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This is my husband, my daughter and myself. Every week we have a zoom quiz with other members of the family. There are about 10- 12 groups that join in. Each time someone different is in charge of asking the questions. It’s just a little bit of fun, and it helps those of the family […]
On my walk today I found lots of plants. New ones seem to pop up every day! I love it when I notice a new flower, one that was not there yesterday. I took some photos of some of the plants…. then I noticed something! This Is Ivy! WAIT! This is Daisy! HANG ON THERE’S […]
Well I nearly missed these…they were going so fast. The Red arrows flew over London on Friday. They were a part of the V.E. day celebrations. when they got to London they sprayed out red white and blue smoke. They are very loud as they go past.
Today I found some interesting plants and other things…BUT I HAD TO LOOK VERY CAREFULLY It made me think. I wonder if it is really noisy for those ants, ladybirds, worms and earwigs that live under these bells. I thought about them blowing in the wind and how much noise they would make. Can you […]
That looked like cotton wool to me! When I looked closer… it was a wriggling mess of caterpillars… still munching away at the Hawthorn tree they are on. So I went on the hunt for spiders webs. You can just see this intricate pattern on this spiders web. How does it do that? It […]
On my walk this morning I came across this! It is part of World War two. It is called a Tett Turret. During World War two there was an airfield based in Hornchurch. Hornchurch is 3 stops on the tube train from Dagenham East (the station closest to our school). Air […]
Have some fun during this temporary school closure. There are several differences between these two pictures, can you spot them?
Wow look at these! On my walk this morning I went past a tree (A Hawthorn) and I noticed a small cotton wool blob on the end of a branch. At first I thought it was a spiders web. But when I looked closely WELL!! look what it was. These wriggly caterpillars have just hatched. […]
Year 4’s are continually developing our cooking skills. Last week we created our own stir fry using fresh vegetables, noodles, lemon juice and soy sauce. This week we surprised ourselves by making apple tarts using home made pastry. We used a number of different cookery techniques including: peeling, cutting, slicing, dicing, rolling and mixing to […]