This week has seen us rustle up a tasty treat of Rock and Roll Crumble.

This week has seen us rustle up a tasty treat of Rock and Roll Crumble. Stone Age people would have eaten stewed fruit and ground seeds and nuts so we decided to have a go at making our own. We used pestle and mortars to grind up sunflower, sesame and linseeds which we then sprinkled over stewed…

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We’ve become archaeologists.

We’ve become archaeologists. This week we have been looking a range of evidence found at Skara Brae to help us find out how Stone Age people were changing the way they lived and becoming Bronze Age people. We found out that they were becoming farmers and would have developed tools to help them…

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Anyone fancy a S.T.E.M. Challenge?

Anyone fancy a S.T.E.M. Challenge?

This week has seen us turn into designers and architects to try and put together some of the skills we developed last half term in our DT work. Mrs Crowther set us the challenge of trying to build the tallest, freestanding tower we could using only 7 pieces of…

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This week our class has sounded like a movie theatre ....

This week our class has sounded like a movie theatre because we have been listening to lots of examples of John Williams’ music. He has written dozens of musical scores for so many famous films. We had to listen to and compare the music from Star Wars, Jaws, E.T and Harry Potter. Some of the…

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We’ve finally sorted the good from the bad.

We’ve finally sorted the good from the bad.

All week we have been thinking about who would be on Harry’s side in a battle against. We finally came up with a list but it was very hard to sort them out. It’s a good job we made a data base of all of their characteristics, it would have taken us…

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More strange goings on in Limbrick Class….

More strange goings on in Limbrick Class….

There have been some very strange looking people wandering around; we think they are wizards who have escaped from Azkaban. Stay tuned for more detailed descriptions of them in the coming weeks, we need to get them captured as soon as possible.

To…

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We almost did it.

We almost did it. We almost caught Aragog but unfortunately our cages were a little too small. We did however manage to catch quite a few baby spiders. We have come to the agreement with Aragog that we won’t trap her as long as she promises not to eat anymore of Hagrid’s pet rats. However, we…

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Something seriously strange has been going on in our class this week.

Something seriously strange has been going on in our class this week. Mrs Crowther gave us some bits of red and blue plastic and they have been sticking to all kinds of things, Miss Bishop’s whistle, Ruby’s hair clip, chair legs, door handles, fire extinguishers. To be honest we think it must be…

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Arrrggghhhhh!!!!!

Arrrggghhhhh!!!!!

Aragog the giant spider is on the loose. Hagrid has sent Limbrick class a letter asking us to help him as the pesky critter has been eating his pet rats. Of course we just had to help. We have been thinking carefully about the materials we want to use to build the cage, as…

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Food Glorious Food……

Food Glorious Food……

This week has seen us chopping, peeling, frying, stirring, crushing and blending all to make our very soups. We had everything from spicy chicken and vegetable soup to a creamy green soup. This is the third year we have been making soups in year three and I can honestly say…

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I thought library were supposed to be quiet places?

I thought library were supposed to be quiet places? Well yesterday Chorley library certainly wasn’t. We enjoy a trip to the library to find out more about what they offer, took part in a few quizzes and got to borrow a book with our library cards. At one point the library was actually asking us to…

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A class of Masterchefs

A class of Masterchefs is definitely what we have. This week we have tasted a whole host of different cakes and bakes as well as hearing about delicious pizzas, tasty BBQs and mouth-watering meatballs.

We’ve started to think about where in the world our food comes from and exactly how it gets…

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