Miss Shaw, Mrs Sicolo, Mis Drelinga and Mr Buckley welcome you to Godrevy Class -Year 3 and 4
Food! Glorious Food!
What does food mean to different people? This is the question we're hoping to explore this term.
We are very excited about exploring different cultures from around the world. Each week we will be researching a different country and cooking some traditional dishes from that country. We have designed our classroom around our theme, we have a giant pizza oven, a cafe with a bistro area, a kitchen worktop and our very own orchard. Have a look at us learning in our brilliant new environment!
Don’t forget to check our class page to see updates of our learning.
If you have any questions about our class please feel free to arrange to speak to Miss Shaw.
Godrevy class is an environment where all children are encouraged to learn through exciting topics.
Godrevy class work closely with Camborne school and regularly visit the NEXUS Science centre, here we further our knowledge and understanding of different topics through fun and interactive workshops.
Within class we use Hamilton Trust, White Rose Mastery Math and contributions from the children's ideas to plan our lessons and activities. To find more information on our current topic please have a look at our topic plan.
We have had great fun this week learning all about Ancient Greece and cooking Greek food! We have made lamb Koftas with a mint (fresh from our herb garden) and yogurt dip, a Greek salad, feta and aubergine fritters and hummus.
We used fresh herbs from our garden
Brendan learnt the claw chopping method
Kayleigh learning how to fold pastry
"I'm doing maths in cooking!"
Chloe learnt how to prepare meat with the help of Charlotte
We were all very proud of our Greek salad
Mckenzie learnt how to use the hob safely
Katie and Harriet were very brave and tried olives...they weren't very impressed
Martha finding the mint in our herb garden
making Greek pots
making Greek pots
Our final product
Can you guess what Olympic sport Bethany has used on her pot?
Isabelle learnt to fold pastry cafefully
We have been foraging for chestnuts with Mr Gardiner this week. We brought them back to school to roast on our new school fire pit with Miss Shaw and Mr Buckley! They were delicious!
It's Italy week! We have made our own pasta from scratch with the help of Clare (Valentino's mum). It was all so delicious that we didn't have any left to share with our parents! Take a look!
It's Russia week this week! Thank you to Mrs D and Mr Bell for helping us cook some strange but wonderful food! We've also been learning about the difference between a democracy and a dictatorship. Take a look
Mckenzie learning peeling skills
Mr Bell was great at teaching us how to chop and peel
Beetroot is a messy vegetable
Olivia and Bethany are very proud of their Russia dessert
Alfie putting a lot of effort into presentation
Rosie learning how to safely use a hob
It's Hungarian week this week! We have had a great time learning the language and cooking four traditional dishes: Langos, Zucchini sticks, Paprika potatoes and fried pancake sausage rolls. All the food was very tasty!
Daisy taking care of the potato bravas
Valentino and Bronte working brilliantly together grating.
Judit our Hungarian chef cooking sour cream garlic bread with some children
Harriet and Olivia being very careful with the oven.
Trey and Valentino trying all the different food
Greta was very proud of the food from the country she was born
Clean plates all round!
This week we have been studying the UK! We have had great fun cooking four dishes from the four countries. We have cooked calcanon, haggis, welsh cakes and scones!
Katie and Caja have been very busy this afternoon planting our very own herb garden. We can't wait to get cooking with our fresh herbs! Thank you to all the parents who donated planets!
Katie and Caja looking very proud of their planting
Planting mint, rosemary and other lovely herbs
Our book for this topic is Fussy Freda by Julia Jarman. As a class we have created a story map and now we all know the story off by heart! Take a listen.
Godrevy class have had great fun on our topic launch today at Trevaskis Farm! We have learnt all about different kinds of fruit and vegetables and farm animals. We even got to do some fruit picking, take a look!
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We have had a fab morning at Gwealan Tops! A great treat day for completing the most steps during Workout Wednesday and Fitness Fridays this term!
Thank you to everyone who cam to our outcome today. We have had a fantastic final term learning all about conservation and everything outdoors. Take a look at our campaign video.
We have all had a fab time at Camp Kernow this week! Take a look at some of the pictures and check out what the children enjoyed most about camp!
There is a video of highlights from camp on the 'camp' section of the school website!
Godrevy class have been on the beach this afternoon learning about plastic pollution. We managed to make some time to have a paddle in the sea!
Today we have been learning about e-safety. Talk to your child about what they have learnt.
