STONE AGE ART
Buzzards spent time creating these wonderful pieces of artwork. They used charcoal and graphite pencils to draw these amazing Stone Age animals.
POSSIBLE WEEKEND ACTIVITY?
Belas Knapp is a STONE AGE Neolithic tomb found on Cleeve Hill, near Cheltenham and Winchcombe.
Belas Knapp is on the Cotswold Way National Trail and is a great place to explore or to enjoy a picnic. Belas Knap is one of four Gloucestershire long barrows.
It could be somewhere parents and pupils could visit if you fancy a mini Stone Age adventure!
Address: Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5AL
DRAMA FREEZE FRAME
In class, pupils have been looking at the amazing story of the Stone Age Boy. We have been using this as a source for writing. As well as that, we have been using as a start for our drama.
Here pupils tried to Freeze Frame key scenes from the book whilst the rest of the class watched and tried to guess the part of the story that was being depicted!
Buzzards pupils are having the wonderful opportunity to do Forest School this half term. We are doing it every Tuesday afternoon. These sessions are led by the talented Carrie Roet.
Pupils are learning about their environment in a creative an imaginative way as well as developing a range of skills.
REACH FOR THE STARS!
Pupils in Buzzards class have been working hard to create this wonderful shared artwork. I hope they are inspired by the message!
STARTING OUR TOPIC
In class, we have been thinking about the Stone Age. Pupils have been CURIOUS as they ask questions about our topic.
What would they like to know?
What do they already know?
We have already had a very curious pupil who went home to research the Stone Age after our very first day!
What a great attitude to learning!