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Welcome to Bumble Bees class with Mrs O and Mrs Tittle.  Year three and year four.

Our Class Prayer

Dear Lord

Thank you for making life on Earth,

For making us healthy and keeping us safe,

Thank you for making us better people, guarding us whilst we sleep and bringing peace to the world.


We recognise our emotions.


Term 3 January 2022

See the slide show.

A selection of this term's learning.

A great start to this year!

Our electricity topic making circuits and creating games using static

2020 - 2021

Drama from our book "Arthur and the Golden rope" by Joe Todd-Standon

Congratulations to Maisy for being a runner up in "The Rotary Club's" writing competition.

  • Tilly, Eleanor, Maisy and Maggie for becoming published authors in "Young Writer's"
  • Charlie, Jake and Anna for their achievements in the Rother Schools virtual athletic tournament.
  • Arthur for winning our Easter hat competition with the amazing dinosaur egg hat!

A little taste of Bumblebees' music session today. Great singing everyone!

On Screen - Internet safety workshop

Samba drumming

Ocra Workshop

Litter Pick around Peasmarsh

Learning about power

Brass Workshop

Great Dixter - studying plants

What a great way to begin our "Plants" topic

Herstmonceux Science Centre

Term 4 "Make it Move"

We enjoyed the Robotic's Workshop where we built robots with distance sensors.  We then programmed these using our coding skills.  The robots didn't bump into any object.

Viking Workshop

Healthy eating workshop

Mallydams outing

Shadow puppets show


Pictures of previous learning

Our Lantern Workshop

Anti-bullying play

Discovering light by making shadows

Our visit to the Rosetta Stone

Beach School

Forest School art - in the style of Andy Goldsworthy

Salvation - Term 4

The Last supper, Conscience Alley - Jesus or Judas, Hot seating


Rocks - class poem

My Rock

Solid on a mountain

Heavy like a boulder

Rough like a turtle shell

Sharp like a thorn

Smooth like a tooth

Bumpy under my feet

Cold as snow

Multi-coloured mushed up rainbow

Rusty as an old car

Old in a cave

Scented like an apple

Hard as a turtle’s shell

Brownish like a cliff

Big rocks on Fairlight beach

Stripy like a tiger

Beautiful but triangular

Lumpy as a rhino’s horn

Dull like a rainbow without any colour

Orange as fire

Opaque as a wall

Streaky stairs

Stinky as daddy’s socks

Pointy as a triangle

Natural as the wind

Spotty as chicken pox

Jagged as a hyena’s snarl


That’s my rock!!

Local History - Peasmarsh Place

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