For earning 2000 dojos our class chose to have a session using the large apparatus in the hall. We took our time and learn how to safely use the equipment and lots of us were taking calculated risks by going on equipment they’d not used before and challenging themselves to climb, balance and travel across […]
Yesterday students from Thrybergh Primary attended the Young Voice 2024 concert. 🎶 After a brilliant rehearsal with the children, we were all geared up for the main event! We had the best time singing our hearts out! 💙
Last week Class 5/6 celebrated earning 2000 dojos by having their own special non- uniform day as a reward for their hard work. Well Done Everyone. What a brilliant way to celebrate our success! 👏
In Year 5/6 the maths is quite challenging. Recently we have been learning to express algebraic expressions using cubes to support our learning. We had to be really resilient to get it right!
We have begun to explore how to create different tones and textures using charcoal. Excellent focus and concentration in preparation for creating artwork in the style of Valerie Ganz.
This week in Geography Year 2 have been using the key on a map to identify human and physical features of the Gold Coast in Australia! They all worked super hard.
Fantastic concentration in paired reading in SFA on Monday morning, followed by summarising what we have read so far. We are all aiming to be writing with pens by the end of the year, so we are working hard on using correct letter formation and joins.
As always, our FS1 and FS2 children have been working extremely hard last week with many activities including: Making friendship bracelets, building ramps to drive our cars on, acting out The Elves and The Shoe-maker and Goldilocks and the Three Bears, making two coloured repeated number patterns, exploring more than and less than, creating pictures […]
Last week, Class 1/2 took part in a live ‘Meet the Physios’ session, as part of the ‘Jobs for All’ project with the NHS. We got to listen to Elliott and Hannah talk about what a Physiotherapist does and we learned about our bones, joints and muscles. We asked a question: How many patients do […]
Our artist this term is Vincent van Gogh, so last week in Art, we have been learning how to draw facial features using a pencil for tone and shade. Over the next few weeks we will be completing our own self portraits using the skills we have gathered.