Godrevy Class have had a fabulous time on the beach today for 'Hit the Surf'. We have been learning about how to stay safe in the water and had fun catching some waves! Take a look at our awesome surfers!
This week Godrevy class have been working with oil pastels. We have been completing some observational art of natural things found on land and in the sea.
We have been learning about 3D shapes. Try and guess what shapes we are trying to make.
In Design and Technology this week Godrevy class have been exploring wind power. We have made kites and sail boats and went down to Godrevy Beach to test them out.
Godrevy class have had a fabulous day at Loe Bar! We have learnt all about erosion and how the different features of the coast are formed. We also had time to play with sticky weed, monkey bars and stack rocks. I'm sure everyone will get a good nights sleep tonight after our 3 mile walk!
Godrevy class got a little visitor today. He kept us all very calm for guided reading!
Unfortunately our trip to Loe Bar was cancelled this week due to the weather but we haven't let that stop us having fun learning about coastlines and erosion. Take a look at our clay models of the Cornish Coastline!
In science Godrevy class have been learning about conservation. Today we went to the woods to create documentaries to explain the effects of cutting down trees.
Godrevy class have had a great start to the summer term! We have enjoyed doing math outside in the sun!
Thank you to all the parents, grandparents, family and friends that came to our website launch! If you couldn't make it, don't worry use the link below to check it out!
We have been up to Godrevy Beach to create our Cornish landscapes for Gwinear Show
PANTS OF POWER! Class 2 and 3 had a great day creating our own characters for a new superhero movie. We dressed up and created the trailer. What super hero could you create if you only had the following items?
Thank you to all the parents who came and joined in in our football session on our open afternoon! We had a great time playing with and against our parents, even if some people did get a little competitive!
Godrevy class have had a fabulous day exploring the Bronze Age and the Iron Age at Royal Cornwall Museum followed by exploring Neolithic settlements at Carnbrea
Godrevy class have been studying different mediums in art. We have been looking at natural materials that could be used to make paint. Have a look at what we found!
We were joined by Class 2 for Flashlight Friday. Try reading by flashlight at home with your child. Take a look!
We have been learning about tenths and hundredths. Today we played the spiral game. Have a go with your child!
Godrevy Class visited Nexus to take part in a workshop on evolution
Godrevy class have been helping class 1 learn to read
Godrevy have been learning all about fractions. Talk to the children to see what they can teach you about fractions!
Godrevy Class had a very exciting day taking part in a Paleontology Dig at Godrevy Beach. We found some amazing and unusual fossils. Please take a look!
Godrevy Class would like to thank all the mums, dads, grandparents and friends for coming to our book launch. The book was a huge success and we sold over 60 copies! The children also decided to give a copy to Hayle Library and it is now available to the public to check out. We had a surprise guest turn up and buy a copy of our book. Have a look at some of the pictures from the book signing!
Godrevy class have been studying a 'Light' topic in Science. Through this topic we have explored shadows and performed the story of 'The Sword in the Stone' through shadow puppets! Take a look!
For our Design and Technology project this term we have made moving dragon mobiles. We were all very lucky to have our parents come and help us with this tricky task. Take a look at some of the final products!
Godrevy class have been learning how to create shadows and texture using charcoal. Take a look at some of our creations!
Godrevy class have visited Godrevy beach! We've had a fabulous day problem solving with pebbles, casting spells and making sand models of Middle Ages villages!
We launched our topic of Myths and Legends with a visit to Tintagel
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We had a brilliant time climbing to the highest point in Cornwall. Every single member of Godrevy Class managed to climb to the top of Rough Tor and Brown Willy without any moaning!
We are all very proud of ourselves!
Year 5 had a very exciting morning at Camborne School!
Godrevy Class have had a BRILLIANT week this week!
Some of our children went to the Kingfisher awards evening. Although we didn't win, we had a great time apple bobbing, playing tug of war and eating lots of fresh strawberries!
We have also been making fold away stools in DT this week ready to sell at the Summer Fair this weekend. They will be on offer for only £7.50 each or 2 for £14. There are only 12 on offer so make sure you come quick!
Our farm visit for the Kingfisher Award
We have used mint from our herb garden
Brendan learning the claw method
"I'm using maths in cooking"
Chloe making lamb koftas with the help of Charlotte
Katie and Harriet were brave enough to try an olive...they weren't too impressed
Very proud of our Greek salad
Martha picking mint from the garden
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