Jaguars are our Year 5 and 6 children. They are taught by Miss McGowan, and supported by Mrs Spinks and Mrs Barker.
This year, across the school, the children will have 'independent journals' that run alongside their usual writing and maths books. They will have free reign over how they lay out and present the work in these books, which will range from art, geography and history, to photos of things they have made or done. We made a start today (Monday 7th September) with some observational drawings and really enjoyed experimenting - have a look and see what you think!
Autumn term 2020...
Jaguar class blog!
Musings from Nell...
My first week back at school was different, but I found it fun seeing all my friends again and learning new things just like before. I have enjoyed reading our class book and all of our lessons and topics, especially art. But overall really enjoyed being back at school!
We have been reading some Letters From Afar in Jaguars, sent by an explorer Isabelle, who travels the world and sends stunning illustrated recounts to us! We wanted to write back, so the children chose somewhere in Norfolk to learn more about and tell Isabelle about!
As part of that learning, we have been practising our drawing skills and on Friday 11th September we drew continuous line drawings of our landmarks! You can see these above! They're fantastic.