We’ve had a wonderful week on Pass the Blog! A huge thanks to Deputy Mitch for organising this wonderful project!
Do keep up with what we get up to in Ash Class on our class blog, www.ashclassgreenfields.blogspot.com – when our movie is finished, it will appear there!
Pass The Blog! from Ash Class on Vimeo.
Here’s Sam G’s car racing game – it’s a two player game! Player one uses the direction keys and player two uses A and D (I think!)
Learn more about this project
here is a wonderful presentation Lucy has made about her hobby – singing in the Shropshire Junior Choir – fantastic work, Lucy!
This shows you what you need to do if you are exposed to the terrifying Feeder Lings (Greenfields) virus!
Here’s a wonderful presentation that Mya has made about some of the most famous artists in history – fantastic work, Mya!
Well after the toxic spillage today in the school playground (just a pretend one!), we decided to create a movie! We spent the morning planning out the storyline, then we wrote the script. By the afternoon it was time to get the cameras rolling, so we went out to film! A huge thanks to Sammy A for being a fantastic cameraman!
Here’s the trailer for our movie…
BE WARNED – IT IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART!
Team HSM Investigates… The Toxic Robot from Ash Class on Vimeo.
The spillage of the Feeder Lings virus!
We arrived in school this morning to find this on the top playground! It appeared to be some sort of chemical spillage! The children went straight into an assembly with Mr Morris, who told us that it contained the Feeder Lings virus, which was developed to treat asthma, but had somehow crashed onto our playground. We were told that the virus was very minor, but we should look out for anything strange in school. Some of the children quickly noticed that Mr Smith has some green spots on his nose!
When the children returned to class, we quickly decided that we’d like to do some projects to do with the incident – we have had groups working on presentations, comics, safety information leaflets and even a disaster movie! Stay tuned for this fantastic work to appear here tomorrow!
Mr K 🙂
I was delighted to find that Molly had been chosen as one of the best 100wc entries by the website www.lendmeyourliteracy.org
The piece chosen was her persuasive news report from week 32 – you can listen to it below…
Well done, Molly!
Molly’s 100wc – week 32.
We arrived in school today to find this on the top playground – very odd! More details when we get them!
The spillage of the Feeder Lings virus!
This morning the used one of the puzzles from the www.7puzzleblog.com website – the children really enjoyed it and some managed to get the right answer!
The reason that we did the movie
This is a Power point that I have made. A power point about when my
Here’s Callum’s excellent report on the England vs France match at Euro 2012 in the Ukraine this evening – great work, Callum!
Monday 11th June 2012 5pm Kick off
10mins into the game
Here’s the trailer we made for a film we’ve been working on – it is about stereotypes and ‘not judging a book by its cover’ – a really important message for everyone!
Enjoy the trailer and we’ll add the final video tomorrow. 🙂
Don’t Judge – Trailer from Ash Class on Vimeo.
This is us on pyjama day!
Hello and welcome to our week on Pass the Blog! We’re really excited to get involved as we’ve become a bit addicted to this year – our class blog is www.ashclassgreenfields.blogspot.com
We are a Year Five class from Greenfields Primary School in Shrewsbury, England – one of our pupils has written a profile of our school so that you can get to know us a bit better – here’s Chloe’s report!
Greenfields Primary School is a school in England. It is in Shrewsbury Shropshire. The address for Greenfields Primary School is:
Greenfields Primary School
The classes in Greenfields School are big sizes and small sizes. The names of the classes are tree names like Ash, Holly, Maple etc, etc…
Nursery is the only class which hasn’t got a tree name, because there name is Nursery. There are over 300 children in our school. The classes are around about the same size but