Our topic this half term is all about Autumn
23.11.20 – We went out into the school grounds again last Friday and created some lovely patterns using any natural materials we could find. Her are the results.
23.11.20 – Kimmeridge have sent in some lovely homework for our Autumn topic. Look at the gallery below to see what the children have created.
12.11.20 – Kimmeridge made some fantastic animals using the natural materials they found outside in the school grounds and clay. Take a look at the gallery below and be amazed.
22.10.20 – We have had great fun making beads in the Stone Age style
29.9.20 – Take a look at our fabulous Stone Age cave paintings.
10.9.20 – Kimmeridge are now back in school. Over the next few weeks keep coming back and we will show you what we have been doing in school. Our Topic for this term is “Meet the Flintstones”
Kimmeridge are working at home…..
And just to prove it, here are some of the photo they have sent in. Just to be fair though I have added in some pictures taken in school too.
6.2.20 Rice Around the Campfire
We have been learning about how one staple food can be used in lots of different ways around the world. Rice is such a versatile ingredient and we have been amazed by how many different countries eat rice, and all the different ways it can be cooked. We decided to make our own Mediterranean inspired vegetable rice, which we prepared on the fire outside. While it cooked, we shared campfire songs and stories, and made dens in the forest school area. When it was ready, it was really tasty! It was a really fun morning and Miss Evans and Mrs Stott were blown away by how sensible Kimmeridge were and how well they worked as a team.
We have been reading the BFG and were very intrigued by the Frobscottle potion that he drinks. We decided to make our own and see what it tastes like. Most of us really enjoyed it, though some were a bit worried about whether it would have similar effects to in the story!
16.1.20 Enid Blyton Picnic
As part of our World’s Kitchen topic, we have been learning about the history of British picnics. We compared the food that we would eat at a picnic now to what was eaten at a picnic in the past. Some of the foods were very similar, and some very different! We read an extract from Enid Blyton’s Five Go For A Picnic and decided to recreate the foods she described. We made egg mayonnaise and salad sandwiches, and some of us even tried tinned sardines! We washed it all down with ginger beer and lemonade. A brilliant afternoon was had by all!