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Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE Primary School

Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE Primary School

Believe to Achieve! "Roots will grow down into God's love and keep us strong" EPH 3:17

BIRCH - Y3/Y4

Wonderful Work - Lockdown Learning!

                                     

Food & Dining in Ancient Greek - Alex N

Ancient Greek Food - Alexa

Nativity Day

The kings wore golden crowns and carried a silver lantern. Their robes were made of velvet. They were following the star to baby Jesus. Charlie M

     

The angels flew around in the air rejoicing after the birth of baby Jesus and they happily flapped their wings. Abigail

The shepherds stopped on their way to Bethlehem. In the distance they could see Bethlehem. The sheep were in the field munching grass.  Nathan

The donkeys were sat down to rest with the sheep. The sheep went to Bethlehem and the donkeys followed. Daisy T

      

Mary and Joseph stopped on their way to give the small donkey a rest. They could see the lights in the distance. They were nearly there. Cameron

Christmas Activities

Christingle Acrostic Poems

We did a Christingle acrostic poem and it was a bit tricky thinking of the first line of the acrostic poem. It was much better when I got going.  Albie

   

We sketched the nativity and when we were finished we used water colours to complete our art work.  Alex

    

          

Anti Bullying Week

     

Bald Eagles

We watched a video about drawing bald eagles. We all drew really good pictures and it was fun. I like eagles because they are fast and are great at catching fish. They really are ‘King of the birds’. Ollie P

 

Today we sketched a bald eagle with Mrs Quaile. I found sketching the feathers a bit hard. In the end, Mrs Quaile came to help me, then I started to get the hang of it. If you draw an eagle, don’t just draw the feathers dark brown, add a bit of yellow or light brown. Arabella

   

Commemorating Remembrance Day

     

Ammonites

 

The clay was cold and messy. It got all over my fingers. I put little holes in my fossil with a fork. My favourite part was when it was finished. It looked millions of years old!  Abigail

We got clay and rolled it out like a sausage. Then we curled it like an ammonite. We got our hands messy making the design. Every ammonite is different. Some had spots on and some had curled lines. I enjoyed getting my hands dirty. Albie 

Rocks, Relics and Rumbles

We have been sorting and classifying rocks . We have looked at the differences between igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. We particularly looked at whether rocks were shiny or dull, did they have any crystals or layers and  were they permeable or impermeable.

     

In Art, we sketched ammonites and examined  some different fossils.