As we have come to the end of another fantastic year here at Osmani, we thought what better way to celebrate than a all-you-can-have-fun trip to Chalkwell Beach?!
We took two very different trains to reach our destination. Luckily for us, the sun had come up by then and we had a lovely time in the sunshine whilst paddling and splashing about in the wading pool!
We finished off our day with a yummy ice-cream before we headed back to school just in time for home-time! Fantastic timing!
As part of our learning on Animal Tales this term, we visited a local farm to meet some animals and find out more about them.
We had a fantastic time! There was so much to see, touch and smell.
On Monday 13th March, the year 1 classes went on a trip to Embankment and the South Bank. We had been learning how to sketch buildings by looking at the shapes and patterns of the building. Before we went, we practised by drawing our school building. When we looked closely, there was much more detail than we realised!
We walked across Jubilee Bridge from Embankment Station to the South Bank. We talked about the natural and human geographical features we could see on the way. The river is natural and the bridge is human made.
We looked closely at the buildings across the river and used our sketching skills to draw what we could see. Some of the buildings and structures we could see were The Houses of Parliament and The London Eye.
What do you think of our finished sketches?
Year 1 Indigo and Sapphire classes went to the pantomime at Hackney Empire to watch Sleeping Beauty. We watched the colourful characters and the magic and sparkle as part of the performance. We all joined in with the singing and dancing and really enjoyed ourselves. As part of our Literacy lessons we will be writing recounts about our trip.