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Harvest Festival

Class Two performed the story of 'The Enormous Turnip' as part of the Harvest Festival assembly in the hall. We had some super actors and actresses who played the parts of the farmer, the farmer's wife, the daughter, the son, the dog, the cat and the mouse! We all helped to papermache the turnip -…

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 15 October 2018

Category: Year 2

Tags: Class 2


Baby Rosie's Christening

To enhance our learning in RE, Reverend Anslow kindly welcomed us to All Saint's Parish church for a mock Christening service.

The children chose to name the baby doll Rosie, after the Yorkshire rose flower. We chose parents, Godparents and Grandparents for the baby. We all wore our special…

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Posted by Mrs Wilson on 15 October 2018

Category: Year 2

Tags: Class 2


Harvest Festival

We had a super assembly for Harvest Festival. Thank you for bringing in lots of food and well done to our Class 4 readers who did a fantastic job! 

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Posted by Mrs Duckett on 15 October 2018

Category: Year 4


'The more you read the further you will go' update!

In Class 6, we celebrate every 5 books you read by taking you further around the world! For every 5 books a pupil reads, they receive a certificate we a new country's capital city. The more books you read, the further you will go! Here are some children receving the London award (5 books) and the…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 12 October 2018

Category: Year 6


Super Subordinate Conjunctions!

In Year 6, we have been exploring how the meaning of a sentence changes based on the subordinate conjunction being used. We looked a range of sentences that all contained the concept of a heart racing, but discussed how the overall meaning of the sentence changed based on the subordinate. We…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 12 October 2018

Category: Year 6

Tags: Class 6


SITE - The Science of Sound

In our SITE lessons this half term, we have be learning all about sound through a range of  enquiry and investigative activities. The children have  really enjoyed experimenting! 

Today they have made string telephones to demonstrate how sound can travel over distance through solid objects and…

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Posted by Mrs Duckett on 12 October 2018

Category: Year 4


PSHE

Today in PSHE as part of our democracy topic we have debated in class a topic dear to our hearts - should children be allowed to eat sweets in school?

We listened to speakers present both sides of the argument then in our class polling station we placed our votes in a voting box. 

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Posted by Mrs Duckett on 9 October 2018

Category: Year 4


Map Reading in Topic

The children have found their topic on Our World very interesting. They used the atlases today to identify key cities in the United Kingdom.

Year 5, do you know what lines of longitude and latitude are?

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Posted by Miss Alexandra on 9 October 2018

Category: Year 5


Excellent Expanded Noun Phrases

Class 5 have applied their learning on both expanded noun phrases and the story 'Journey to the River Sea' by Eva Ibbotson to create excellent expanded noun phrases about the characters and setting.

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Posted by Miss Alexandra on 5 October 2018

Category: Year 5


Maths No Pens Day

Class 3 had a wonderful day on No Pens Day doing their curriculum in creative ways. The tricky maths puzzle that introduced the new addition and subtraction topic was a huge success. We loved the practical approach towards working out the calculation sentences. 

 

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 3 October 2018

Category: Year 3


Settling In

We are so proud of how quickly the children have settled into school life. They are becoming more confident using the different resources in the indoor and outdoor classrooms and they are enjoying exploring what they can do with them.

The children are working together and getting to know…

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Posted by Miss Simpson on 3 October 2018

Category: Reception Class

Tags: Reception


Autumn

Class R have enjoyed making Autumn trees. They have used a selection of Autumn colours to print leaves on to a tree trunk. The children had great fun talking about the leaves changing colour in Autumn.

 

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Posted by Miss Simpson on 3 October 2018

Category: Reception Class

Tags: Reception