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As a great introduction to our new topic this term - Scrumdiddlyumptious - which is all about food, we went on an exciting trip to Pizza Express in Sevenoaks, to take part in a pizza making workshop. 

Whilst the adults may have thought 9:30am was a little early for making pizzas, it did not deter our enthusiastic Junior Pizzaiolos.  As well as making pizzas we had an interesting tour of the restaurant and learnt about how orders were sent by computer and how they grind the coffee.   It was a really exciting morning.  By the time we left at 11:10am with our pizzas in our hands we were all feeling really hungry.  Not many pizzas made it back to school whole!!! Thank you very much Pizza Express in Sevenoaks for running the workshop for us.  It was really interesting and good fun!


Welcome back to school and a Happy New Year.  We hope you have all had a lovely holiday and are now ready to start the new year and new term afresh. 

Attached below are the new spellings for this term and our topic homework grid sheet.



Monday 17TH December was  No Pens Day!  Moore Class went into Spellers Wood to collect sticks which they then had to join to create a 5-point star.  They also then made Marshmallow Snowmen - no pens were needed in either task!  In the afternoon we played a range of Maths Games and made Rice Snowmen!



For part of our DT and Science work for our Potions topic we have been busy planning, making and designing Bath Bombs and Chocolate Baubles.  We were looking at the changes in the States of Matter and experimenting with different combinations of ingredients to see what would happen.   We then had to design our labels for our products making sure we included the ingredients and any possible warnings or allergies.  The Bath Bombs smelt so good that we had to be careful not to eat these by mistake!!

Bath Bombs and Chocolate Baubles


Moore Class arrived at school today to discover a skeleton wearing Miss Fitch's glasses and sitting at her desk.  What was happening?  They then had to embark upon a morning of Potion Making under the guidance and direction of Professor TOO and Professor Fan.  Moore Class successfully all achieved their Level 1 Potion Making Certificate through making the following potions: Exploding Elixir, Dancing Unicorn milk, Fleeing Spiders and Mandrake's Restorative Draught.  They also observed the making of Liquid Elements and Magic Mud.  There was fizzing, bubbling, changing of colours and retreating liquids.  Moore Class observed carefully and learnt a lot about the art of potion making. 


Mr Little's Film and  Sound Presentation

Wednesday 31st October

Moore class had an amazing treat today when Mr Little came in to speak to us about 'Sound and Film editing.'  Everyone was fascinated by how the sound is added onto a film and how long it takes to put together one film.  Moore class were able to ask some excellent questions, such as: If you have bigger ears can you hear better?  How do you become a sound engineer?  How do they make the music sound scary in a film?  

Mr Little's Film and Sound Presentation

What happened to our teacher's voice?

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Moore Class have spent their last day of the first term consolidating all their knowledge and learning about the Ancient Greeks as well as learning a few new facts.  We found out more about: Gods and Heros, Arachne's Web (and made our own webs), Children's Games in Ancient Greece (We can now play these on the playground at school and make use of all the conkers that are around), Home Life, Greek Warriors, The Theatre with Aristophanes and finally Magic to Medicine (You don't want to know some of the ways the Ancient Greek doctors checked to see what was wrong with you!).

Ancient Greek Temples

We spent an afternoon researching and investigating Ancient Greek temples.  We learnt there are 3 different types of column - Doric, Ionic and Corinthian.  We also learnt how big they were and that friezes were often sculpted around the top.

We then took part in 4 activities: building an Ancient Greek temple with multilink and books; researching as many facts about temples as we could using books; investigating temples through the British Museum website and creating our own temples using art straws and black paper.

Have a look at some of our work.

Greek Temples

Ancient Greek Temples

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Soap Sculptures

We thought about the importance of sculptures in Ancient Greece, then had a go at making our own.  Even with soap it was hard work and took a long time to do.  We are getting there but we haven't finished yet!

Soap Sculptures


Working in groups we made 3D images of some of the Greek Gods.  Can you guess who any of our Gods are?

Greek Gods

Greek Gods 1
Greek Gods 2
Greek Gods 3
Greek Gods 4


Welcome back to school and we hope you are looking forward to a great year in Moore Class. We have lots of exciting new topics to learn about.

Keep checking our class page to see what we are doing.

Waving to Lizzy yarnold and Our 5Km sponsored Walk

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1066 - The Battle of Hastings

Mr Reid's talk about anaesthic and the digestive system

The Natural History Museum

A trip into some of the world's most dangerous volcanoes! (By Virtual Reality)

Rock Types and Chewitts!


Useful Documents


Useful Links

What Makes Ten? Number Bonds

Practice your facts to ten with this song, featuring music by Fatboy Slim and emceeing by mistergreene.