Class interviews about the egg!

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 9, 2018

 

We asked each other what we thought was inside the egg we found on our school field.

We found a mysterious egg on the field today

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 9, 2018

It was a very big egg but we were worried the creature inside would get hurt or eaten!  So…

We put stick around it to keep it safe and stop it rolling away!  Like birds do when they build a nest.

We covered it in grass and hay to keep it warm and hide it from other animals.

 

Watch the videos to see what our children think about their discovery…

 

We are readers and writers

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Posted by mrswallow | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 6, 2018

Mes Bruck left us a tricky challenge. We had to read a sentence with some of the words missing and decide which words need to be added to make sense!

Tricky stuff!

It’s Friday afternoon at Birdwell Primary

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Posted by mrswallow | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 2, 2018

 

Maxine is proud of her puddings, Reception class are recapping their tricky phonics sounds, Year 1 are doing amazing maths, Year 2 are working in their Maths Challenge books whilst Miss Millington videos them doing their Times table Shootouts, Year 3 are writing in their new Remarkable Writing books, Year 4 are performing movement routines in the hall, Year 5 are in Barnsley on a school visit and Year 6 are learning to teach Mr Swallow how to order  large beer in German!

Just a typical end to our week at Birdwell School.

The Ice Age

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 2, 2018

Following on from the frozen theme, we have been investigating the Ice Age, and learning all about prehistoric animals!

We have discussed Wooly Mammoths, Sabre tooth tigers and wooly Rhinos! Here are some of our cave style art work on these amazing animals.

Take a look!

 

 

Frozen Worlds!

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 2, 2018

During our freezing week, we have also frozen some balloons! These looked magical, and this allowed us to explore the temperature and texture of frozen water. In a science experiment, to discuss how to speed up the melting process, we added salt to the balloons. This changed the texture from a smooth to a rough surface!

Take a look!

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