From clubs to topics and food! So much going on at Lyndhurst. Pre-Reception perfected their chopping skills and made some very tasty looking fruit kebabs. Creative Club children enjoyed creating wonderfully crafty bookmarks. Year 1 continued their topic theme and explored the layers of the ocean and beaches.
Year 2 took part in Mr Manser’s treasure hunt today, whizzing round school finding the 9 clues in order to get their hands on the treasure! They then had a go at making their own treasure maps, before going out and burying their goodies!
Year 4 were examining the way intestines worked in this interesting (and gross!) STEM experiment. They first chewed and broke up the food before churning it round in their stomachs. They then passed it through the intestines making sure to squeeze the water out of the food. Year 4 then examined their stool to see…
Spooky Year 6 have been in the Halloween mood – they have created these wonderful and effective Bat bookmarks! Perfect to remember their place or favourite chapter in their latest read. They look great! Well done!
A busy week for Art department and our creative Lyndhurst children! Reception have had fun making adorable animals from paper cups. Year 4 have been building Tudor houses with great concentration and the works of Romero Britto and Van Gogh have been explored, researched and recreated in the Prep years.
Our Year 5 & 6 boys played away this week at Greenfield school. They all played really well and did Lyndhurst proud with their sporting spirit and effort. Although not a winning day on this occasion they all really enjoyed the match. Well done boys!
This week, we had the pleasure of hosting the lovely Jo Stokes to provide Poetry workshops in school. Here are Year’s 3 & 4 thoroughly enjoying creating, writing and performing their poetry ideas. Perfect to see the children perfecting these skills in readiness for the Poetry Recitals in school next week!
The topic of Year 4 this half term is duologues. They are working with different partners each week on short scripts for two actors. They have performed scripts titled A mermaid in the chip shop and The frog prince at the garden centre. This week they worked on a script called My friend is sad….
Here are some of the Year 5 children in front of their new Music room display about the 80’s decade. They enjoyed spending time discovering some of the artists and learning about the different genres that made up the very impressive time in music!
The whole school are hard at work practising for the school Poetry Recital! Everyone is excited to hear these wonderful poems read out loud. The children have chosen their piece or written it themselves and are busy perfecting their performances. We cannot wait.