Nether Kellet Primary School
Nether Kellet Primary School

Making ‘poo’

Sycamore Class had loads of fun making ‘poo’ as part of their unit on the digestive system. They used Weetabix, banana and a pair of tights to demonstrate how the digestive system works. Their faces say it all!

Cake baking

Sycamore Class baked some cakes as part of their Maths lesson on mass. They used 2 eggs as the weight and weighed everything else against them. What a yummy lesson!

Dental Hygienist

As part of their topic, Sycamore Class had a dental hygienist come in to talk to them about different types of teeth and how to look after them. They even had a go at doing the job themselves! Thank you so much for coming!

NISCU assembly

Debbie from NISCU came in this morning to do an Easter assembly. We learnt about why Christians celebrate Easter and did some singing.

Sycamore Class’s Sycamore Seeds

We have been learning about plants and this week we investigated how the size or weight of a sycamore seed might change how far it would travel.

Life on the Ocean Waves Theme Day

The whole school had a wonderful day dressed up as pirates and taking part in lots of different activities. We created pirate finger puppets, created and raced our own boats, made treasure maps, practised walking the plank, sang sea shanties, built dens and cooked pirate food.

Creepy Crawly Roadshow

Sycamore’s trip to Leighton Moss

Sycamore Class had a wonderful time at Leighton Moss this week. They completed two activities over the day. One activity was called Discovering Birds in which they looked at feathers and nests and did some bird watching in a hide and on a sky tower. They also did an activity called a Living Things Trail where they followed a map and answered questions based on living things. What a brilliant day!

Cricket Taster Session

Sycamore Class had a great time taking part in a cricket taster session.

Paired Reading

We have been able to start up our paired reading in school again this term. Every other Tuesday afternoon, Sycamore read with Oak Class and Beech Class read with Chestnut Class. It has been lovely to see everyone together!