Y4 had a day out at the Aintree Study Centre (a fantastically brilliant place that has since had all its funding cut) and made stop motion animations using I Can Animate. One is called “Postman Pat Goes Bananas….but there are others…be warned! Click on the picture and all will be revealed.
Y4 have been looking at life for children during WW2. In her school holidays she has extended her ideas to include other things. The great thing about Google Presentations embedded into blogs is that if Heidi adds more, they are updated automatically. Great for Heidi and for her audience.
The Olympic torch came to Crosby beach on Friday and Green Park (along with thousands ot others) were there to see it.
We are really excited to be starting the “Pass the Blog” Project. Although it is our half term holiday we will do our best to tell all about our adventures in and out of school.
Our school is in Maghull, which is near Liverpool in the United Kingdom. Last week the Olympic Torch came close by and 32 lucky children were chosen to watch at Crosby Beach and take part in an official World Record by being part of the biggest human Olympic Rings!
The Olympic Torch and the World Record on PhotoPeach
Keep in touch with our blogging on “Pass the Blog” and we would love you to spend a little time looking through our class blogs.