Red Kites News

Red Kites – Chocolate Entry Point | 13 Nov 2020

It’s not bad when you get to eat chocolate as part of your learning! That’s what Red Kites did this afternoon. They tried five different types of chocolate, blindfolded and used some amazing vocabulary to describe them e.g. bitter, rich, luxurious, and creamy. Next they heard the story of Hernan Cortes who invaded the Yucatan Peninsula …

YEAR 3/4 EXIT POINT & MUDDY PUDDLE DAY | 23 Oct 2020

To conclude their current topic on rainforests, Red Kites and Falcons spent the day making tropical fruit salads, crafting rainforest animals from natural materials and singing some outdoor songs. In summary:  Watermelon: good  Limes: bad  Pomegranate: pomewhat? Snaps below…

Please could all pupils in Years 3 and 4 come dressed appropriately for their first Muddy Puddle day on FRIDAY 23rd OCTOBER.   Thanks,   3/4 Team

Red Kites discovered why Rainforest Tribes paint their faces. It’s to incite fear, in other words to scare people away. They made their own rainforest masks after looking carefully at photographs of tribal face paint and creating their own design. I think they are marvellous!

Red Kites Sign and sing!

A big welcome back to all of our classes! Our teachers are all working hard updating their class pages for the new academic year and we are going to be including a lot of this information on here that would have previously been given out via our phase leaflets. Please bear with us whilst we …