Year 3 had a fantastic Roman Day on Tuesday to begin their Roman topic.
Ben from the Treehouse Theatre was fantastic in giving the children a top class performance with oodles of Roman history in a whistle-stop play. He provided props and costumes for the children to perform their part in the play. From elephants to Emperors and Gladiators, they each had a part to perform in the Roman performance.
Year 3 had a great day out at Stonehenge. We learnt a lot and despite the cold we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. All the children were fantastic representatives for FJS and were very well behaved and enthusiastic throughout the day. … Continue reading →
On Wednesday, we opened our minds and widened our eyes as the universe unfolded above us in a pop-up planetarium. One class at a time, we looked up at the wonders of space. This was no simulation: these images were the real thing. Every crater we saw on Mars or on the moon is actually there, photographed and documented.
We may not all want to do it for real, but no doubt there are budding engineers and scientists ready to contribute in some way to this exciting frontier area.
Thank you to Neil, who set everything up and let us handle space rock. He also made us proud to live in a part of the UK where components for space craft are built and developed.
Year 5 have started investigating what it takes to construct a hat. Our challenge was to make a working hat in order to identify the different components and how they fit together. We have also thought about the shape and … Continue reading →