Mathematical Masterpiece

The whole school has been very busy over the last few weeks creating mathematical masterpieces for our exhibition at Whisby.
Miss Craddock’s class have looked carefully at the original art work ‘The Toy shop’ by Peter Blake. They talked about the shapes and numbers that they could see then they had a go at making their own pieces to create our own toy shop window. Here is the finished piece.

Miss Craddock maths through art

Mrs Maycock’s class explored repeating patterns and shapes in ‘Blobs grow in beloved gardens’ by Friendensrich Hundertwasser. They then created their own blobs.

Mrs Maycock maths through art

Road safety competition.


This term we, the Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSOs), are launching a competition to highlight pedestrian safety:

In KS1 there is a colouring competition – sheet attached below.
In Years 3 and 4 there is a poster competition. Design a poster to highlight pedestrian safety eg crossing the road – use A4 paper.
In Years 5 and 6 there is an anagram competition – sheet attached below.
KS1 Colouring (pedestrian)
Y5 and 6 Anagram competition
It is free to enter and there are some snappy prizes to win.
All entries must be returned to us in Year 6 by Friday 4th July.
Good luck.
Emma and Tom (JRSOs)

The children can enter the competition for their Key Stage by printing off the attached sheets from the blog or going to see Miss Pallister if they can’t access the blog.
All entries need to be received by Friday.

Thank you

Emma and Tom

KS1 Colouring (pedestrian)

Y5 and 6 Anagram competition