As part of their habitats topic, pupils in Fernworthy were treated to a birds of prey talk from Mr Taylor. The children learnt about the birds and got to experience them firsthand!
Over the past six weeks pupils have been studying habitats and learning about some of the world’s most endangered wildlife and how they can play their part in protecting their environment. The children celebrated the end of the topic with a special ‘Wear it Wild’ wildlife day, where staff and pupils dressed up as some… Read more »
As an end of topic celebration, Fernworthy Class enjoyed a special Roman Day. The children were invited to dress up for the event, which many of the pupils chose to do. The children enjoyed participating in a number of different activities including baking honey cakes, making masks, bracelets and even designing and making their own head… Read more »
Following their rugby sessions led by coaches from Exeter Chiefs, pupils from Fernworthy Class took part in a tournament at Teignmouth Rugby Club along with several other local primary schools.
Pupils in Fernworthy class had the opportunity to work with coaches from Exeter Chiefs for several weeks to learn and improve their skills in Tag Rugby.
Pupils took part in an Egyptian workshop run by the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter. Pupils from Fernworthy Class became archaeologists for the day and learnt to piece together evidence about life and death in Ancient Egypt through artefact handling, studying images and dramatic role play. The day was led by a 1940s Archaeologist. At the end of… Read more »
Fernworthy’s topic has been ‘Sound and Light’ this half term. Pupils have created their own paintings making use of shadow and light and held a shadow puppet show, based on the story of Rama and Sita. There was also some practical science lessons involving sun dials and shadow sticks. Pupils also created their own instruments… Read more »
Fernworthy have focussed their learning on dragons and monsters this term. In art and design technology lessons, pupils made their own monsters out of Modroc. In English, pupils wrote descriptions of dragons and their own extended writing based on myths. The children’s Viking topic has linked a range of areas together including PE, art, design technology and English.… Read more »