We had a sculpture competition where each class had to make a sculpture that met these criteria:
- It had to be weather proof
- It had to symbolise Sharrow School
Here is what they made.
Y5 - The Edge By Joe
We worked with lots of different musicians last week. Have a look at what we have been doing.
Children worked with Ray Hearne to write a song about the alien week.
Years five and six played indian instuments with John Ball.
Children sang along with Marie's band.
The Y4s have been learning cornets for the last 10 weeks.
Our reception class sang along with Luke Goss.
Y3 - The Countryside Rat
The Countryside Rat
By Jacob - Y3
Steven lived in a small hedgerow which rather suited him because that rat isn’t the type that you find in the sewers. So his house had nice floor boards which were very hard to come across in the 1600’s.
Steven wore a pair of ragged dungarees which looked more lake smelly old rags than dungarees. But he didn’t mind. He chewed a piece of straw with his few teeth. His coat of fur was ginger like the sunset in summer.
Steven didn’t like the big city because it was too noisy, too light and worst of all too smelly! His favourite thing to do was stroll up the small hill and gaze up in to the night sky and look at the constellations. He would always hunt for nuts and berries but he would always keep best till last.
Lion Dance 2015
Chinese New Year
As part of the Chinese new year celebrations we once again had the lion dance come to school.