Welcome to Kynance Class Spring Term
POW!! BAM!! THWACK!!
We're in our new classroom!! Kynance has been taken over by Superheroes this term with our 'Super You' topic! Our class will be asking the question... Just what makes someone or something 'Super'? They will be digging deep to find their own 'Superhero' qualities and drawing inspiration from some real life heroes and those from recent history.
We couldn't study Superheroes without studying comic strips, inspired by Marvel and DC comics, we will be finding what makes a good comic strip and creating some of our own. We will be storytelling using a range of Superhero inspired stories such as Supertato and Traction Man and awesome films such as The Incredibles.
Our topic will incorporate finding our own superhero qualities as part of our PSHE 'Be The Best You' topic and our science will similarly explore how to keep fit, make healthy choices and be generally 'super'. We will be enlisting the help of personal trainers and raw food specialists as well as people who help us in the local community - real life superheroes. Our outdoor learning areas will serve as an outdoor gym and the stage for drama and storytelling.
Kynance is a class buzzing with fun and experiences, where children stretch themselves further than they imagined. Each day takes the children further along their own learning journeys, where enquiry and discovery are encouraged all the way!
We use ideas from the Inspire Curriculum, The Literacy Shed, a Sense of Place and our own environment to scaffold our curriculum into a vibrant & enriching one which is accessible to all.
Multiplication arrays in the sand
I've found something with the digraph - Buster
Kynance class had a great morning at Outdoor School; taking part in a phonics hunt and bringing maths alive by making multiplication arrays in the sand.
Our Kynance superheroes visited the Minack Theatre and enjoyed a tour of this stunning landmark, before taking part in some Superhero drama workshops. The children got to perform their plays to an impromptu audience (visitors to the theatre), many of whom commented on their fantastic acting skills.
Kynance visited Pendennis Castle as part of our history study. We learnt how Pendennis worked with St. Mawes Castle to protect Truro from invasion during the rule of King Henry VIII. We dressed up as characters who may have lived and worked in the castle, from a pot boy to an admiral.
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We joined Class 3 for Flashlight Friday. Take a look!
Today we have been learning about 3D shapes in math
Kynance Class have had a brilliant time creating a samba band with the help of Truro School of Samba!
Bread making on Pudding Lane before the fire started
In PE we've been working on our dance to London's Burning
Kynance really let the sparks fly on their first day of the term
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Our Summer Project Outcomes day was amazing despite the weather trying it's best to put a stop to it
We have all had a really good time this term learning to play ukuleles
Kynance had a wonderful afternoon with a banquet fit for a queen!
Kynance enjoyed their gymnastics session at Phoenix gymnastics
Learning lots about different types of habitats in the woods.
Setting the scene for our traditional fairy tales at Crenver Grove
Thank you to the PTFA we now have a new rug for the classroom
Parents were invited to join us for an afternoon of Project Outcomes which included a visit form Hayle Fire Station to help with our small emergency
A touch of the Bake Off came to Kynance Class with their bread making
Kynance visited Tolvadon fire station to learn about fire one of the Elements from their topic this term
Kynance had a visit from a specialist netball coach from CSIA to help us learn some new skills