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The Sydney Opera House Class

We enjoyed getting involved with 'Crazy hair day!' and raising some money for school. Take a look at our creative hair styles! 

In Computing we have been learning about algorithms. We have been enjoying giving the beebots instructions to follow. We know that sometimes it doesn't always go to plan so we might have to debug our instructions! 

In Science we have been learning all about different materials. We have been set a challenge to create a waterproof poncho for teddy! Here we are testing the different materials to find out which are waterproof and non-absorbent. 

In D&T we have been baking our own jammy dodgers! We have measured out the ingredients and used different tools to help us. We also made our own biscuit carriers and attached a lid and a handle to take them home with us. They were very yummy!  

As the season's changing, we went out to explore our school grounds to see what signs of autumn we could find. We enjoyed looking at the different coloured leaves on the trees. Please check out our amazing autumn poem on class dojo!


In the Sydney Opera House Class we know how important it is to read everyday. Here we are having some quiet time enjoying reading our books.

In science we have been learning about our 5 senses. We went outside to explore what we could see, smell, hear and feel. We couldn’t find anything out there to taste though!

In Art we have been improving our painting techniques. We have learnt to mix colours, to add white paint to change the tones and practiced painting facial features. We are going to be painting a portrait of Miss Smith soon! We hope she’ll be impressed by them!

As part of our History topic, we have been learning about what Braunstone was like in the past. We went on a local walk to see what we could find that was from the 1800s. We enjoyed looking at the old farm house and talking about why it is different to our houses. We also tried some food from the 1800s. Did you know they used to eat Yorkshire Puddings with jam? We loved them!