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Class 3 - Stone age shelters

We brought our baskets back into the classroom and showed fantastic teamworking skills to build our stone age shelters. 

We even brought some uninvited guests back into the classroom with us, thank goodnes Ben and Toby were there to return the woodlice and spiders to their actual…

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 19 November 2017

Category: Year 4

Tags: Class 3


Class 3 gather materials for making stone age shelters!

On Friday we were set the challenge of building stone age shelters using only natural ,materials that we could find outside.

Our first task was to gather these materials, so we wrapped up and set out with baskets to fill!

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 19 November 2017

Category: Year 4

Tags: Class 3


Year 6 experience life as an evacuee!

As part of our World War 2 topic, we had a wonderful and interesting visit to Thwaite Mills yesterday. As you can see we entered the spirit by dessing like evacuees and when we arrived were issued with our own I.D. cards and Gas Mask boxes!

We split into groups and took part in 3 workshops…

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Posted by Mr Rugg on 17 November 2017

Category: 2017 - 2018 Year 6

Tags: Class 6 , Residentials


Star of the Week

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Posted by Mrs Hilton on 16 November 2017

Category: Star of the week


Our New Mark Making Board

Class R were thrilled to see our fabulous new blackboard wall.  They set straight to work, designing and drawing fireworks and writing captions.  The children are using the wall for independent work based on our class topics, enabling them to be creative and imaginative on a huge scale.  The boys…

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Posted by Mrs Barrett on 15 November 2017

Category: Year 1


Star of the week

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Posted by Mrs Hilton on 9 November 2017

Category: Star of the week


Class 3 made the digestive system!

In science we followed a set of instructions to make our own digestive system. 

First we added a cream cracker, banana and orange juice (which represents stomach acid) into the
plastic sandwich bag which represented our stomach. Then we added water, which represented saliva.
We had to…

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 8 November 2017

Category: Year 4

Tags: Class 3


Star of the Week

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Posted by Mrs Hilton on 3 November 2017

Category: Star of the week


Harlow Carr

We have had such a fantastic time at Harlow Carr today!

We started the day with a self guided tour around the gardens. We went on a sculpture hunt and found some ancient pillars along with The BFG! We also came across a bird hide where we had to be super super quiet so that we could see and…

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Posted by Miss Cammiss on 31 October 2017

Category: Year 6

Tags: Class 5


Jolly Postman tea party

 

We have been reading the story of the Jolly Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. The children have thoroughly enjoyed the story and decided that we should have a tea party just like Goldilocks does in the book! The children wrote lists of what we needed from the supermarket and they…

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Category: Year 2


Class One went to the moon!

This half term the children are learning all about the 1969 moon landing. To start off our topic we went to the moon! We role played a rocket launch in the hall and the children all brought along their intergalactic passports! We watched the original video of the Apollo 11 rocket launch and…

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Category: Year 2


Our visit to the post office

Class One had fantastic morning visiting the village post office. The postman told us lost of things about how letters and parcels are delivered and he gave us some things to bring back to school too! The children sat outside and did some wonderful observational sketches of the post office…

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Category: Year 2