On Wednesday 8th May 2019 Silverstone Class opened their doors to parents and carers for their class presentation.
The class started with a PowerPoint presentation with photos and examples of the pupils’ work and they explained some of the exciting things they have been learning about in all their lessons over the last few terms.
Pupils were excited to share around some of the dairy free cookies they made in their Food Tech lesson the previous day – these were a great hit!
Silverstone Class finished off the presentation with their performance of ‘Robin Hood’. It showed the evil Sheriff of Nottingham raising the taxes and the poor villagers not being able to pay. Much Middleton’s Dad got thrown into the dungeon, so Much headed into the forest in search of Robin Hood to help…. The pupils were amazing and remembered all of their lines and cues. They really got into their characters and used excellent expression. Well done Silverstone.
The pupils also showed the audience a taste of the work they have been learning about in the following subjects:
English Non-fiction – instructions, features of a newspaper, letter writing.
English Fiction – genres, comedy, fantasy, horror romance, writing our own science-fiction story, acting out stories.
Maths – time, shapes, symmetry, tessellation, capacity, measuring, fractions, subtraction, ratio, negative numbers.
Science – circuits, magnets, healthy lifestyles, food groups, human body, sound and pitch.
Topic – WW2, Tourism, Medieval times.
RE – how the world began, life after death.
German – numbers to 100, where do you live? Indoor and outdoor items.
PSHE – bullying, role-play.
DT – security systems, special diets.
Enrichment – lambing, baked apples, bouldering, Bannock bread.
Didgeridoo sound therapy and yoga.