On Wednesday 20th March 2019, Wembley Class took part in their annual class presentation.
The class were extremely excited to welcome their parents and careers in to school to showcase what they had been learning about throughout the term.
The presentation included examples of pupils work in their different subjects, demonstrations on how to use electrical circuits and coding programmes, and finally a class performance singing a World War II song, ‘Run Rabbit Run’ which had been altered for comradery.
English: Non-fiction features and spelling mnemonics.
Science: Dangers of electricity and electrical circuits.
Computing: An introduction to ‘Scratch’.
Topic: World War II and the Blitz.
Music – ‘Run Rabbit Run’: words altered for comradery.
After the presentation, parents and careers were invited to look through their child’s books to see all of the fantastic work they had completed throughout the term. Some pupils also took the time to demonstrate how to code instructions on ‘Scratch’ and how to alter their electronic circuits.
All the staff in Wembley Class would like to say another huge well done to the pupils for consistently working hard in all of their lessons, and we all thoroughly enjoyed sharing your success with your parents and carers.
Well done Wembley Class!
To view their work booklet please click the picture: