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New Books to Enjoy!

When parents buy books at the book fair, the school earns points to spend and Class 3 are delighted to have some exciting new stories to discover!

Posted by Jo Hall on 4 February 2020

Category: Year 3

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A Surprise Parcel for Class 3!

Class 3 received a parcel today, following the Book Fair in school last term. Huge thanks to our English Leader, Miss Prankard, for choosing us some new books for the book corner! 

Posted by Jo Hall on 4 February 2020

Category: Year 3

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Viva Espana!

Class 4 have been working hard exploring non-chronological reports in English. Today, they used the iPads to research Spain and all it has to offer. The children will use this research in their cross-curricular write based on Spain. Some children were using google maps and others writing in…

Posted by Miss Ings on 4 February 2020

Category: Year 4

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Tricky Maths

Class 5 have been working hard to develop their understanding of tenths, hundredths and thousandths using dienes. Children worked in groups to write the dienes shown as a decimal, fraction and in words. I am very impressed with just how quickly the children are picking up this tricky maths work…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 4 February 2020

Category: Year 5

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Equality Workshop

Class 2 did some super equality work with Mrs Akhtar thinking carefully about similarities and differences we share. 

Posted by Mrs Pelc on 31 January 2020

Category: Year 2

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Stars of the Week

Posted by Mrs Hilton on 31 January 2020

Category: Star of the week

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Y6 Getting the measure of each other

For the past couple of weeks we have been learning about units of measurement. We have been converting between different units such as kilometres to miles, and have learnt about different imperial and metric measures. To finish off we measured each other - Max just pipped Tom as the tallest by…

Posted by Mr Rugg on 31 January 2020

Category: Year 6

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Keeping Safe

Our new PSHE topic is 'keeping safe'. 

This week, the children were investigating the question, 'what is violence?' 

The children started the lesson by having a silent conversation, which is where a whiteboard is passed between two children and they have a conversation without speaking by…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 30 January 2020

Category: Year 5

Tags: Class 5

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Experts of Spain!

Class 4 tried a different learning technique today in Topic. First, the children needed to explore what 'human geography' of Spain meant and then understand that it also incorporated their culture and traditions. 

Each group were given a particular human feature of Spain for them to become the…

Posted by Miss Ings on 29 January 2020

Category: Year 4

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Remainders with Class 4!

Class 4 have been working so hard with division and we have found the concept of remainders tricky! Today, we used custard creams to physically show that a remainder is what's left over (as a reward they got to eat the biscuit once in equal groups). By the end of the lesson, the whole class…

Posted by Miss Ings on 28 January 2020

Category: Year 4

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Whose poo?

Class One have been nature detectives today, trying to determine whether animals are carnivores, herbivores or omnivores.  First they watched  Mrs Barrett and Mrs Ibbetson dissect an owl pellet and were amazed to see the tiny bones inside showing them that the owls were clearly carnivores. They…

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 27 January 2020

Category: Year 1

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Chinese New Year in Class 4!

Kung Hei Fat Choy from Class 4! 

 

Class 4 have been learning all about the traditions and myths of Chinese New Year. We learnt all about why they found the colour red lucky and the good luck ornaments they used for decoration. Here are some of the hanging decorations they…

Posted by Miss Ings on 24 January 2020

Category: Year 4

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