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Broughton-in-Amounderness

CE Primary School

Love learning, life, one another and God

Yew

Welcome to Yew Class!

Meet the Teacher 2020

Summer 2 KS1 Overview

Green Blue Peter Badges

Today, Yew Class were very excited to receive their Blue Peter badges and their certificate which were awarded to them for being ‘Climate Superheroes’. 

Science - observing plants 

Yew Class have been practising their observation skills and have been observing plants closely using magnifying glasses. They then chose two plants to compare.

Bee Centre Visit

Artwork - Green Blue Peter Badge Application

Creation prayer

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The children thought about their favourite things that God created and wrote a class thank you prayer.

Green Blue Peter Badge - Our Pledges

Yew Class are trying to get green Blue Peter badges. Today they decided on their pledges and displayed them by hanging them from paper plate Earths that they created. 

Outdoor art

The children created portraits of each other using PE equipment, natural materials and chunky chalk. 

Plant Identification Sheets 

Yew Class made their own plant identification sheets today for the plants that you can find in the school grounds and churchyard. 

Anti-Bullying Week

Cottage Museum 

Yew Class enjoyed exploring the Tudor part of the cottage today. They thought about what it would be like to live there and how it is similar and different to houses that are built today. 

Eco Week

The Great Fire of London

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In Yew Class, we have been learning about the Great Fire of London. The children recreated the main events of the fire and filmed a short video. They then recorded a voice over to describe the main events.

The Big Draw Festival - A Climate of Change

Yew Class have enjoyed learning about different endangered species this afternoon and completing a drawing challenge on one of these species. They had to draw the animal in 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, with their eyes closed, with their wrong hand and without taking their pencil off the page. They then spent more time on drawing that animal in detail and colouring it in.

Zoo2U Visit 

Yew Class had a fantastic afternoon learning about and handling a variety of animals from around the world. 

Art Rubbings

Yew class have been discovering various textures to make some fabulous rubbings this afternoon 🖍 📝 ☀️

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