on Tuesday 2nd September 2014.
(Monday is an INSET day.)
Congratulations to KS2 for a marvellous production of Aladdin!
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A great time was had by all of KS2 yesterday learning about the construction of bridges. Using just wooden canes and elastic bands, the children worked together to build a suspension style bridge that filled the school hall from corner to corner! Along the way, they learnt about 3D mathematical shapes and how bridges are strengthened. Teamwork was essential and the Y3s and Y4s worked together brilliantly. To see what we got up to, take a look. We would like to say a huge thank you to our PTA who kindly funded this enrichment activity.
To see the Architecture Workshop photos please follow this link here.
KS2 created their own photostories all about Bristol. They researched lots of information about different landmarks in Bristol, narrated and added tranistions and background music to their stories. To see their Bristol Photostories please follow this link here.