We have written our own poems about Claudius, the evil King in Hamlet. We have written them in the style of the poet: John Agard.
We have planted our seeds for food we are going to be using in our cooking.
We have planted leeks and radishes.
In literacy we have been writing statements we can use in a debate. Some of us thought about the ‘for’ argument and others thought about the ‘against’ argument.
We enjoyed taking part in the Hockey House Tournament. We had to remember all the skills we had been taught and then put them together in to a game. It was very exciting!
On Monday we took part in the house tournament for Hockey.
We really enjoyed putting our practising and skills into action.
Well done everyone who took part!
We have written and recorded our own versions of the spell Prospero may have used to call up the Tempest.
We have learned how to pounce a portrait. This means you piece small holes in a picture and then dab charcoal or chalk through these holes.
These are our Shakespeare portraits.
We created these portraits of Shakespeare by taking an image, cutting it into four and then drawing our own version.
We made different types of Hidden Veggie Pizza. In one we ‘hid’ the vegetables inside the dough base, in another we used peppers and mini sweet peppers only. One had onions and peppers and the final one we made without cheese.
Which one was your favourite?
We have made our own ‘Hidden Veggie Pizzas’. We put in red onion, brown onion, tomato, peppers and mini sweet peppers.
We have grown our own peppers and tomatoes before.
What have you grown and cooked with?