Friday, 9 June 2017

Grandparents' Morning

This morning we welcomed our grandparents to school. 
We were very excited to see them in our classroom!








 


Fly Away With Me.......

This term we are learning all about kites.

We decided to try and make a kite that could fly but first we had to work out which material would be best.
We tested tissue paper, tin foil, card and a plastic bag to see if they would….

stretch
rip
be strong
be waterproof

First we predicted what we thought would happen. Then we tested them.






 




The plastic bag was the best!

it stretched a little,
it was hard to rip,
it was strong and
it was waterproof!

Then we made a diamond kite from a plastic bag.

We flew them in a light wind and they worked!










Thursday, 6 April 2017

Brownie for the Gala

Making Brownie for the Gala

Room 13 and 14 spent the morning baking! 
We made delicious chocolate brownie to sell at the gala.  
Thanks to Anna for helping Room 14. 
It smelt so good that we just had to try a little piece to make sure it was cooked to perfection.
Look out for Room 14's cake box at the cake stall on Sunday!













Here is the recipe if you want to make it at home!

Room 13 and 14’s
Chocolate Brownie Recipe

·       320g butter, melted
·       1 1/4 cups cocoa
·       7 eggs
·       3 cups sugar
·       1 tsp vanilla essence
·       1 1/2 - 2 cups chocolate chips/drops (dark is best)
·       1 1/4 cups plain flour
·       1 tsp baking powder
·       Icing sugar (optional)

1.   Preheat oven to 160C.
2.   Line a large baking tin/roasting dish
3.   Melt the butter in a large bowl
4.   Using an electric mixer, beat cocoa into melted butter
5.   Add eggs, sugar, and vanilla, and whiz with electric mixer for 3-4 mins until the mixture begins to whip up in volume (about double)
6.   Using a wooden spoon/rubber spatula, mix in the chocolate chips/drops
7.   Sift flour and baking powder in; stir until fully combined
8.   Pour into lined baking tin; give it a gentle shake to even out the mixture.
9.   Bake in oven at 160C for about 1 hour, until an inserted skewer comes clean.
10.             Leave to cool in tin for about 10 mins, then turn out onto a wire rack to cool further.
11.             If you want to make them look extra fancy, sift icing sugar over the top.


Friday, 31 March 2017

All Around The World

All Around The World

Today we have been talking about connections within our families. 
We have been looking at the countries our families have connections with.
Did you know they are all over the world?! 

We found some of the them on the world map.