In DT, we have been learning all about different structures that are used to make bridges. We have designed and built our own. Have a look at what we have done. It was great fun.
Our topic this term in DT has been all about bridges. We have been looking at the different types of bridges: Truss Beam Suspension Cantilever Arch We spoke about the different features of the different bridges and what makes them strong. We then went on to investigate different shapes to find out which shape is […]
Computer scientists were born in Bearah this morning, learning and using key vocabulary such as algorithm, debugging and decomposing! First, we tried to “program” Mrs H to make a jam sandwich (with disastrous consequences) once we realised you needed to be really specific if you wanted the jam to go ON the bread and not on her! […]
We had great fun playing games together, co-operating and having fun.
Bearah enjoyed board game afternoon, as it meant we could team up with people we don’t normally sit next to, try our hand at some challenging games and have fun together. Thank you to everyone who brought games in :)
Our 6 week DT topic came to a successful conclusion today! We have spent previous lessons learning about different types of bridges, what makes bridges successful, designing our own and then, today, building it! We used lollipop sticks and the hot glue gun ( don’t worry, only Mrs H used it and burnt herself a […]
This half term, the children have been learning how to paint in the style of Monet. His style of painting is called ‘impressionism’ and he was known for painting ‘en plein air’ which means outside/ in the open air. Today. Trewortha and Kilmar took advantage of the glorious sunshine and painted ‘en plein air’. […]
In our RSHE lessons, we have been focusing on the ‘R’ for ‘Relationships’. We played team building games to practise the skills of working together. This links with our learning powers: Collaboration and Resilience. The children had two different activities. The first one included balancing a ball and the second one, they had a paperclip, […]
Another super busy week in Bearah again! Amongst many other things, we have practiced dividing numbers using place value counters, practiced our beautiful handwriting with our spelling words and used the laptops to research both the river Tamar and Thames as part of our Geography unit.
For Red Nose Day, we came dressed as heroes. The children in Trewortha dressed as superheroes or the real heroes in their lives. We had doctors, paramedics and a postman as well as many other heroes. We learnt all about Red Nose Day and some of the ways the money raised is used. We then […]