Welcome to Poplar Class.
The Class Teacher is Mrs Goda.
As a part of our Survivors Learning Quest, we went in the forest school to create our own shelters. Then we tested if our shelters could protect us in a survival situation.. (Article 6, 28 and 31)
We were lucky to have the author Jemma Hatt in to visit us! We had a workshop with her where we came up with characters and ideas for our own adventure stories. (Article 13 and 28)
We enjoy playing netball and completing fitness exercises during our PE lessons. (Article 28 and 31)
Learning Quest - Summer 2
Learning Quest - Summer 1
We have enjoyed reading our books with our parents in Reading Cafe (Article 28)
We had Online Safety lesson delivered by Trinity Six Form pupils (Article 17 and 16)
Year 6 celebrated World Book Day by reading to Reception children (Article 28)
English Immersion lesson - how to write a Review (Article 28 and 31)
Year 6 children visited Erith Fire Station for Bexley Young Citizenship Workshop (Article 6 and 28)
Spring 2 - Learning Quest
We had an amazing time on our school trip: climbing aboard a real World War 2 destroyer ship, going inside a wartime submarine, experiencing a real WW2 air raid shelter and finding out about how rope was made for boat anchors! (Article 28 and 31)
During our Learning Quest 'Fallen Fields', we were learning about evacuees. So we tried to imagine their life and wrote our own letters from evacuees to send them home to our parents.
The team work is very important when we are working on our Science project to make a scarecrow using electrical components. (Article 13 and 28)
Even PE lessons are fun when we are learning football skills!! (Article 28 and 31)
Remembrance Day at St. Paul's (Slade Green)
Autumn 2 - "Fallen Fields" - Learning Quest Parent Overview
Autumn 1 - "I'm a Survivor!" - Learning Quest Parent Overview
Poplar class used Scratch programme to create own games in Computing lesson. (Article 17 and 28)
We celebrated Diamond Award achievement in MOT - Master Of Timestables. (Article 29)
In Science lesson, children were making own representation of blood.