A huge thank you to all our partner schools for producing such wonderful “Great Blackberry Pick” displays for Local History Day 2015 at Droitwich Library last Saturday! We also had home-made blackberry jams made by Ombersley and Tibberton First Schools and jam jar labels by Hindlip and Tibberton First Schools, all judged by three of … More Local History Day 2015 @ Droitwich Library
It was very exciting to hear the children from our four first schools on BBC Hereford and Worcester last week! The children had recorded a short radio report about their blackberry picking trips to Smite Farm. Emmy and Jack from Tibberton narrated the report – they sounded clear and confident and we were very proud of them. … More Great Blackberry Pick on the Radio!
As well as learning about what it was like to be a child 100 years ago, Eagle class has also been finding out how and why WW1 started. Here are some of the children’s posts; “We are writing about how WW1 started. Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a Serbian man. Lots of different countries were involved. They were England, Russia … More Wychbold and Franz Ferdinand
It was fun picking black berries. Raphaella, Year 3
Hi there, we have had some technical difficulties with adding a blog but we have sorted it now! We have been working hard in Eagles’ class. We have visited the farm, picked blackberries and started to learn about why WW1 started. Next week we are writing a Diary of a Blackberry!
We have read ‘Archies War’ by Marcia Williams and ‘The Matchbox Diary’ by Paul Fleisehman to help us learn about scrap books and keeping a collection of something. We have also been blackberry picking because children in WW1 had to do it all afternoon, everyday rain or shine! Maisie, Year 4
We went to Smite Farm. The staff told us they were having a competition of which school picked the most blackberries. We picked 3kg of them.How much did you pick? Jessica.B Year 3