Nether Kellet Primary School
Nether Kellet Primary School

Sycamore Class Assembly

Sycamore Class performed a fantastic assembly about the Romans in Britain. They did a wonderful job learning their lines and singing two songs.

Africa Talk

Sycamore Class really enjoyed our visit from a man who lives in Kenya. We learnt lots of very interesting facts about volcanoes, particularly Mount Nyiragongo, Gorillas and Warthogs.

Carbon Monoxide Talk

This week, a lady came in to talk about the dangers of carbon monoxide and how to avoid them.

Kenya Talk

This week, all the classes had a talk from a man from Kenya about what it was like to live there.

Beech Class Fun Afternoon

A well deserved afternoon of fun after a busy week of tests!

Habitat Construction

Sycamore Class have been making habitats for a range of different animals, including foxes, hedgehogs and rabbits.   They were tasked with ‘selling their habitat’ as if they were estate agents, describing in detail what they had made and explaining their design choices!

Germany Week

The Very Hungry Caterpillar continued his journey around the world this week in Oak Class. This week he visited Germany so we made and ate some black forest gateau! It was delicious!

Spain Week

Oak Class have been learning about different countries and cooking food from each one. So far we have made some pavlova whilst learning about Australia, poutine when learning about Canada. Here are some photos from today’s learning about Spain. We got the chance to make and try some paella.

Borwick Hall

Oak Class had a fantastic day at Borwick Hall last week. The weather was fantastic and we got to take part in a range of different activities such as indoor caving, fire building (marshmallows and hot chocolate included!), den building, bear hunt, teddy bears picnic and an obstacle course.

Capacity and Volume

We investigated the capacity and volume of a range of different containers in maths.  We added water to each container to a specific volume and made sure to read the scale accurately.  We also investigated the capacity of some containers, of which we didn’t know the capacity, using measuring jugs to achieve this!