The Lower Key Stage 2 Learning Lockdown
In a wintery week in January, children in Year 3 and Year 4 have blown us away with the outstanding pieces of work they have sent in that have given us a glimpse of the brilliant learning taking place in homes across our Shakespeare community.
From science experiments, investigating the effects of static electricity, to historical research, exploring the tools and everyday objects created by the prehistoric people of Bronze Age Britain, we have had a week packed with varied learning opportunities.
Akshitha investigating the effects of static electricity
Lucas, Alex and Matthew seeing what can happen between your hair and a balloon when a negative and positive charge meet!
Thank you for your continued support with all of the learning at home every day and a big well done to all of the children who have adapted so quickly to using DB Primary, engaging kindly with their friends in the forum and submitting their work on a daily basis. All of the adults in school want to say a big THANK YOU! Have a restful weekend and we look forward to another week of exploring, discovering, investigating and creating next week.
Maimuna’s beautifully presented Maths and English work
Informative, historical research from our Year 3 pupils: Darsh, Abdullah and Shanaya