Today Panthers enjoyed a day out of the classroom at Easton & Otley College. For the children this was their second visit to the College but this time for a different reason. We spent the morning wandering the fields and learning about the various animals that they have on site. The afternoon was very interesting. Norfolk primarily grows five crops - wheat, barley, corn, rape and sugar beet.
When each of these crops are processed a by-product, or waste product is left over. These, which often are thrown out can be put to good use. We combined a number of by-products of these five crops to create feed for pigs.
Below is a report written by Elaria and Annabel as well as a video with voiceovers from Archie and Evie F.
Here are a couple of great pieces of writing form earlier in the week. Let us know what you liked about them by leaving a comment below.
Shaking with fear I plopped over my bed cover and scanned my bedroom. I think I saw an old lady standing at the end of my bed. She was white and slightly see though. She looked like she was over one hundred and twenty. Nervously, I reached out and flicked light switch on. I thought about calling my Mum but I was too scared if it might hear.
Squeezing Mr Ted and sweating with fear, the lights went out and the grave people were here. This was my worst fear come true. Nervous and terrified I took the covers from over my head and hesitantly flicked the light.
"Aaaaaah." There it was the grave person hanging over me. I tried screaming again but nothing came out. It had grabbed my mouth. It felt like a burglar grabbing me. Then I turned the light up to full beam and saw it was just my Dad in his halloween pjs and he was checking my temperature because I was sweating ever so much. I was fine, luckily. But then two years later it came back again, for real. I thought I was done for....
We're a class of year 3/4 children from Kenninghall in Norfolk.