What's rare is wonderful.
We are learning about time zones. This map might be useful for homework.
KAPLA was invented in 1987 by Tom van der Bruggen. KAPLA is an abbreviation of “Kabouter Plankjes” which means gnome planks in Dutch. As an artist, he could never find the wooden blocks he needed to make the constructions he wanted to make, so he invented these planks in a 1:3:5 ratio. Three thicknesses for one width and five widths for one length. With these identical planks the builder can construct with the precision of artwork and the stability of stones. We are enjoying using them in our classroom.
Talent SHOW FINALISTS 2018
pROJECT OF THE YEAR 2018-ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS
We enjoyed researching our projects about a variety of ancient civilizations, making models and presenting them to the class.
Christmas jumper day
We had fun investigating the items which were magnetic and which were not. Did you know that iron, cobalt and nickel are the only metals that are strongly attracted to magnets.
Modelling with clay
We were allowed to dress up!!
Maths Fun Day 2018
We had lots of fun playing educational math games, engaging in trails around the school yard and Castletown and drawing the school garden to scale .
Here we are carrying out an investigation to find out which materials are the best at absorbing sound.
We love to make jigsaws in our 'chill out corner'
The saxophone is a modern member of the woodwind family. It is played with a single-reed mouthpiece. Thank you Valerie for bringing in this one for us to try. We made beautiful music with it!