Mandy and ‘Buddy’, from the NSPCC, came to join us in assembly this morning to announce the total raised through the recent ‘50’ fundraising events.
Year 6 have been finding out about light in our Science lessons.
Year 4 have been following the footsteps of their ancestors by creating tools that would have been used in the Stone Age.
As Moorlands is celebrating its fiftieth year at Foxhills, we thought that you might be interested to hear the recollections of some of the pupils who were at the school when it made the move. Martin Garnett was Head Boy in the summer term of 1967.
The drum kit, very kindly donated by the MSA, has had its first outing this week with Jamie trying it out during Orchestra rehearsal and Head’s Assembly this morning!
Reception have been reading the book Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper. They have been writing words from the book and trying hard to hear all the sounds in the words. We have even made our own pumpkin soup, which was very tasty!
Year 5 are very busy in their lessons learning about the drumming styles of Africa, India and the Caribbean. They are learning how to keep a steady pulse whilst pairs perform call and response improvisations over the top.
Children in Key Stage 2 enjoyed a brass demonstration from Mr Kampen this morning. They were able to hear how the trumpet, French horn and trombone sound and some had a go themselves.