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Welcome to Camelot Class!

Teachers: Mr Samuel Davies and Mrs Dani Tooth 

           

 

The beginning of our Learning Journey September 2021.....

  

     

 

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Charlie and The Chocolate Factory

         

Welcome to our learning journey for the first part of this term, lots of you have been learning virtually through our google classroom and it is really wonderful to see your work which we will share below.

We have been really busy in school learning the story by using a story map. We have been looking at the use of adjectives and then we have used them to describe Charlie Buckets house. We have also designed our own chocolate wrappers and then we got to make our very own chocolate bars, I think you'll agree they look delicious. 

       

   

         

         

It was then time for the children to write up the story of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. They used the story map for guidance and some of the stories have there own twist. Please take a minute to look through the wonderful stories created by Camelot class. Also I will be uploading other pictures of work you have sent me to the Gallery section so have a look and see if you can spot yours.

      

         

    

  

Autumn Term 2020 

The Great Fire Of London

We had a great start to the new school year learning all about the Great Fire of London. Camelot has spent some time using different types of media to make fire pictures and Tudor house models. The children have made flame collages using tissue paper and black silhouettes. We then used the same black silhouette idea but this time we placed it on sugar paper and then tried rubbing chalks on to the paper to make the flames look realistic. Please see our lovely artwork below:

          

         

 

We have spent some of our time in class learning about Tudor houses and our project involved all the children making their very own Tudor house out of junk modelling. When the children finished painting their Tudor houses we stuck them all together to make our very own mini London, which we then set alight and watched burn from a safe distance.  

 

                   

 

In another activity we looked at our senses and how we could use this to write our very own diary entries about The Great Fire Of London. The children talked about what they thought they would smell, what they could see and how they might feel. Then they explored these feelings and senses using lots of different describing words. I think you will agree they have done a brilliant job.