What perfect weather for our sports day! Our sports day started with some field events. The javelin, shot put, golf, hurdles and long jump. Here we are competing against our friends!
Next, the track events. We took part in a sprint, egg and spoon race and bean bag on head race. We finished with a very exciting relay!
Year 1 boys sprint
Year 1 and 2 girls bean bag
Year 2 boys egg and spoon
Year 1 and 2 girls sprint
Year 1 boys bean bag
Year 2 boys sprint
Year 1 and 2 girls egg and spoon race
Year 2 boys bean bag race
Year 1 egg and spoon race
Whole class relay race
Well done Alps for taking part and more importantly.... having a fantastic time!
Our sports week began by taking part in a Morda mile on the field. We had to make sure we kept up a good pace!
Street dance with Chloe Elizabeth
We joined in with some street dance led by Chloe Elizabeth dance company https://www.cedc.co.uk/
Here we are perfecting our dance moves!
Our final dance routine!
Some of our thoughts on our dance session with Chloe:
"That is the best thing I have ever done - I can't get over it!"
"I didn't think I would enjoy dancing, but I really did, I had the best time!"
"Please can we do that again? I loved it!"
Can you create a map of Morda? As part of our enhanced learning this half term, the children in Alps have been creating their own 3D maps making sure they label it clearly. Here is one the children have worked on as a group.
As part of our art this term, we have been studying the artist William Morris. We noticed his work had some repetitive patterns, so we decided to have a go at creating our own William Morris inspired wallpaper using the method of printing.
,We have been talking about animals that use camouflage to blend into their surroundings, to hide and avoid being eaten by predators. We also discussed the army wearing green camouflage or sandy coloured kit in the desert, so as not to be seen by the enemy.
This afternoon in the Forest School area we looked for ways to cover ourselves in camouflage and hide from others. We then played a big game of Hide and Seek.
Just as we were leaving a toad jumped out of the brown long grass to show us all how it is really done!
In geography this half term, we will be comparing the village of Morda to the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. To start our learning, we went for a walk around Morda using a map to locate significant buildings and features in the village. We needed to follow the map carefully to make sure we didn't get lost! We saw on the map that there was a play park, so decided to stop off on our way back to school!
This is the blog of Daffodils Class (Year 2 and 3)