I hope you enjoyed your homework this week Class 3. I look forward to hearing all about it. Mr Ross
It was great to be able to end our topic by seeing a river up close and exploring river creatures. Here are just a few from the day!
Every visitor must bring – A packed lunch/Water bottle ( I suggest it is in a plastic bag) Wellington boots (spare socks and a change of shoes for the end of the day are recommended, possibly even spare trousers!) We will be outside all day so suitable clothing for outdoor… Read more »
Thought of you today Class 3 as I walked past a river high on Dartmoor.
I’m looking forward to seeing your amazing river creative homework. Remember it needs to be in by Friday 4th May Here are two that arrived today. Amazing!!! Mr Ross
Classes 3,4 and 5 had a wonderful morning experiencing cricket with a coach from Somerset County Cricket Club. Hopefully it would have inspired some people to try something new. https://www.ecb.co.uk/play/all-stars – to find out more information about your local club.
A huge well done to all the children who ran at Mudford Cross Country tonight – You were amazing! Great to see so many participants from All Saints. Also a big thank you to Mrs Allman for stepping in at the last minute to marshall the event, enabling us to… Read more »
Class 3 have started the new term by studying the river course and learning each section. Where is the mouth? Where can you find a waterfall? How are meanders formed? How are oxbow lakes formed? What are tributaries?
Wishing you all a very Happy Easter. I hope you have a relaxing break. When we return for the Summer Term we will begin our new topic “From Source to Sea”. I am sure it’ll prove to be another exciting topic! Best Wishes Mr Ross
Our topic is “Art On Our Doorstep.” For your homework this week, I would like you to use the local area as your inspiration to either draw/paint or take photos of the amazing places that we are surrounded by. E.G Ham Hill, Montacute House, Ladies Walk, Lyme Regis or wildlife.