Welcome to Whales Class. We get our name from the Bible story Jonah and the Whale. It is a story of compassion and never giving up - values which are very important to our class. We encourage, respect and love sharing ideas with each other!
This year, Whales consists of Year 3 and 4 children.
Mrs Hunter will teach the class everyday, Mrs Cairns will teach the class on a Friday afternoon
Mrs Billman will support the class Monday - Wednesday mornings
Mr Hands will support the class on a Thursday and Friday
Whales class recapped how to use Google Classroom this week. They also started to learn how to organise their ‘Drive’. They learnt how to make a new folder, make a copy of a document and save their work in a particular folder.
Whales Class continued their ukulele lessons. They recapped some songs and a chord they had learnt before the Summer holidays.
Whales class have been learning different footwork and coordination skills in their Real PE lessons. They have been focusing on showing each movement with fluency and control.
On Friday we enjoyed our last day as a 2/3/4 class. We had Welly Day, where we worked together to light a fire and made delicious s’mores! We also planned and set up our own mini sports day. We had lots of fun working together in our house teams earning lots of points! Well done … Read more
Whales Class have been demonstrating incredible skills throughout our Welly Day sessions. They have started to use simple tools to add to the site, showing great resilience and problem solving skills. Children work together, negotiating to build dens and obstacle courses. They have been investigating the natural world and have even designed and built their … Read more
In Computing this half term, Whales class have been learning how to create a stop motion animation using a camera on a chrome book. We used a storyboard to plan our animation and then we took still images and sequenced the frames to create the effect of movement.
In History, Whales have continued to learn about the Railways and how they have changed over time. We learnt about the positive and negative impact of the railways and used this new knowledge to design and create our own board game!
Whales class have worked so hard to learn to play 4 songs on the ukulele. The children performed all four songs and were filmed for the Norfolk Music Festival. There was an adjudicator who gave us very positive feedback! Watch our performance here!