Have a look at our Anglo-Saxon brooch designs.
We used string and tissue paper to create the 3D effect and then carefully wrapped tinfoil around it to create a metal look. Finally we painted on important features such as jewels to show wealth with rich colours.
These are just a few of our finished Peter Thorpe inspired space art masterpieces. Lime class have thought carefully about contrasting and complementary colours and produced a background and foreground to create this artwork. They definitely make the classroom POP!
After a long week of trying to get our heads around long multiplication we’ve nearly cracked it! We wrote down some of our marvellous mistakes so that we can look out for them tomorrow. Making mistakes is good, we just need to understand how to fix it.
Lime class had a fantastic time at the festival on Friday. John Dougherty filled the room with laughter and was brilliant at bringing his characters to life. We even got a copy of his book signed for Lime class.
Congratulations to Elizabeth who received highly commended for her beautiful recreation of gangsta granny.
Today in Lime class we had a brilliant English lesson filled with drama. We made phone calls to each other pretending that we were astronauts going into space with the 2030 Mars manned mission. Of course we had to imagine we were 11 years into the future. Some brilliant conversation revolved around how they were feeling and their astronaut training.🌚🚀
In topic, we looked into heliocentric and geocentric theories of the universe. We took inspiration from a debate seen between Galileo and Copernicus and voted on who was the best scientist and why. We then wrote our own debates from the perspective of our chosen scientist and performed some of them to the class. 🌍🌕