We made some robots out of natural materials on the field

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

Tour de Birdwell

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on May 1, 2018

Crazy circuits!

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on April 30, 2018

Today we have been discovering all about amazing Circuits. We spoke together about what we need to power a circuit, what is used to connect and how we use circuits for our homes!
Take a look at some of our learning from today!

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We fought the dragon just like St George.

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on April 17, 2018

Our Crazy Creations!

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on April 11, 2018

These are the amazing robots that the reception class have designed at home throughout the easter holidays.

We have some that move on wheels, some with long bendy arms and even one with a clock on the front to tell the time!

Lewis even wrote about his being called Chompers and be able to shoot fire and ice!

Hannah explained that her robot tidied her room for her when she told it to!

Take a look at the amazing creations we have made.

 

Rocking Robots!

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on April 10, 2018

Welcome to our new topic titled ‘Are robots like humans?’

We have had some amazing robots that the class have made at home with lots of cool parts that make them move!

We have started to talk about what jobs robots have in the real world, and why we use robots to do certain jobs that may be too dangerous for humans. There are lots of robot themed activities and writing materials throughout the classroom which we have been loving already!

Take a look!

Welcome to Spring

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

Spring has finally sprung at Birdwell!

We can now discuss all the new life, and plants that are growing on our school field and our play ground. We have been looking at the buds on the trees and how these will develop into new life, and the daffodils that will flower when they have enough sunlight.

 

 

 

Egg Drop!

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on March 22, 2018

Today we have read the ‘egg drop’ book, and decided to recreate our own egg drop!
We enjoyed talking about the yolk and albumen inside the egg, and even had chance to eat some yummy scrambled egg!
Check out the video!

Easter EGGtravaganza!

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Posted by birdwellmrsbruck | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on March 21, 2018

This week, our learning is going to be all about the festivities of Easter.

We have received a letter from the Easter bunny, and he left lots off eggs on our play ground. We hunted for these and found 191 eggs! We have our EGGcellent egg shop, as our maths focus has been on money and counting pennies. We have spoken about the story of Easter, and why people celebrate with eggs!

Take a look at some of our amazing displays and activities around the classroom.

BEST SNOW DAY EVER!!!!!!

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Posted by mrswallow | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on March 1, 2018

Wow!

We are situated on a main road and many of our staff live locally so we opened for business as usual today…and it turned out to be an amazing day!

We started off in the hall all together to find out how many pupils and staff we had and find out what we were doing today.  The teachers split us into 4 groups and there were 4 different activities to visit during the day.

  • Mr Crouch ran a warm-up work out fitness session in the hall
  • Mrs Atkinson ran a calming art session
  • Mrs Rees had fun with the iPads and computers
  • Mr Swallow went outside for snowboarding, sledging and snowballs (mainly at him!!!!)

We all had our lunch together in the hall and sat and had a chill and a chat.  (Thank you to our kitchen staff for making it in to work!)

The children visited each session during the day.  Every single member of staff had a great time and commented on what a great, positive attitude all our pupils had.  Older children helped younger ones with coats and gloves, children worked on projects together and we finished our day in the hall with the benches and mats out to watch a cartoon as we all got picked up at different times.

Best snow day ever!!!!  Thank you everyone!

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