In RE, we are currently learning about different ideas of peace. Today we began to think about peace cranes and how they are a symbol of peace. This video shows the story we have been learning about:
Can you make your own peace crane?
On Thursday Last week the year 5’s went to the Crystal museum, while some of the pupils went to Wick Court Farm. We first took a bus and then we took the Emirates Airline cable car in the North of Greenwich to the South of Greenwich, which was a bit scary and nerve-racking. There was the Crystal right in front of us, so we went inside and some of us got a badge which activated the screens which told you facts. We first spotted some bikes which didn’t move, they controlled your speed, and how that worked is if you were pedaling fast enough you would get a large TV which was 70 watts. But you don’t actually get a Large TV, we sauntered around some more and we saw electric powered by people. So you had to do lots of movements really fast like running on the spot or jumping to make electricity. Our time at the Crystal Museum had soon come to an end. We had lunch and then played around and went back on the cable car’s to head back to school. We had a marvelous time and anyone who goes there would have a marvelous time too. So that was our journey on Thursday 19th January 2017
Tuesday 17th January
In the morning after breakfast some people cleaned the house while others went out to do farm work.
We went to Oldbury Dairy Farm to feed the calves and watch the robot milk the cows. Everything is automatic.
Later we learned about how compost was made and collected compost in wheelbarrows and laid it on the flower beds. It was REALLY hard work!
After lunch we fed the chickens and collected their eggs. We collected 14 eggs.
In the evening we cleared the kitchen, had a shower and relaxed in the parlour.
By Maya and Jason.
We went to the barn where the pregnant ewes were and fed them hay. Some ewes had twins and others had triplets! One of the ewes had twins but she preferred one to the other and was only licking one and not the other. The farmer then swapped them in and out of the pen so the mum would like and lick them both. Some children then fed the baby lambs with bottles.
The best thing was that Preston beat Ms Boxall at cards!
By Preston and Nia
We cleaned out the stable and gave the horses water, food and wood chippings to sleep on. Wood chippings are better than straw because as horses eat the straw.
We had to open the pig pen and catch the pigs to weigh them. This is necessary to find out how much it weighed before it was sold. They needed to be 80 kg but the heaviest was 67 kg. Ms Boxall thought it was funny watching the children catching the pigs.
By Jessica and Noah
Cow 100 with the special hair style!