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Life cycles of plants launch

Year 5 have loved their launch of life cycles. We are beginning our topic with a focus on plants. Today we dissected lillies to learn about their different parts. Can you remember all the parts Year 5?

 

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Posted by Miss Alexandra on 15 April 2019

Category: Year 5


Greek Sandals in SITE

Year 5 finished their SITE focus on properties and materials by creating Greek sandals. They created sandals, with consideration of materials, to ensure the sandals had 'properties' of comfort, durability, flexibility and cool - for the heat of Greece.

 

 

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Posted by Miss Alexandra on 15 April 2019

Category: Year 5


Ancient Egyptian Success

It was so fantastic to see the efforts that all the children had put into their learning logs about the ancient Egyptians. From models of ancient Egyptian houses,  to mummifying an orange, to making a cartouche on papyrus, to creating an Ancient Egyptian poem, to creating fact files about ancient…

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 30 March 2019

Category: Year 3


Angles

Today we had a taster of our maths topic for after half term: angles. 

We recapped everything we had learnt in year four about the different names for different types of angles and after half term we will start using protractors to continue our learning. 

Using a protractor is vital to…

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Posted by Miss Alexandra on 28 March 2019

Category: Year 5


The Easter Story

The Easter Story

 

This morning, class R walked to Bramham church for an Easter workshop. The children were brilliant ambassadors for our school, walking sensibly to the church in pairs. When we arrived in church, Reverend Nick talked to us about Easter before we split into groups to learn…

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Posted by Miss Simpson on 28 March 2019

Category: Reception Class

Tags: Reception


Art Day Year 6

Our schools had a federation-wide art day inspired the theme 'Under the Sea'. Year 6 were set the challenge to respresent both sharks and plastic pollution by incorporating elements of plastic to our pieces. We began our projects by learning the technique of marbling, mixing powder ink and oil…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 23 March 2019

Category: Year 6

Tags: Class 6


Stars of the Week

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Posted by Mrs Hilton on 22 March 2019

Category: Star of the week

Tags: Star of the Week


Art Day - Class Three

On Thursday, Class Three had the challenge of creating a jellyfish using thread. It was a very exciting and fun filled day, developing great learning for life skills such as perseverance and resilience. Everyone tried really hard and the outcome was amazing, I can't wait to see all these lovely…

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 22 March 2019

Category: Year 3


Art Day

Today the children learnt about the effects of plastic on whales in the ocean. We learnt lots of interesting facts and how we can make a difference. We have created some brilliant artwork to represent this current issue; using water colours and oil pastels.

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Posted by Miss Alexandra on 21 March 2019

Category: Year 5


Art Day

Class One has been full of artists today! We have been using paint to create under the sea inspired artwork. The children used powder paint to create different tints and shades of blue. We learnt that by adding white to the mixture, the colour becomes lighter. This is called a tint. By adding…

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Posted by Miss Camm on 21 March 2019

Category: Year 1


Exploring Angles

We spent a lesson exploring angles and developing our own generalisations. The children worked incredibly hard, they demonstrated focus and determination to make sure their measurements were precise and conclusions were well-formed.

 

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 20 March 2019

Category: Year 6

Tags: Class 6


National Railway Museum

NATIONAL RAILWAY MUSEUM

 

This week we went on our first school trip. The children behaved brilliantly and were great ambassadors for the school. The children really enjoyed exploring the different trains and were quick to spot numbers on the engines. 

 

 

The children watched a…

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Posted by Miss Simpson on 20 March 2019

Category: Reception Class

Tags: Reception