On Sunday 7 th May I went to Hundred Ache Wood with my mum’s friend’s. It was so fun!!! When we were having a picnic, I saw a White Tailed Bumblebee with beautiful shiny wings. The patterns were amazing!!! I was a bit scared when it landed on me but it was very friendly. Now I […]
In Year Five Miss Newman (a wildlife mad teacher) gave us some wooden sticks with holes to put in our bee wall/home to give the nearby solitary bees a home! The whole school has helped fill up the wall/home which has and will give nature a home. The wall/home is not just for bees it […]
Today, a few from our year 5 were weaving the willow dome because it was becoming over grown. It was hard weaving the willow, because the some of the branches had sharp stumps on the sticks that could graze our skin if we weren’t careful as we wove them through. Some branches were quite high […]
In yr5’s homework this week we had to make something good for the environment and I made a bug hotel. There were so many creative ideas and projects for instance bird homes, bird feeders, bee homes and bug hotels. I made mine out of a shoe box and in it was a plant,sticks, stones, leaves […]
In art we have been sketching minibeasts for example Bees. We have done 2 or 3 sketches then we chose our favourite sketch to improve. We could do whichever pollinator we wanted; I decided to do a Beatle. I got a picture of a Metallic Beatle, then I sketched. It was really hard to do […]
Solitary bees will lay eggs into holes so that larvae can grow in a protected place. For my homework I built a bee house I used: wood, glue, sticks and grass it was a lot of fun. Earwigs, ladybirds, solitary bees and spiders will like this home.
Year 5 have been studying the art of Norval Morrisseau. We had taken more than one week to plan and finish off our work, we also had to do the background in any choose of our colour like: red, green, blue, turquoise and, much more! The colours were a big help to make it look […]
Year 1 and Year 5 were planting carrots together. We were planting carrots because it was Pollination Day. Four year 5s set off to get their buddies. We weeded the vegetable bed first then we had lots of fun planting our carrots with our buddies. My favourite part was when we had to draw lines […]
On Wednesday the 10th of November Year 5 class went to make a difference to the park beside the Hermitage Stream in our local community. We we walked down to the site and have tried to create an area which will be a good habitat for our native pollinators and other wildlife We will […]
We had fun! Digging holes and planting different pollinator friendly plants! It was a really sunny day and a challenge to finish the front boarder. There was a wide selection of plants such as daffodils and sweet box.