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Our Minecraft River Ely Models and River Poetry performances
What a marvellous Autumn 2 term we have had. Our topic on the River Ely has been a great start to looking at the new curriculum and more importantly finding new ways to express and explore the way we present our learning. We have completed some great descriptive poetry and become great explorers both digitally and physically of beautiful world. We have used some great technical language to discuss the River Ely. Make sure you have a look at our Minecraft models and videos that the children put together.
Oh no! A river has formed in our classroom! Well we might as well find out as much as we can!
A trip to Trelai Park
Blwyddyn 3 went on a sense trip around Trelai park. We took iPads to take photos, note pads to record our thoughts and bodies to feel the world around us. This should lead into some great poetry!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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