It’s been another exciting week here at Brinsworth Whitehill, we marked anti-bullying week with odd socks day and learned lots of different new things!
Take a look at what our classes have been up to below ⬇
Children in FS2 have been looking at the forces they feel. We went out into the wind to see which way the autumn leaves would blow in the wind! We all had so much fun!!
As part of anti-bullying week. FS2 have created 3 class promises that we are all going to keep to make sure our class is happy and safe. We all signed the bottom to say we will keep our promises.
1/2H have been talking about Anti-Bullying Week. We have looked at what makes a good friend and friendly and unfriendly actions.
We interviewed Mrs Oxborough on her opinions about healthy eating. She was SO impressed with our questions, listening and manners, she presented us Y2P with a Headteacher’s Award. Mrs Peach is so proud. Well done Y2P.
We are learning about capacity. We had a race to fill up bottles with a capacity of 2l. We had to answer a number sentence to collect a container of water! It was lots of fun! Mrs Peach loved watching the race!
In 3/4S and 3/4K, we have been learning about Walter Tull and the impact he has had on history. We have learned all about his life and have drawn comparisons to how footballers are treated today; in particular how Marcus Rashford is viewed by fans and the media. The children have discussed the subject with incredible maturity and sensitivity. Well done everyone!
This term, Years 3 and 4 have been learning all about the Vikings. We have researched where they have come from, why they left their homelands, what the Vikings home-life was like and who King Cnut was.
In science, we have learned about the forces all around us. We have carried out experiments on friction, gravity, air resistance and upthrust.
What an amazing piece of home learning from this young lady. Mrs Sharp was so impressed with the time and care spent on this. Well done!