Pennoweth School is part of the Crofty Multi Academy Trust and located at the heart of the community.
If you need to get in touch, please contact the school office or use one of the email addresses below:
For Nursery and Reception: EYFS@pennoweth.cornwall.sch.uk
For Years 1 and 2: KS1@pennoweth.cornwall.sch.uk
For Years 3 and 4: LowerKS2@pennoweth.cornwall.sch.uk
For Years 5 and 6: UpperKS2@pennoweth.cornwall.sch.uk
Today in DT the 1/2s have been using a design criteria to design their own Tudor house linked to our ‘Bright, Light, Big City’ topic.
This week, the 3/4s walked into Redruth as part of their project. They located the school on a map, decided their route and then identified human and physical features, comparing them to Jackson, California. They all behaved amazingly and were a credit to the school. Well done!:)
Well done to the children in the Reception classes who have taken home their first RWI Ditty sheet. Keep up the super reading!
As a part of our ‘Bright Lights, Big City’ project, the children in Year 1 / 2 have been learning to compare similarities and differences between London and Mombasa in their geography lessons. Can you find London and Mombasa on a map?
The 3/4 children attended some American football sessions this week. We learned of its history and how/where it is played today, even learning about the teams in Cornwall! The children then took part in some American football drills and discussed and tried on some of the kit. :)
This week in 3/4, we created a postcard that included some of the physical features from our geography learning. In computing, we learned how to use digital technology in different ways and we used directional language to programme Beebots to plot Route 66 on a map of America.
This week, as a part of our 'Road Trip USA' project, the children in 3/4 imagined they were visiting America. They looked at some of the states and the tribes that originally settled there and they were surprised to discover that tribes first settled there 40,000 years ago!
This week in 3/4, as a part of our DT learning and a link to our writing, the children followed a recipe to make some healthy, banana and blueberry muffins. They weighed out the ingredients, mixed them together and enjoyed their tasty treat at the end! :)
This afternoon, as part of our 'Scrumdiddlyumptious' project, the children in years 3/4 worked together to create a vegetable train. Their design criteria was that it had to be tasty, appealing to others and healthy. They did a fantastic job - well done everyone! :)
Last week, years 3/4 were learning about a healthy, balanced diet. During our DT lesson, the children made fruit kebabs as a healthy alternative to crisps. To do this, they followed a recipe and used different techniques to chop and slice the fruit. Have a look below! :)
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