There are 25 fantastic foxes in Fox Class who are taught by Mrs Carlisle and supported by Mrs Parker and Mrs Bruce.
Have a look at our webpage to find out all about the exciting things we are learning!
Towers, Tunnels and Turrets
See the castle ahead? Get ready to invade its mighty walls! Shoot a projectile with an archer’s aim! Head across the drawbridge, over the moat and up to the top of the tower...
Then dig deep, deep down making burrows and tunnels, just like the animals who live underground.
And finally… meet three little pigs who need your help to build a strong fortress. Inside its strong walls they’ll be safe from the big, bad wolf!
No huffing and puffing will blow your fortress down!
Our visit to Lincoln Castle
Despite the freezing cold temperatures and the howling wind, Fox Class had a fantastic wow day at Lincoln Castle.
We took part in a Medieval banquet in the presence of King Harry, Queen Milly, Lord Aiden and Lady Alycia, with entertainment provided by jesters, musicians and dancers.
We also had a tour along the castle walls, tried on armour and learned how to fire arrows in order to attack a castle.
What an amazing time we had!
We would like to say a big thank you to our parent helpers - we hope you enjoyed the day as much as we did.
Well Done Foxes!
In assembly this morning, we received the tidiest classroom award for Key Stage 1.
Our classroom foxes are making sure Eeyore feels very welcome!
Beat Band Boogie
Boom, boom, boom parrup, bah-dum TISH! Here comes the marching band! Left, right, left right… Atten-SHUN!
Step in time to the beat: 1,2,3,4, let’s make sounds, high and low!
That sound is loud! That one’s quiet… Shhhh, listen up! What can you hear? There are sounds all around. What’s making each one?
Then it’s time to perform... Oh, what a performance! Your audience loves you, so let’s take a bow!
How do string instruments make a sound?
Jamie, Kyan and Aiden brought their guitars to school to help us answer this question.
We had lots of fun strumming and plucking the strings to find out how the sounds were made. We discovered that a sound is made when something moves or vibrates, and this movement sets up a sound wave in the surrounding air.
A sound on a string instrument is made when the string vibrates.
We found out that thinner strings make a high sound and thicker strings make a low sound. A short string will create a high sound and a long string will produce a low sound.
Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum! Arrr... me hearties, – it’s a sailor’s life for me!
Get your sea legs on, it’s time to sail the salty seas. Navigate, investigate and explore the world – just like Captain Cook.
Thar’s land ahead, me buckos! Let’s get t’ship t’port
What an amazing array of superhero costumes we had!
Thank you for helping us to raise money for two very deserving causes -
Macmillan Cancer Support and QMC.
Meet our furry visitors
Rocco's mum brought the most adorable baby rabbits to show us.
They scampered around the carpet and let us stroke them.
Please can we have one, Mum?