Category Archives: Family Projects

Y3 Family Projects

Our topic is Tribal tales and is based around life in the Stone Age. For our family project, Year 3 have been asked to design and construct a settlement  . A settlement is a place where a community lives and would have usually been found close to a water source.

Year 3 have really enjoyed creating their projects and we hope our families did too! The attention to the smaller detail has been fantastic.

Have a look at our creations already in school and remember you still have time to make and bring in ūüôā

Year 3 Family learning project


Our next topic is called Tribal Tales and is based around life in the Stone Age. For this family project we would like to  design and construct a  settlement. A settlement is a place where a community lives.

Have a look at some of these web pages  to get more of an idea about life in the Stone Age and Bronze Age.

The Bronze Age is a time period when bronze replaced stone as the preferred material for making tools and weapons. This led to improvements in agriculture and brought with it changes in the way people live.

See the letter that came home for further information and possible ideas.


Secret Garden Family Project.

This week Year 2 have completed their amazing family projects where they have designed and built their own secret garden. These have been based on the garden we have been learning about in our literacy lessons. Children were asked to use their imaginations and resourcefulness to make their garden out of anything they wanted!

The effort and creativity that has been put into each garden is fantastic so thank you to all the supportive mums, dads and family members that have worked so hard!

Here are all of the brilliant entries. See which one you think is the best!



Nursery Family Project

A huge thank you to all the parents, carers and family members who have helped the nursery children with their family projects.

The project was to make a model of an alien, inspired by our reading of Aliens in Underpants.

We have really enjoyed looking at everyone’s models and we are very impressed with how fantastic they look.¬† Well done to everyone who took part.