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Children in Need Day

The children looked great in their spotty clothes today! Thank you for your contributions, this money will make a massive difference, supporting vital charities and projects which change the lives of many children and young people all over the UK.

Posted by Miss Duckett on 13 November 2020

Category: Class of 2016

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Space station

Our class space station is proving very popular with the children. It’s great to see them engaged in wonderful role play based on our history topic as well as choosing to do independent writing about what they have seen on their journeys through the solar system.

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 13 November 2020

Category: Class of 2019

Tags: Class 1 English History

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Shadwell Recycling Centre!

Class One are enjoying working in our provision areas, especially using their knowledge of materials to sort objects into groups in our new recycling centre. It’s great to see the children so engaged with their learning.  

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 13 November 2020

Category: Class of 2019

Tags: Class 1 Science

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Royal Mail

The children were so excited to receive a reply to their letters to the Queen this afternoon.  They were thrilled that their efforts were rewarded with a real letter from Windsor Castle and are now keen to do more writing. Well done everyone!   

Posted by Mrs Barrett on 13 November 2020

Category: Class of 2019

Tags: Class 1 English

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Imperative Verbs

This morning, Class Three have been practising using imperative verbs to give clear instructions. Their challenge was to clean the dirty toy through following precise instructions.

 

Posted by Harriet Beaumont on 12 November 2020

Category: Class of 2017

Tags: English

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Remembrance Day

Today, Class 5 learnt all about Remembrance Day: we started with our 1 minute silence at 11am; then we learnt about why we have Remembrance Day, who we remember and how we remember. The children created fact pages in their English books using what they had learnt and applying their new grammar…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 11 November 2020

Category: Class of 2015

Tags: Class 5 English Art

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Remembrance Day Poppies

Class 2 were challenged to make a poppy at home using any materials they could find. They brought them to our afternoon lesson on Remembrance Day where they explained to their friends in class how they had created their poppies and what the poppy represents. The children have become experts at…

Posted by Mrs Pelc on 11 November 2020

Category: Class of 2018

Tags: Class 2 Computing Art History

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Remembrance Day

Class Three have been completing lots of activities linked to Remembrance Day. They have particularly enjoyed completing their piece of art work - I was so proud of all the children for their efforts and fabulous artistic skills.

 

Posted by Harriet Beaumont on 10 November 2020

Category: Class of 2017

Tags: PSHE Art

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Scarecrow Learning Log

Class 2 designed and made scarecrows for their Autumn half term project. These scarecrows were made to keep the hungry birds away from our newly planted bulbs in the playground and a lot of thought had gone into how they would stand alone, whether they would be OK outdoors and most importantly…

Posted by Mrs Pelc on 6 November 2020

Category: Class of 2018

Tags: Class 2 Science Design Technology

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Exciting European Volcanoes Work

The children have produced some wonderfully creative learning log homework on European volcanoes.

Some children gave exciting demonstrations of eruptions and other children made fantastic posters and very imaginative and informative fact files.

Well done year 4, you should be proud of your…

Posted by Miss Duckett on 5 November 2020

Category: Class of 2016

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Forces

In Class 5, we are now learning about forces in our science lessons. 

It is a tricky topic, but the children have started off SO well! We explored push and pull forces by having a go at a tug of war. We then drew force diagrams using force arrows to show the strength and direction of each…

Posted by Miss Cammiss on 3 November 2020

Category: Class of 2015

Tags: Class 5 Science

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Outdoor Day

What a fabulous day Class Three have had! We developed our understanding of chronologically, ordering their learning on a timeline. We used chalk to create our own cave paintings and then created Stone Age shelters using natural materials.

 

Posted by Harriet Beaumont on 2 November 2020

Category: Class of 2017

Tags: Science History

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