I’m a survivor!

On Wednesday we had a wonderful time. We spent the whole day outside learning team building skills at Forest school with Mrs Kearns and Miss Gill. We were given a challenge: to build a wash bowl stand and draining platform. The only materials we were give were 15 bamboo canes, string and a bowl;…

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It's Coming Home!

We've had a football-filled day of fun! From creating team posters to creating a collaborative picture, from finding facts about players in the Euros to playing football all afternoon, we've had a great time. After all that, there was only one way to finish the day and that was with a loud class…

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Infant Sports Afternoon - 7th July 2021

All the infants took part in all the races on thankfully a dry afternoon, including the egg and spoon race, the sack race and sprinting. They were all amazing! All the points won will be added together with the scores from the other classes and our Sports Day Team Champions 2021 will be announced…

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Being teenagers!

In PSHE we've been finding out about how our bodies start to change as we get older. Today we thought about how this might make us feel and talked about why teenagers are often described as being grumpy! We had great fun thinking of reasons why parents and teenagers might get upset with one…

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Walk Thru the Bible

We made it through thousands of years of Biblical history in chronological order. James came in to help us learn what happened and when it happened (the Bible is not written in chronological order). Over the course of 6 hours, we went from creation Christ’s birth at the beginning of the New…

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I’m a survivor: a visit from John the bug guy

Today we had an interesting visit from John (the bug guy). He told us all about different bugs and how they survived, even in the harshest conditions. We learned you can find snails everywhere on the planet; tardigrades (water bears) are indestructible; stick insects are all female and essentially…

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Our Visit to Church

As part of our RE topic this half term. we visited church to identify the different features and think about what makes a church such a special building for Christians. 

We discussed what we could see and were particularly interested in the beautiful stained glass windows - we recognised that…

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Class reading experiments—Coke and Mentos

This week we have been reading about experiments in Class. Fascinated and intrigued, we decided to try out the Coke and Mentos experiment. We got a bottle of Diet Coke, as we were advised it was easier to clean up, and some fruit Mentos. It was so much fun (and we got to eat the left over…

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Poetry on a Theme

Year 3/4 have rounded off their poetry unit today by writing poems about animal cruelty. The children have been exploring poems about animals over the past few weeks and became interested in current issues over cruelty towards animals. We read the poem, ‘My Mother Saw a Dancing Bear’ By Charles…

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Egyptian Day

Wow! What fantastic Egyptians Years 3 & 4 make! The children looked fantastic and we had a brilliant day exploring all sorts of Egyptian things, from mummifying tomatoes to finding out about hieroglyphics then writing our own cartouches to creating scarab beetles. We've also done more work on the…

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Exploring Magnets

In Science this term, Year 3/4 have been exploring magnets and learning how a magnetic forces can affects other materials. In the children’s Science session this week we talked about the poles on a magnet and used the scientific vocabulary ‘attract’ and ‘repel’ to explain what was happening during…

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Reception's Rumble in the Jungle

Reception have been creating their own actions to the poems in Rumble in the Jungle! Our favourite animal poem was the gorilla, who was very strong. They were very brave and performed their poems in front of the rest of the class - well done, Reception! 

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