Welcome to Stream Class page!
Welcome back to the new academic year. Your new teachers in Stream Class will be Mrs Player on Mondays and Tuesdays, and Mrs Webb on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. We have lots of exciting things planned for the autumn term including visits to the STEAM museum in Swindon and the SS Great Britain. We will also be visiting The Pig at Bath for an engineering workshop and Chelwood too! Click on the image below for an overview of our learning this autumn.
Please note, PE will be on Monday afternoons: please can all pupils come to school in their PE kits on Mondays.
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Autumn Term 1
Our visit to STEAM in Swindon
Here are some photographs of our learning from the academic year 2022 to 2023
We visited the seaside town of Weston to learn about the history and life of the people who live there. We visited the Weston Museum and got to step back in time, we all got dressed up to add ourselves to a portrait. We also has some time on the beach, building sandcastles and playing. It was a lovely day and we were very lucky with the weather!
A visit from the dentist!
Stream Class were visited by the dentist, who reminded us of why it is important to look after our teeth. We had a quiz at the end and had remembered many facts.
Science afternoon – habitats!
Stream Class were lucky enough to have a visit from Amber and her very special animals. We were introduced to Hector the rabbit, Freda the frog, Barry the bearded dragon and Sally the corn snake. We learnt about the different habitats that these animals live in when in the wild. We were allowed to handle the animals and really enjoyed learning about them!
Awareness of ocean pollution.
As part of our topic, ‘Oceans and Seas’, we have been learning about how badly our oceans can be affected by the poor choices of humans and the impact it can have on the environment. We decided that we would like to make a giant fish and fill it up with plastic; this is a visual representation of how much plastic is harming our oceans today. We made the fish from chicken wire and have been bringing in plastic from home to fill it up.