Archive: Bluebells 2016-2017









Below is our classes Digital Work, that we have completed using Purple Mash in our Computing lessons at school.


‘We have had another jam packed half term in Bluebells Class! We have been learning all about the Great Fire of London. We did lots of work with the London fire Brigade around fire safety in our different homes. We walked around Fulham identifying materials used nowadays to build houses. We found out about various materials and their properties and designed our own 17th Century houses which got burned down in our mini Great fire! Our knowledge was extended when we visited the Museum of London Fire! Fire! exhibition to find out more about the Great Fire. We joined in with Fulham Film Festival for Miss Layton’s birthday. We also participated in Around the World Drama Workshop where we pretended to visit lots of different countries. Our Christmas tree, which we purchased (and carried back) from North End Road Market, was beautifully decorated with hand made Chinese paper lanterns and paper chains. We celebrated by making gifts for each other and singing in our Christmas concert. We also surprised the teachers by turning their photos into mini elf decorations. ‘

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‘Phew, what a busy first half term we have had together as the new Bluebells class. We began receiving baby caterpillars which metamorphosed before our very eyes into beautiful caterpillars. We released them on the playground and hope they flew off to a lush park in London. We visited Normand Park with Miss Glenny to observe seasonal changes. We collected only the most colourful leaves and used these to make nature crowns. After creating our pond display, located outside of our classroom, we looked at the work of Monet and other modern artists. We were lucky enough to see the actual Monet Waterlilies painting at the Tate Gallery at Bankside. We visited the Thames Wetlands Centre in Barnes to consolidate our learning on life cycles and they were very impressed with our knowledge. We pond dipped and found a range of animals which we then had to classify and find out information about. We ended the half term by hosting a fruit smoothie cafe for the whole of Fulham Primary School. We bought fruit from the market (1200 grapes!) and, along with lots of helpers, made over 200 smoothies! We have used the money we raised to buy some new furniture for our book corner.’