Building shapes.

Last week in maths, Tiger Tribe spent time applying their knowledge of 3D shapes (especially edges, faces and vertices) and built some cubes!


what a great lesson Tigers.


30 days wild, The final push!

Tiger tribe have entered into the final week of their 30 days of wild challenge for the wildlife trusts.

So far we have done some amazing work, helping our local wildlife become stronger!

Some examples of our challenges are:

Drawing a wildlife landscape, mapping our local wildlife, eating lunch outside, feeding the birds (Tupence a bag – name that movie!)


Designing a bug hotel (although ZT went one further and built a birdhouse with his dad!)


Great work Tiger Tribe.

Our wildlife acrostic.

As part of our 30 days of wild challenges, Tiger Tribe created an acrostic poem about wildlife.

We would love to know what you think!

Wildlife is dying.
In the wild there were lots of animals.
Life is amazing.
Lives are getting lost.
Inspecting plants,
Flowers dying because of pollution.
Everyone should be helping the wild survive.

Brilliant work Tigers!

A final week of Rome

This final week of our Ancient Rome topic has been very busy indeed!

We have completed our big write (a non-chronological report about Ancient Rome).

We tested our Scutum in a mock battle against the Manatee class.


We spent time creating aqueducts, just like the Romans did (only without the bricks and water).


IMG_1629IMG_1631Finally, we spent our art lesson learning to make mosaics!

What a brilliant end to a fantastic week.

Enjoy your rest tigers, you have earned it!


Tribus Tigris have continued to look at the rise and fall of the Roman Empire over these last weeks. This has ended in the publishing of our Ancient Roman battle scene descriptions (thanks to the help of the newest member of Tiger Tribe).


We have also spent time looking at the Roman Empire and its expansion.

Great work Tigers!IMG_1609

Impetus! Attack!

IMG_1605IMG_1606IMG_1603This week in Tiger Tribe have been continuing to get stuck into our Ancient Rome topic. We spent Thursday afternoon setting different battle formations with our own Roman Scutum (shield) with the Manatee class. We set up a Greek phalanx, Roman phalanx and a testudo (tortoise)!


Friday saw a terrible accident in tiger tribe, Marius is dead! Hopefully, using our high quality writing will be able to describe what happened and what we are going to do next!