centred person, I don't want to die. I've got a whole life ahead of me BLAH BLAH BLAH." Now I completely understand where you are coming from but you can GET OUT OF HERE... Only joking you can stay.
Now, let’s get straight to the point. The reason I want to risk my life is to prove you don’t have to be SUPERMAN to be a HERO. I heard one of the most amazing quotes a few days ago and it has stuck with me "Only ones who risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.”
Ok, so now I am going to list the different ways you could potentially save someone’s life.
You could bush someone out of the road when a car is about 2 meters away. (One famous example of this is in a very popular children’s book called “Mog”
If someone is about to fall from a height you could try and catch them. (I know we are avoiding SUPERMAN in this blog but I can name a number of times he has done this.
This is another quote but it ties in with “saving someone’s life and it goes “Believe that even the smallest complement can save someone’s life”
I will leave the rest to you how do think you can save someone else’s life?
SEE YOU SOON… ENJOY THE REST OF YOUR LONG HAPPY LIVES. Lillian
BAKE BAKE BAKE TILL YOU DROP!!
FOR ALL THOSE BEGINNING BAKERS!!
THIS WEEK WE WILL BE BAKING….
SUGAR-FREE BANANA CAKE!!
This is a great cake for children with parents who are strict about the amount of sugar you have. It also tastes great as well!!
125g self-raising flour
½ tsp baking powder
2 tsp ground cinnamon
50g butter (melted)
2 tsp vanilla essence
1 tbsp milk
3 ripe bananas, mashed
drizzle agave syrup